Kick442.com experts and consultants have given the node to Feutcheu’s shot stopper and Captain, Eric Sadjo, as he helped his team pick up their first win of the playoffs, which was accompanied by his first clean sheet in the playoffs.
Our experts have gone in for a back three, made up of Enoh Loiuz, Ngweni Ndasi Denis and Orian Jores Nlend . Enoh Loiuz for the second week running, has been commanding in PWD’s back three, and put up a great showing against an aggressive astres Sunday, as they shared the spoils. For Ngweni Ndasi, he had a formidable partnership in Cotonsport’s center back together with Bienvenu Banga, but Ndasi stopped Ekolo Malolo and Roche Foning Tazon expertly, in a game that ended 1#1. Orian Jores Nlend helped New Stars keep a clean sheet in their 3#0 bashing of Unisport, to take their survival battle to the last playing day.
Our four man midfield, has Nicolas Abanda Koa of Union de Mouvement sportive of Loum. He once again commanded the Midfield, in a rather disappointing game for UMS, who failed 0#1 to APEJES. Also, Acha Acha Leonard of New stars has been picked, following his performance against Unisport. He missed a penalty in that game, but got one of his sides three goals in that game. They are joined by Lionel Ntebeu of FOVU, who lead all the offensive against Union. Also, Tchamda Romeo of Astres for the second week running,has been outstanding at right back for Astres. His runs up and down the right flank, gave PWD all sorts of headache.
Our attack line is anchored by three men who were all on target for their clubs. Junior Garhagne lead the way for Feutcheu’s first win of the Playoffs, with his 12 minutes goal. He remained very active through out the game. From the flanks, Gerard Tamukong of Dragon was a deadly element for the Cha Cha Cha boys and a complete nuisance to Cotonsport’s back four. His runs on and off the ball,paid off with a fine header in the second half, to put the match on a parity. Our forward line is complicated by Ajeh Calistus Akoh of Apejes, who scored his sides lone goal in their win over UMS. For the second weekend running, he has scored decisive goals for APEJES, after he did same last week, against Dragon.
Sokba Omarou of APEJES leads the team, following one of those his tactical masterpiece against UMS.
N:B: This is selected by our team of experts and consultants