sports writer, Cameroon.

Fauve Azur of Yaoundé has overpowered Yaoundé 2 Formation (YAFOOT), 3#0 in a day 14 encounter of the Cameroon league two championship.

It was a new look Fauve Azur under coach Oumarou Sokba who was making his debut in the dugout for the club. Though Sokba and his boys came into the game ranked first from the bottom on the league’s table, they were never frightened by FC Yaoundé 2’s position.

It took just eight minutes of the Sokba era, for Fauve Azur to raise the curtains through former Canon man Emmanuel Kunde Junior who forced his way into YAFOOT’s vital zone, and pounced the ball pass goalkeeper Charles Martial Olinga.

YAFOOT was forced into an early substitution, when Cahill Ntchinda Kom picked up an injury, and was replaced by Severin Sonfack.

YAFOOT threatened on counter attacks, but goalkeeper Israel Kologni Kologni kept his goal post clean. Goal scorer Emmanuel Junior Kunde was taken off injured at the 40th minute, as coach Oumarou brought in Jean Jaures Haman. The latter almost put Fauve Azur two goals up before the break, as his shot hit woodworks.



Coach Oumarou Sokba introduced, Pabane Bebdang into the place Hamadou Abdoul, as both sides struggled to get their feet’s into the game. Lackluster passes and poor finishing characterized most of the second segment.

Coach Pierre Cyrille Bilong of YAFOOT brought in Jean Eyambogo Bindzi in the place of William Ayissi, as his boys desperately searched for an equalizer. But instead, it was Fauve Azur’s super sub, Pabane Bebdang, who send goalkeeper Charles Martial Olinga to back of his net for the second time, to put Fauve Azur two goals up, at the 78th minute.

At the 84th minute, another substitution, Jean Jaures Haman brought goalkeeper Charles Martial Olinga to his knees, before slotting home the third goal for Fauve Azur.

Captain Djibril Armand and his teammates defended commandingly, to secure a 3#nil win for Fauve Azur.



⚽🏃Emmanuel Junior Kunde (9th minute)

⚽🏃 Pabane Bebdang (78th minute)

⚽🏃 Jean Jaures Haman (84th minute)

The victory is just Fauve Azur’s second win this season, and the first for former APEJES gaffer, Oumarou Sokba, since he took over from Joseph Monthe.


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