By Angu Lesley
Football writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon Women’s Guinness Super League outfit Amazone FAP have recorded an emphatic ten goals to one victory in match-day one of the championship with two of the goals scored by Indomitable Lions versatile defender Bengono Catherine.
Fresh from joining FAP during the close season window, Bengono is already having a telling impact.
Led by experienced captain, Ngo Ndom Annette, FAP scored four goals in the first segment of the game before adding six in the second, with just one reply from ASFF Diamare.
Former Under Lionesses of Cameroon midfielder Diane Tchanko put the host ahead barely four minutes into the game, before Catherine Bengono made it two just eight minutes into the contest.
Mana Lamine scored twice, in the 24th minute and the third minute of the first half stoppage time to make it four nil within just 45 minutes.
Five minutes into the second-half, Ousmanou Latifat pulled one back for the visitors.
That goal awaken the spirit of scoring in the FAP girls as barely two minutes upon the interval, Mana Lamine completed her hat trick to make it 5-1 for FAP.
Ngah Manga then stepped up with her first of the afternoon from a successful spot-kick in the 56th minute. Six minutes later she completed her brace by scoring her side’s seventh.
Bengono completed a brace of her own on debut in the 63rd minute but FAP was not done though they were leading by eight goals to one.
Two late goals from Brigitte Yvana Mbomozomo completeed the rout in an afternoon to forget for AS Diamare.
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⚽⚽⚽24′ 45+3 52′ Mana Lamine
⚽⚽ 56(pen)’ 62’Ngah Manga
⚽⚽85 89” Brigitte Yvana Mbomozomo/⚽50′ Ousmanou Latifat
FAP immediately go top of the log after an impressive start to the championship.
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