By Brian Mboh
Football Writer, kick442.com Cameroon
The Indomitable lions of Cameroon have promised more brilliant show outs, prior to their upcoming game on Monday against the Blue Sharks of Cape Verde.
The lions were poised on dishing out to the young Ethiopian squad a good football lesson, by blasting a 4-1 white-washing at the 60,000 Olembe bout, overwhelmingly praised by their die hearted supporters.
“Am happy for today’s brilliant win, it’s true the first half was not really the best for us. And the second half was more decisive , crucial and better as you could see. We succeeded in developing a great game style and showing our quality in scoring more goals. ”
“It’s true Cameroon is a country endowed with great goalkeepers, however am determine to follow the footsteps of Joseph Bell, Thomas Nkono and Alioum Boukar. A task that is very demanding. Well, l will try to do my best while in he national team.”
“Playing at home in front my public and family members, who supported me during the past challenging moments of my career was amazing. And is a great moral booster for me”.
” We shall take on the Cape Verde game like every other game, by offering an impressive and impeccable play style for the loving and die heart supporters of ours”.Andre Onana said
However, the pointless Ethiopian side will be facing the Stallions of Burkina Faso on Monday, after their one nil narrow victory on the Blue sharks. Meanwhile, head coach Antonio Conceicao and boys Group A leaders will clash against Cape Verde in the strive for a third victory consecutively.
Nine of the first 12 games at the African Cup of Nations had ended 1-0 , and there were also two 0-0 draws, so Cameroon’s free-scoring performance brought the tournament some much-needed goals.
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