Flames duo of Chawanangwa Kawonga and Schumacher Kuwali seem to be enjoying their game in the Mozambique national league, the Mocambola.
The two strikers helped their respective clubs collect maximum points as they were on target on Sunday.
Kawonga scored a goal for Chibuto FC in their 2-1 victory over Ferroviario De Beira on Sunday.
The former Silver Strikers forward is in his second season after joining Chibuto in 2015.
He has been challenged to perform well this season so that he can join Portuguese sister side FC Tirsense.
Last season Kawonga missed the opportunity of moving to Portugal like compatriot Jimmy Ukonde, who failed to make the grade at Tirsense and returned to Chibuto.
Kawonga said he would put all his energy to impress at his club which is on position eight with seven points.
“I will make it this time around,” said Kawonga.
Kuwali, on the other hand, scored the only goal of the match as Ferroviario de Nampula won 1-0 against Ferroviario De Nacala.
The goal was Kuwali’s third in the Mocambola League which kicked off last month.
The former Blue Eagles marksman has since promised to win the golden boot.
“My wish is to finish as the league’s top goalscorer,” said Kuwali who is in his first season after joining the Mozambique side.
Ferroviario de Nampula are on position seven with seven points from five games.
In other Mocambola games, goalkeeper Charles Swini and midfielder Frank Banda both started as HCB Songo beat Vilankulo 2-0.