By Eyong Macdella
Cameroon International and Lierse-Kempenzonen forward, Serge Tabekou scored one to seal a 3-1 victory for his side over the visitors in Matchday Two of the Belgian D2.
The game played on Sunday, August 21 at the Herman Vanderpoortenstadion stadium, saw the Cameroonian forward scored the third goal for Lierse-Kempenzonen at the 54th minute of play.
Serge Tabekou during a post match interview evaluated his own performance.
“After last week’s defeat, it was important that we now keep the three points at home,” said Serge Tabekou after the game.
“I only signed with Lierse at the end of July and therefore missed a large part of the preparation. Over the past month, I’ve been working hard on my fitness. I’m still not at my peak, but it’s going in the right direction. Give me a few more games to get some rhythm and I’ll be fine”. Copied Actu Cameroun.
“I want to be as decisive as possible here. After an adventure with Manisa in Turkey, Lierse was the perfect stopover for me. when Lierse contacted me, I didn’t hesitate for long.”
“The sports project and the rich history of the club immediately won me over. With the teammates, I hope to be able to achieve the ambition of the board of directors, a place in the top six”he continued.
The first two goals for Lierse came from striker on loan to the club from AS Eupen, Leonardo Miramar Rocha, who scored a brace.
This gave Lierse-Kempenzonen the lead which they kept until the 32nd minute when 17-year-old Chemsdine Talbi pulled one back for the Club NXT who are 11th in the Belgian First Division league.
Tabekou has played two games for Lierse this Season and has just scored his very first goal of the season for the club.
The former Apejes of Mfou player contributed in the game until the 67th minute and was brought out for his Belgian co-forward Nils Schouterden.
Tabekou’s Lierse K are 7th on the League table with three points after loosing her first game of the season against Jong Genk.
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