By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
Defending Belarusian Women’s league champions FK Minsk has accepted a shock 1-2 defeat to visiting Dinamo BDU in match-day four of the women’s top-flight Championship.
The game saw two Cameroonians defenders Alvine Njolle of Minsk and Claudia Voulania Dabda of Dinamo BDU battle on the turf.
The host were stunned as early as the 17th minutes of the game when 19-year-old Belarusian forward Karina Olkhovik put the visitors in front with the first goal of the derby.
The goal was the first conceded by Minsk in four league games in the new season.
The lead away from home for the 2018 women’s league runners-up was a statement of their desire to end Minsk’s close to two years unbeaten run.
18-year-old Cameroonian defender Claudia Voulania Dabda and her mates defended well for Dinamo BDU.
The score stayed at one-nil for the visitors until the half time break.
FK Minsk 0-1 Dinamo BDU
That half time score meant that for the first time this season Minsk didn’t score in the first 45 minutes of a game.
Upon resumption the onus would be on the host to score and prevent another goal if they had to preserve their 21 months unbeaten run.
The host under the guidance of coach Vyacheslav Grigorov needed a goal and played like a team that knew their problem and wanted to solve it. In the 51st minutes of the game, the same lady from Nigeria, Emueje Ogbiagbevha. The big forward scored the equalizer for the host but there was another twist in the sleeves of this encounter.
12 minutes after Emueje equalized, Dinamo restored their lead. Lyubov Shmatko scored what turned out to be the winner for Dabda and co in the 63rd minutes.
For the first time in months, Alvine Njolle and her mates leaked two goals in the domestic championship.
Coach Vyacheslav Grigorov of Minsk reacted by bringing on Ivorian forward, Nadege Cisse in place of Nigerian Chioma Wogu and later Viktoria Tikhon.
Zorgu on their part made a defensive and an attacking change bringing on Anastasia Shlapakova and Daria Stezhko
The score stayed at 1-2 till full time.
FK Minsk 1-2 Dinamo BDU
At full time the joy was overwhelming in the Dinamo BDU camp as just like the same club lastly did on August 24th, 2018, they brought an end to Minsk 21 run unbeaten run in the domestic championship.
Dinamo BGU of Claudia Dabda goes top with 12 points from four games while the defending champions FK Minsk of Alvine Njolle drop to the 3rd position ahead of a trip to 5th-placed FK Bobruinchanka next weekend while Dinamo host 4th-placed Zorku BDU.
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