By Nji Nelson Chefor
Sports writer, kick442.com Cameroon
Aigle of Moungo of the Littoral region and Victoria United of the South West region have played a virgin all tie in Matchday 2 of Pool B in the 2022 Interpools ongoing in Limbe.
Both teams used the opening quarter of the match to try to impose their play style.
Aigle of Moungo recorded the first shot of the match at the 5th minute of play through Bello Ahmadou. However, his shot was off target.
Yannick Eyong Ashu of Victoria United also came close to scoring in the 19th minute of play but his shot went inches off the goalpost guarded by goalkeeper Martin Sone Laurice of Aigle of Moungo.
In the 38th minute of play, Victoria United were forced to conduct the first substitution of the match when one of their standout players Yannick Eyong Ashu was stretched off the pitch. He was replaced by Midodo Chiani Njemoh.
Both teams continued to mount the pressure on each other but they all failed to score in the first half.
At the start of the second half, coach Dimitar Pantev conducted the second substitution of the match as he brought in Ashu Cerezo Saibo in place of his team captain Mbuh Paul.
Bello Ahmadou and Zachee Benjamin created some opportunities for Aigle of Moungo but they failed to score.
Victoria United cane close to scoring in the 61st minute of play as a shot from Midodo Chiani Njemo was stopped from going in by the goal post.
At the 73rd minute of play, Victoria United recorded another shot on target. Bisong Tanyi Jeff’s strike was saved by goalkeeper Martin Sone of Aigle.
At the blast of the final whistle, both sides failed to find the curtain raiser in the match.
Victoria United remains top of Pool B with 4 points while Aigle of Moungo picks up their first point in their first match.
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