By Muambo Edward 

Football Writer, – Cameroon

Paul Le Guen’s Le Havre had a walk in the park against Chateauroux with an emphatic 0-3 away win in match-day 27 of the French Ligue 2.

Potential Indomitable Lion Eric Junior Dina-Ebimbe climbed off the bench to put the icing on the cake.

The 19-year-old was introduced at the 87th minute to take the place of their Zimbabwean forward Tino Kadewere, scorer of their first goal at the 4th minute.

Dina-Ebimbe scored a 90th minute penalty for Le Havre’s third and final goal of the game. Jamal Thiare had doubled their lead at the 14th minute.

19-year-old Eric Junior Dina-Ebimbe who is on loan at Le Havre from PSG scored his third goal in 25 league appearances this season. He is also credited with an assist.

The win takes Le Havre to sixth on the log with 41 points, six behind fifth placed Clermont. Chateauroux are 15th with 31 points.

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