By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Teenage potential Indomitable Lions of Cameroon center-half Christopher Wooh and 23-year old Nigerian Stephen Pius Odey starred in his sides 2-2 draw against in match-day 34 of the 2020-2021 French Ligue 2 championship.
Both players scored a brace in the four-goal thriller which ended on a parity score.
19-year old defender scored a last-gasp equalizer as host AS Nancy survived the scare from the visitors to snatch a point at home.
The game which had little to talk about within the first 44 minutes produced its first goal in the 45th minute when Lagos-born Nigerian forward Stephen Pius Odey opened scores.
Amiens kept the lead till the break but the game was far from over.
Barely a minute after the break, Stephen Pius Odey made it two-nil for the visitors who looked to be in trouble for most part of the game so far.
Christopher Wooh somehow pulled one back for the host in the 60th minute. The goal was his first in the Ligue 2 championship but his night was far from over.
Just when Amiens thought it was truly a wonderful evening, Christopher Wooh scored the second goal in the 93rd minute to make it 2-2.
A product of Puiseux Louvres and Chantilly, Wooh joined AS Nancy in 2018 and continued his apprenticeship which is going good to date.
The 1.90m towering teenager made his debut for the Club in a French cup game in January and since then he has gone on to feature in 13 French Ligue 2 championship games.
Wooh who has received contract offers from Olympique Marseille will be a free agent after the end of the current season but local sources say Marseille officials have tabled a four year contract to the entourage of the former France Under-17 international.
The Louvres-born center-back is still being admired and lured by the French football federation, who will be wishing the player a successful career to enhance chances of making him one of their own in the senior selection.
Wooh is eligible to represent either France by birth or Cameroon by descent.
He expected to nail his colours to the Indomitable fraternity someday in future.
Nancy end the season on the eighth spot while Amiens finished 10th.
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