Aigle Royal of the Menoua, Canon sportive of Yaounde and Panthere sportive of Nde all had good performances in their various day two playoff games over the weekend. The performance of these teams caught the eye of kick442.com reporters and experts who were present in all match venues across the country. In as much as football remains a collective game, some players played key roles for their teams.
Kick442.com team of experts has therefore come up with the best XI of players who distinguished themselves in the second day of playoffs in the league two championship. The team is structured on a 3-5-2 formation.
Aigle came from a goal down, to defeating Bang Bullet 2#1. Manuel Noubissi was instrumental in Aigles comeback, as he ran down the Messiah Boys defense, and got one of his sides two goals in the last five minute of the game. He is paired up front in the team, by Canons Yannick Tagne Wambo. Wambos 23rd minute goal set the agenda for Canon, as they ran 3#0 winners over AS FAP. His pace and power was difficult for the opposite defense to cope with.
The midfield five is made up of Raphael Mbida of Bang Bullet. He scored his sides lone goal against Aigle, and was largely the most active element for the Messiah Boys. He will partner with Henry Atangana of YAFOOT, who scored one of his sides two goals against Dynamo, Franky Obama of Aigle, who was the brain behind Aigles come back, with his creativity at midfield, and quick linkup with attack. Cedric Fotso of Panthere plays in a more advance role. His ability to run up and down the right flank saw him delivering a second minute assist for pantheres goal, and he provided five more crosses in the course of their game against Bamboutos. The midfield is completed by Gael Noukeu of FAP. He was definitely FAPs best player in their dismal performance against Canon. He made some good runs, which gave Romauld Ndzana and Ngede Ngede hard times.
At defense, we have a back three, with Canons Junior Ngede Ngede. He was rock solid at the back, and was not intimidated by the pace of FAPs Herve Eloundou, and later on Frederick Etoum Bang and Emmanuel Che. He is partnered by Pantheres Frank Vicent Kofana, who stood his grounds against Rene Ndi and former league one to scorer, Platini Kaham. The defense is completed by Leopards Captain, Tchami Donatien, who captained his team to their second consecutive playoff win.
Within the sticks, is goalkeeper Patrick Hamadjam of Panthere sportive of Nde. He was instrumental against Bamboutos, making fives crucial saves, though he could not pick up his second clean sheet of the playoffs.
The team is under the Command of Coach Samuel Cyprien Noufessi of Canon, who gets the node for his tactical display against FAP.
Team composed by kick442.com technical team.