Gabrielle Aboudi scores in CSKA 2-2 draw

By Angu Lesley 

Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon


CSKA ladies winger Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene is having the time of her life in Moscow.

The 31-year-old Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon skipper has taken her goal contribution for the season to four goals following her late strike this Tuesday evening in match-day three of the Russian Women’s Premier League.

Onguene who scored a brace in her last outing last weekend handed the defending champions a 17th minute lead against visiting Krasnodar thanks to an inch perfect pass from Julia Pleshkova.

Aboudi buzzing with confidence since the start of the season with two of her goals voted best goal and runners-up for best goal of the week with a constant menace to the Krasnodar defense department.

CSKA with their perfect start of the season failed to protect the lead till the half time break.
Polina Organova leveled scores with a 34th minute strike.

The score stayed at 1-1 till the half-time but with the host dominating in most aspects of the game.

Upon resumption, both sides were keen on winning it, at least as manifested by their attacking desire though CSKA Moscow was more daring.

Elena Kostareva surprisingly made it – 12 for the visitors in the 66th minutes.
Nadezhda Smirnova of CSKA Moscow retored parity three minutes later.

Unfortunately for Aboudi and her mates they couldn’t find a winner in the last 11 minutes as Krasnodar held on for a point.

Aboudi lasted the entire game.

It was a disappointing outing for the defending champions wgo drop points for the first time this season.

CSKA Moscow have now picked up 7 points from a possible 9 points this season and remain leaders of the championship.


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