By Angu Lesley
Despite playing with just ten players all afternoon, OFTA of Kribi succeeded to play a 2-2 draw this Saturday against Bamboutos of Mbouda in Match-Day three of the Cameroon Elite One championship.
Leprat Manyo scored on of the goals for the Ocean boys who succeeded to secure a point despite being a man less for the second game this term.
Manyo who had already scored earlier in the season.
Both sides failed to find the back of the net in the opening 45 minutes of the fixture but came to the party after the break.
Kemajou Junior put Bamboutos FC ahead from the penalty spot in the 65th minute at the Bamendzi but it only took twelve minutes for OFTA to reply.
Teenage sensation Manyo Leprat succeeded to break the solid Bamboutos defense in the 65th minute to score the equalizer.
Bieleu restored Bamboutos’ lead two minutes later but a late goal from Marc Bolende meant the game ended on a parity score.
OFTA deprived of a player from the moment of Munya Benjamin’s first half expulsion thus pick another point thanks to a Manyo contribution.
The young forward also scored against New Stars to earn a point and is the first player in the history of the club to score in the top-flight championship.
Kemajou’s latest strike is his second of the season as he starts another charge towards the Golden Boot award he won last season after multiple failures.
Manyo, ex player of Jeunesse Sportif Saint Julio has already shown signs of being one of the chasers of the Golden Boot this season.
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