Bate Denis was the only difference between these two in 90 minutes, as he was handed a Christmas gift 9 months before the festive period. The striker reaped his reward in the 38 minute when he followed up a cross from the left hand side, deemed to be the keeper’s ball; goal keeper Enang Elvis got there under no pressure, he had a good height for the goalkeeper, but it was spilled to the feet of a hunting Bate Denis and the forward took advantage to give CUSA the lead.

The two teams that looked like an unstoppable truck last season, are now struggling to grind out results from those they crushed in the 2017/2018 campaign, as CUSA came into the game winless in their last 2, while Continental lost their previous game against EEMSA from a leading position.

Tactically coach Enobi Brandon and Bonwie Lazare put up a master class display but there could only be one winner at the end.

CUSA have found the art of scoring difficult in recent times but who else is better placed to solve this, than their top goal scorer last season? Yes! Molango Oben Robert is back, and played 35 minutes of the second half.

In an interactive discuss with kick442, Coach Samuel Enobi expressed delight “I am happy because my preparations was not the best, but we improve match after “win means CUSA stand second on the log and they are within touching distance of group leaders, EEMSA who where
held to a goalless draw by Buea United

Giovanni Wanneh