By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
French Ligue 2 FC Niort are enjoying a blistering start to the 2020-2021 season.
The new French Ligue 2 leaders enjoyed a narrow one-nil victory against Le Havre AC in match-day four of the championship.
A 90th minute strike from the 24-year-old Cameroonian midfielder Olivier Michel Kemen was all Niort needed to dispatch 10-man Le Havre AC who had Nolan Mbemba sent off in the 61st minutes.
Olivier was replaced in the 91st minute of the game while compatriot Guy Kilama was booked in the 23rd minutes.
Niort who also had Cameroon duo Darlin Zidane Yongwa Ngameni and Guy Kilama in their defense did all to protect the lead till full-time.
The three Cameroonians had at least 91 minutes each on the pitch helping their side beat Le Havre AC of former Indomitable Lions of Cameroon coach Paul Le Guen.
With three wins and a draw from four games this season, Niort are league leaders, a point better than second-seeded Gronoble with nine points.
Niort host third-placed Paris FC in match-day five on Saturday.
Darling Yongwa and Guy have also been very performant for the Club this season.
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