By E. M.
Guest Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Prisons FC has defeated Vishi 5-4 on post match penalties after failing to score during the 90mins of play in the second round cup of Cameroon preliminaries game played this Wednesday at the Tiko town Green stadium.
Goalkeeper Sameh Mbolem of Prisons’ was hero as his side as he saved and scored the winning penalty to crown victory for his side after they managed to score all penalty kicks.
Vishi’s lead trainer had to execute his coaching responsibilities out of the technical area because he did not have a license.
The first talking point of the game came in thr third minute when Mboro Collins went down due to a heavy foul on him. That gave Prisons FC an opportunity to test the opposition keeper but Kifuh John wasted the setpiece chance.
Vishi on the other emd followed that with moves around the opposition goal mostly from corner kicks but failed to test the keeper as their efforts went off targets or were properly defended.
At the break, it was goalless but entertaining to the media organs allowed into the stadium.
Early in the second segment, Prisons FC conceded a penalty after Vishi’s Namte Mote was brought down in the box. Unfortunately, Vishi’s Hubert Fouh missed the 11th mins penalty playing the ball wide.
Felix Mbonde of Prisons FC picked up the first yellow card of the game.
Prisons’ gaffer Enang Severin made a pair of substitutions but the score remained unchanged.
Namte Mote of Vishi FC equally earns himself a yellow card just 5mins after referee brought out the first for Prisons FC.
The 90mins of the game ended goalless. The game was decided on penalties which went in favour of Prisons FC as they won by 5 goals to 4 to advance to the next round of the 2021 cup of Cameroon playoffs in the Southwest.
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