By AFESEH APONG
Sports writer kick442.com, Cameroon.
FONCHA STREET FC of Bamenda has suffered a disappointing 3#2 defeat in the hands of A.S FAP of yaounde, in one of day 17 games of the Cameroon league two Championship.
The encounter played at the FECAFOOT Technical Center in Odza, saw the Northwest outfit succumb to FAP, in a game marred by refereeing controversies.
It took FAP just 16 minutes of play, to open scores, when Guy Bertrand Dinga capitalized on a defensive mix up from Silus Nginyu Mungala and his mates, to send Goalkeeper Franklin Shalanyuy to the back of his net.
Foncha Street showed no signs of coming up with a reply anytime soon, and their shaky defense gave way for Belinga to put FAP two goals up, at the 25th minute.
Jean Claude Laimo gave Foncha Street hopes, when his 33rd minute effort got Goalkeeper Christian Aristide beaten, but Silus Nginyu Mungala’s poor challenge on Asako at the 43rd minute, gifted FAP at penalty, which Guy Bertrand Dinga converted for his second goal of game, and the third for FAP. The penalty incident brought in lots of Controversies, as Central referee Tchouta Paul Alain pointed to the penalty spot, but his assistant, ABBO Edmond who was closer to the action, kept his flag down.
The two sides returned to the dressing room, with FAP fully in command of the game.
FAP 3#1 FONCHA STREET
Coach Armand Bomono of Foncha Street, injected fresh blood earlier in the second half, with the likes of David Koffi and Vofack Bright coming in to replace Abdeue Atek and Paul Fulbert Batenken respectively.
More incidents occured in the course of the game, where Foncha Street felt cheated by the referee’s, forcing them to halt the match, and write a complain against the quality of officiating.
75 minutes on, Jean Claude Laimo again drew one back for FONCHA STREET, to put the scores at 3#2. Coach Armand Bomono’s last ditch attempt to get a much needed equalizer, saw him replacing the hitherto static Constantine Che, with Ibrahim Nsoyuri, but his team failed to exploit the glaring opportunities they had towards the end of the game.
FAP 3#2 FONCHA STREET
The defeat keeps FONCHA STREET at the bottom of the league’s table, as they continue to search for their second win this season. Their lone win this far, was against Racing of Bafousssam, in Bamenda.
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