Cameroon’s second best scorer in national colors since September 2014 and Dynamo Moscow’s new forward Njie Clinton Mua has enjoyed his first few minutes in the colors of his new club.

Clinton watched the first 67 minutes of the Moscow derby from the bench and only came in for the last 23 minutes.

The new Dynamo Moscow number 9 had 16 touches of the ball in 23 minutes. From the very short time on the pitch,he made 11 successful passes.

He was amonsgt the players booked in the hotly contested encounter that ended 0-0 but had 7 yellow cards and a red card.

Njie only resumed training this week, likely the reason why the talented forward had lesser minutes for a start.

There is lots of expectations on the 25 year old giving the recent social media management challenges he has had. His silence on the topical issue of a video that went viral on social media is surely a sign he prefers to talk on the pitch.

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Njie and his Dynamo Moscow team mates are 8th on the log with 5 points from 4 games this season and stay home to welcome leaders and unbeaten Zenit St Petersburg next weekend.

Angu Lesley