Be Forward Wanderers face a huge task to reach the Caf Champions League next round after AS Vita defied predictions his powers are waning with 4-0 victory in the first leg in Kinshansa.

 On a pulsating Sunday afternoon at the Martyrs Stadium, Vita dragged the Nomads into mud with a 3-0 victory in the first half before wrapping it up in style in the second half as they scored another goal.

However, Be Forward Wanderers vice captain Alfred Manyozo jnr said nothing is impossible and insist the battle is still on.

“We were not mature enough in the first leg.We didn’t play badly, but I think we need to be better if we want a good result next week. It is difficult, but nothing is impossible.”

The return leg at the Bingu Stadium will be the hottest ticket in Cup.

“We tried our best but we were not good enough, but come Wednesday we have to be optimistic and positive for the match because l feel we still have a good chance of getting through.”

 AS Vita coach  Jean-Florent Ikwange Ibenge  warned his side to guard against complacency against the Nomads in Lilongwe.

“There is a second leg to come where we will need to play with a lot of intensity. We know it will not be an easy game since Wanderers will be playing at home in front of their home fans.”

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