By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, Cameroon
AS Dibamba have on merit recorded their first win in their first outing at the 2019 National Inter-pools.
The tale of the first victory for the Littoral respectative can’t be completely narrated without the input of their lead striker Etienne Fred Ngiladjoe.
The striker gave OBB center back Ulrich Boris a very difficult job in the opening game of the competition.
His aerial ability and link up play with right winger David Kenzo was a major point that the boys of coach Obam Parfait capitalized on.
Ngiladjoe came close to scoring with a one-on-one chance against OBB’s goalkeeper Ngoh Steve Fils in the 33rd minute of the first half but good goalkeeping kept the ball out.
Ngiladjoe will score within the first 10 seconds of the second half to hand the lead to wasteful AS Dibamba. From that moment, his team became a different proposition for OBB.
Ngiladjoe was again involved in the second goal scored by Nanfack Paulidord to give AS Dibamba a winning start.
He was replaced in the 78th minutes by Essama Essama Mathurian.
“I am an experience player, I was brought into this team to help the young players with my experience. We have to stay focus in the competition, we just won but the most important thing is the next game” Ngiladjoe told kick442.com post match.
“I believe OBB needs to work more, we capitalized on their inexperience in the different aspects of the game” Ngiladjoe added.
Coming from a 30 year old striker who has played professional football in France, Belgium, Tanzania, Rwanda and Cameroon, OBB can only work hard and take their chances in the next two games.
AS Dibamba get 3 points and move to the top of Pool A and On Wednesday 28th August, 2019 Olympic FC of Bewoung face Rizierre while Ngaoundere FC challenge AS Dibamba.
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