By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Coton Sport’s left-back Bawak Thomas Etta has indicated that it is a tough team that been given to a tough side like Coton Sport for the upcoming quarter-finals of the competition.
Coton Sport of Garoua will play against Senegalese club ASC Jaraaf at the quarter-finals of the competition after the draws for the competition took place on April 30.
The first leg of the quarter-final matches will be played on the 14, 15 and 16 of May 2021, while the second leg games will come up on 21, 22 and 23 May.
Taking to his Twitter account Bawak Etta stated: “Tough quarter-final draw for a tough Coton Sport squad,” Bawak wrote on Twitter with the power emoji accompanying the post.
— Bawak Etta OFFICIAL🇨🇲 4 (@BawakEtta) April 30, 2021
Bawak Etta has been a mainstay at the left-back position for Coton Sport at the ongoing Confederation Cup. The player has featured in almost all the games for the side in the competition and was part of the team that defeated Napsa Stars 5-1.
Coton Sports finished second in Group B with a total of nine points with the group being won by JS Kabylie. The team won 3 games, and lost the other three, scoring 10 goals and conceded six.
The Garoua-based outfit will face a side in Jaraaf who finished top of Group C with 11 points. In six games played, Jaraaf succeeded in picking up three wins, two draws and a defeat. They scored just five goals and conceded three.
The former DAC2000 full-back has been one of the exciting defenders in Cameroon for the past seasons. The 2015 Cameroon Cup winner and 2016 Elite One Champion with UMS Loum are hoping to cap off a beautiful performance in the competition which might see him bow out with medals on both the CAF Confederation Cup and the Elite One.
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