By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
UMS of Loum have recorded a comfortable 2-0 win against Canon Yaounde im in delayed match-day three game played this Sunday at the Bepanda Omnisport Stadium.
Both sides came into the fixture needing a victory to continue their climb up the table.
The first chance of the game fell to Yann Chris Mpay of UMS but his effort on target was carefully gathered.
Canon had a pair of chances of their own but poor finishing and good goalkeeper from Camille Noah Ombodo was their undoing.
The game stayed on the goalless score till the break but Canon looked closer scoring.
Multiple incursions from the UMS frontline led by Willy Nnameji were stopped by Junior Ngede and co.
A poor outing from goalkeeper Camille Noah Ombodo nearly gave away a goal as his clearance fell to Ngon A Tati. Ngon’s effort went wide.
14 minutes into thr second goalkeeper Camille Noah made a time intervention to stop a clear opportunity for the boys of coach Minkreo Birwe.
Both sides settled into the game with Canon dominating but UMS looked dangerous.
UMS finally had their breakthrough as in the 80th minute Jean Paul Komo Atangana took advantage of a defensive mix up from Canon’s Junior Ngede to score the opener.
As the Kpakum spent time trying to contest the first goal when Willy Stephane Nnameji won a corner and perfectly placed it into the box for Eugene Jordan Essomba to score the second.
The game ended on a 2-0 score in favour of the host thus stopping Canon’s four games winning run.
UMS move up to fourth on the log with 12 points ahead of their next game against New Stars on Wednesday.
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