By Nji Nelson Chefor
Sports Writer, kick442.com Cameroon.
Foncha Street FC of Bamenda have recorded their first win of the season in the Cameroon League Two championship. It took a superb freekick from national interpools top scorer Brilliant Awahmukala for the boys of coach Anumewa Frankline to grab all three points.
The team captain of Foncha Street FC Chianian Terence made his return to the starting XI since match day 3 and his team benefited from the first goal scoring opportunity but the attempt by Njibero Durrell was saved by goalkeeper Kolimba Alladoum of Racing FC.
Racing FC of Bafoussam would then record their first attempt on target at the 17th minute of play via Yannick Ornel Wabo but his shot was saved by Ishaga Berinyuy.
4 minutes later, Dzenyagha Saagi Awah came one on one with goalkeeper Ishaga Berinyuy and his shot went inches off target.
The rest of the first half was void of any goal scoring chances as both teams failed to impress the spectators
The both teams started the second half just like they ended the first.
With no meaningful action at the attack, coach Anumewa Frankline of Foncha Street FC decided to bring in Robert Mbunwe Tawe in place of Ibrahim Nsoyuri. The substitution failed to produce an immediate impact as Racing FC had a chance to open scores but was saved on the goal line by an onrushing defender.
At the 69th minute of play, Foncha Street FC benefited from a free kick at the edge of the penalty area. Free kick was superbly transformed by Brilliant Awahmukala to give Foncha Street FC the lead.
The goal forced coach Gaston Deferre Tempock of Racing FC to conduct his first substitution of the match. Leon Fabrice Apoua and Fokou Auriou came in for Etia Andre Mbeka and Yanike Tenkou but all their efforts were neutralized by a resolute Foncha Street FC defense line maned by team captain Chianian Terence and Ngwa Aristide.
Foncha Street FC 1#0 Racing FC Bafoussam
⚽🏃🏽 Brillant Awahmukala
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