By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Indomitable Lions of Cameroon and Young Boys Bern forward Jean-Pierre Nsame has helped his side to a two-nil victory against host Lugano as the Swiss Super League championship games resumed on Wednesday evening.
The forward scored the second as his side scored a goal in either half to record a punished their host.
Lugano made it difficult for the defending champions to put together their usual collection of passes and domination of possession.
Both sides had chances but failed to score in the opening 45 minutes leaving the half-time score as 0-0 but with lots of positives for the visitors to build on.
Christian Fassnacht put the visitors ahead barely ten minutes into the second segment.
Elia Mesack combined with Jean-Pierre Nsame to score the second 20 minutes later ending Lugano’s hopes from getting something from the game.
Potential Indomitable of Cameroon forward Theo Siebatcheu replaced Nsame in the 81st minute when the victory was nearly secured.
The game ended on a two-nil score in favor of visiting Young Boys Bern whose points tally stands at 31 points from 14 games this season.
The back-to-back Swiss Champions are eight points atop second-seeded FC Basel.
The Champions-in-waiting face FC Aurau on the road in their next fixture penciled for this Sunday at the Rheinpark Stadion.
Nsame is his side’s lead scorer in the championship this term with seven goals, two assists from 12 appearances in the Swiss Super League.
The native of Douala top-scored last in the previous season in the championship.
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