By Angu Lesley
Football Writer,

Two of the products of the newly created Cameroon National Football Academy, ANAFOOT were scorers in Cameroon’s six nil win over Sao Tome in the second round Under-17 FIFA World Cup qualifiers game played at the military stadium in Yaounde.

Mbianji Suzie made the team’s starting XI and needed just 35 minutes to register her name on the score sheet as she doubled the lead Tabe Brenda had given Cameroon.

She stayed on and constantly put the Sao Tome backline in difficulties.

The product from the Littoral pool of the Cameroon National football Academy is considered to be one of the fine brains in coach Stephane Ndzana’s collection.

16-year-old Elive Larissa on her part came on as a second half substitute. She replaced Mbele Bernadette with 20 minutes of the game left and scored within 60 seconds of her introduction.

She was on the end of a good attacking move from the Cameroon team. She got the sixth goal for the Lionesses. She has been a part of the Limbe pool of students for the national football Academy.

It was a comfortable six nil win on the day and 10 nil aggregate win for the Lionesses.

Looking beyond the results, football authorities in the country especially the ANAFOOT General manager who was amongst the dignitaries on the day were visibly satisfied because “baby” ANAFOOT is already fruits barely two years into full operation.

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