Malawi's Flames have taken the lead in a match against Rwanda: they are now leading 2-1.
The mood has changed, too; people can afford a smile.
Unlike in the first half, when Malawi played second fiddle to the visitors, things have been different in this second half. The Flames have come with a bang.
Powered by a good record at the artificial Kamuzu Stadium, and the fact that today is a FIFA-sanctioned matches' day, Malawi have come with new ideas, courtesy of coach Kinnah Phiri.
Victor Nyirenda is the man who has inflicted the damage on the Rwandans.
From the eastern terraces at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre, Southern Malawi, Zachimalawi wants to watch on and see what regulation time may bring to the 15,000-plus spectators here gathered.
The red shirts here reflect Malawi's madness for soccer.
Soccer can surely unite.