By Brian Mboh
Angela Megueyep’s 50th minutes strike played a pivotal role in Lekie FC’s 2-1 narrow edge against Vision Sport of Bamenda on Saturday, in the day two games of the Guinness Super league that took place at the Yaounde Omnisport Annex one Stadium. Lekie’s first goal was scored by Zeutsop Melanie meanwhile, Shalom Makoma scored Vsion’s lone goal.
Day two games of the Guinness Super League fixture pitting Vision Sport of Bamenda against Lekie FC at the Omnisport Annex One pitch, began with an early 10 minutes missed from the Vision ladies through Makoma Shalom in a well executed corner kick that was poorly exploited by Vanilor Milaine. 18 minutes afterwards was Lekie’s opener from Zeutsop Melanie in a15 metres free kick that saw the ball at the back of the net of goalkeeper Lauresse of Vision Sport.
The girls of coach Benoit Otele of Lekie through Megueyep, Massende and Ngambe Ladifatou were more aggressive at the midfield, there by stopping the numerous cross balls from Vision’s Madaki Kezia to reach Lekie’s keeper Kana Geollette playing with much serenity. However, the girls of coach Festus Kuban though more faulty in their play style, succeeded in stopping the beautiful goal scoring chances from Kamayi .
Zeutsop Melanie barely 5 minutes to the end of the first half failed to net a doubler for Lekie FC, following a poor communication between Vision’s Forsuh , Fukuin Odette and goalkeeper Lauresse. But the ball was timely deviated by Modeste off the pitch, so as to free her side from the danger.
The second half resume in favour of the Lekie girls who doubled scores thanks to a brilliant strike from Angela Megueyep at the 50 minutes that saw Vision’s keeper Lauresse wanting with the ball placed at the left side of her cage. Vision after missing her first goal at the 52 minutes from Fukuin, continued creating more scoring chances for herself until the 59 minutes when Shalom Makoma in a hot shot scored for her team.
The Vision ladies became more motivated after scoring their first goal and became more hostile at the upfront through Shalom Makoma and Foncha Nevis who gave the Lekie defenders some tough moments as play continued. The encounter came to an end with Vision Sport grabbing 5 shots on target as opposed to 3 for Lekie.
The Lekie ladies have earned their first victory, after being trashed in their day one outing by FAP in a 2-1 score.Meanwhile, Vision Sport of Bamenda with zero points, is yet to win a game.
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