By Angu Lesley

Football Writer,

Dynamo FC of Douala have punished AS FAP to a one nil defeat in match-day 19 of the Cameroon League two championship in Limbe.

Dynamo FC of Douala starting XI against AS FAP

Both sides started slowly and failed to create any meaningful goal mouth action in the first seven minutes of the game.

The next 10 minutes of the game went by with FAP’s Victor Belinga forcing a 20th minute save from goalkeeper Kome Nathaniel Akwe who pushed the ball directly to Guy Bertrand Dinga but the forward opted to go down after feeling a contact and referee Chenwi Celestine waved play on.

Thierry Stephane Aynul tasted the goalkeeping abilities of Kome Nathaniel Akwe from a 25 meter set piece but the keeper was equal to it.

A fine 33rd minutes run from captain Yvan Sinkot lacked an efficient cross squandering a chance to test goalkeeping Rodrique Yakam.

Captain Thierry Stephane Aynul tested goalkeeper Kome Nathaniel Akwe with a long range drive but the steady keeper was equal to it and gathered it.

Kome Nathaniel Akwe was called to action again in the 38th minutes when a fine through from the midfield nearly played in Evrad Beyong.

The score will stayed zero all till the referees sent the team to the changing room for the half time break.

Second Half

Just like in the first segment, FAP started as the better side in the second segment. They dominated possession in the first five minutes but efficient defending and steady goalkeeping from Kome Nathaniel Akwe stood between FAP and the lead.

Dynamo FC took control of the next 15 minutes, the boy of coach Jean Pierre Muth better and in the 65th minutes they had a good chance to test goalkeeper Rodrique Yakam but the poor cross from Ola Ola Yannick wasted the opportunity.

An excellent Gilbert Cedric Nonga strike from outside the box at the 80th minutes left goalkeeper Rodrigue Yakam of FAP planted on the spot as Dynamo took the lead.

The lead put FAP in a situation to score if they had plans to return to Yaounde with a point. The spaces created by their all attacking mindset nearly gifted a second goal for Dynamo but Jeremie Ndedy and Yvan Sinkot couldn’t make the most of an 87th minute space in behind plus a goalkeeping error to make it two nil.

The game stayed on the one nil score till full time leaving the tenths of Dynamo fans present in full celebration at full time.


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