By Eyong Macdella
Cameroon’s Jonathan Joseph Ngwem scored one in the Egyptian Premier League to see Future FC grab a 2-1 win over Ghazl El Mahalla.
Future FC went head to head with Ghazl El Mahalla at the Al-Salam Stadium Cairo, Egypt,on Saturday August 6,2022.
The former Unisport of Bafang left back, stroke at the 63’ of play after the opener came from his Tunisian teammate, Walid Karoui two minutes to the end of the first segment of the game.
Jonathan assisted Future FC build on their 1-0 away win over Arab Contractors and eventually returned to winning ways after they defeated Zamalek in matchday 27.
Meanwhile her opponent, Ghazl El-Mahalla, failed to impress.
The Cameroonian forward and team are arguably one of the most improved teams this season after being one of the newly promoted teams in the league and having won 14 games, drawn six and lost nine.
Jonathan Joseph, joined the club in 2021 and counts over nine appearances.
For the records, Jonathan and Club have played against Ghazl El Mahalla in 2 matches this season.
Currently, Future FC are 4th placed with 48 points. While
Ghazl El Mahalla occupy the 14th position with 30 points.
However, the 31-year-old earned his first National team call up on October 31st, 2015 where he played a 0-1 loss to Congo.
He also participated in the 2016 African Nations Championship as well as the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations were he clinched the trophy with the indomitable lions of Cameroon.
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