By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon international forward Ignatius Ganago scored again in his second game upon resumption after a three months lay off.
Ganago who started last weekend and scored against Nimes kept his place in the starting block and rightly so as he scored.
Unfortunately, RC Lens suffered 2-1 defeat away to aspiring champions PSG this Saturday though the Cameroonian improved his goals tally.
Neymar put the holders ahead in the 33rd minute before Marquinos made it 2-0 in just before the hour mark.
Ganago pulled one back in the 61st minute but the host held on till the full-time whistle thus picking up the three points on offer.
The 21-year-old forward who joined Lens last summer from OGC Nice has been a big part of the Club’s great season though not without injury problems.
The goal against PSG meant he scored against the capital club for the fourth time in his career and back-to-back this season.
The EFBC graduate counts seven goals plus two assist in 12 league games this season.
The Brasserie Football Academy youth product has already better his personal best in a French League last season and keeps improving on that.
His most prolific season, before this, in the French top flight was the 2019-2020 season in which he scored three goals in 26 league games.
Lens are temporarily fifth on the log with 56 points ahead of their next game at home to OGC Nice.
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