By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, Cameroon 

CameroonFrancis Elimbi has acknowledged Colombe of Dja players are under pressure to win matches because they are also interested in getting the champions feelings.

Speaking after his side’s three nil defeat away to Fovu of Baham, Elimbi focused on the game amongst other issues.

“It was a bad day, nothing went our way today. We had chances but the ball didn’t fall kindly for us. We accept the defeat and move on.

The defeat is Colombe’s second in a row and as a consequence they have lost their top spot to Cotonsport of Garoua despite having the same number of points.

“Pressure always exists in football, it is normal winning is the best thing in football. So we go into every game planning to win. We will keep working with the same objectives. As a team we want to be Champions of Cameroon, and individually I want to finish as the lead scorer in this championship. The race is quite open with nine games left”.

Elimbi has scored seven goals in 12 appearances this season.

APEJES of Mfou is Colombe’s next opponents this Thursday in Yaounde.

The 2017 golden boot winner will be key to his club’s success if they have to go all the way and land their first league one title.

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