A goal by Nigerian striker Saviour Fidelis three minutes in the second half enabled Mosta to register a second consecutive win as they beat Qormi 1-0 at the Victor Tedesco Stadium. A win which enables Mosta to join Valletta and Pembroke Athleta as the only teams with maximum points from two matches.
Qormi, on the other hand, remain anchored at the bottom of the table without any points along with Floriana, Sliema, St. Andrews and Naxxar.
Kurt Magro made his debut for Qormi while young goalkeeper Andreas Vella was named in the starting line-up by coach Jesmond Zerafa.
Mosta cored the all-important goal early in the second half when off a cross by Fredrick Abel, Saviour Fidelis anticipated a defender to hit home past Vella.
MOSTA Omar Borg, Tyrone Farrugia, Manolito Micallef, Osa Guobadia, Dyson Falzon (70′ Edile Micheletti), Yau Hassan, Saviour Fidelis (79′ Abdulmalik Mohammed), Samuel Chukwide, Ryan Grech, Fredrick Abel, Ian Zammit (75′ James Brincat).
Subs not used: Yenz Cini, Kyle Frendo, Isaac Galea, Mark Brincat.
Coach: Anton Cremona
QORMI Andreas Vella, Alessio Cassar, Billy Berntsson (41′ Pietro Viggiani), Noah Olawole Ojuola, Emerson Vella, Steve Agius, Clifford Gauci, Carlo Gordon Monti, Joseph Chetcuti (83′ Juan Carlos Vieira Peixoto), Kurt Magro (69′ Gilmore Azzopardi).
Subs not used: Jean Matthias Vella, Karl Sciortino, Shamison Zammit, Joshua Barbara.
Coach: Jesmond Zerafa
Referee: Alan Mario Sant
Assistant Referees: Roberto Vella, Luke Portelli
Additional Assistant Referees: Andre Arciola, Philip Farrugia
Fourth Official: David Castillo
Yellow Cards: Fidelis, Zammit
BOV Player of the Match: Manolito Micallef