By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon’s gaffer of the intermediate selection currently participating in the 2020 African Nations Championship has expressed satisfaction about the point picked up against Mali this Wednesday in the second fixture of the tournament against Mali.
“Mali deployed a very good team. A very collective team with good individual qualities that put us in difficulties. We had a strategy to well against this team but unfortunately we concided”.
One the absence of Jacques Zoua Daogari, the coach revealed that the player was ruled out by an injury.
Banga Solomon Bienvenue scored his second goal of the tournament to give Cameroon a sixth minute lead before Issiaka Samake leveled matters minutes later to earn a point for the Malians.
Quizzed on his side’s strength in the attacking third and the absence of goals from his forwards, coach Martin Ndtoungou Mpile.
“Our aim was to win the game and qualify Cameroon for the quarter-final but the Malian defense was good. We will analyze our team and seek solutions for the Burkina Faso game,” coach Ndtoungou concluded.
Being one of just two coaches to help Cameroon graduate from the group stage of the African Nations Championship, coach Ndtoungou has a simple equation of getting at least a draw from recovering Burkina Faso on Sunday to qualify for the knockout stage of the competition.
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