By Nji Nelson Chefor

Sports Writer, kick442.com

 


Foncha Street FC have been held at home to a one all draw by visiting Stade Bertoua in one of day 15 matches of the Cameroon League Two championship.

FIRST HALF

Coach Armand BOMONO OMBIOYO went for experience and youthfulness as he named his first starting XI at home.
The first 10 minutes of the match had nothing to ride home about.

At the 13th minute of play, Brilant Awahmukala recorded the first shot on target with a sublime free kick saved by goalkeeper Narcisse Menkoue.

Stade FC of Bertoua

8th minutes later, Vofack Bright of Foncha Street FC had another shot target and from the resulting corner kick, Acha Aristide Ngwa delivered the cross that was well headed by Jean Claude Laimo Serkwi to give Foncha Street FC the lead.

Stade Bertoua would then improve in their game with Jean Bosco Ngambombi being the most dangerous player up front for Stade Bertoua but all their attacking moves were stopped by the defense line of Foncha Street FC.

At the 39th minute of play, Jean Claude Laimo Serkwi had another shot on target which was saved by goalkeeper Narcisse Menkoue.

SECOND HALF

Upon resumption of the second half, Foncha Street FC recorded the first shot at goal that went off target. Stade Bertoua imposed their play style as they forced Foncha Street FC to defend.

At the 67th minute of play, the ever attacking Jean Bosco Ngambombi in a one-on-one move went pass Moses Azinwi and delivered a cross that Chianian Terence diverted into his own pole making it one goal on either side.

The goal awakened the attacking prowess of Foncha Street FC as Awallu Salle, Jean Claude Laimo Serkwi and Vofack Bright all saw their shots saved by goalkeeper Narcisse Menkoue.

FULL TIME
Foncha Street FC 1#1 Stade Bertoua
⚽🏃Laimo Serkwi
⚽🏃 Chianian Terence(OG)

The draw takes Foncha Street FC to 11 points in the league table. They will still be at home next week against Dynamo of Douala.

 


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