By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Indomitable of Lions Cameroon and Young Boys of Bern forward Jean Pierre Nsame was on target again for his Swiss Super League outfit this Sunday as they picked another three points against FC Servette.
Nsame started for the host at the sharp point of the attack while Gael Ondoua watched from the bench for FC Servette.
The lethal finisher displayed his class again by being involved in one of his side’s two goals in the matchday 21 fixture.
Nsame scored in the 41st minutes of the game after defender Steve Rouiller had put the ball pass his own keeper barely four minutes into the game.
Coach Gerardo Soane’s side took a two-nil advantage into the dressing room at the break and looked solid all round.
Upon resumption, Young Boys dominated the game though failing to take their chances.
Gael Ondoua was introduced in the 71st minute but he couldn’t do a thing about the final score of the game.
It ended on a two-nil score in favor of the host and holders of the league title.
Nsame lasted the duration of the game.
Nsame is his Club’s lead scorer in the league this term as he has scored 12 goals and assisted three in 17 appearances in the league.
In all, the 27-year old has 19 goals to his credit and assisted three in 26 games this season.
Young Boys are 18 points atop in the Swiss Super League ahead of their Europa League fixture away at Bayer Leverkusen on Thursday and to FC Luzern of compatriot Tay-Williams in the weekend.
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