17 year old Cameroonian Midfield accelerator Mvoue Steve Regis has been named the best player in the just ended Under 17 AFCON in Tanzania.
The developing genuis Midfielder was picked for the award following an excellent performance in different roles for Cameroon over the course of the tournament.
The Azur FC wonderkid featured in 4 of Cameroon’s 5 games in the tournament as he displayed the natural potentials he inherited from his mother who once captain the Women’s team of Cameroon.
Mostly operating as an attacking Midfielder,Mvoue scored Cameroon’s first goal in the competition and captain his nation in the final after adding two assist to his goal en route to the final.
Man of the match for his goal and assists against Guinea in the opening group game.
Mvoue can boast of 358 minutes of football in the competition and leaves for the second time with a trophy after winning the top scorer award in the Qualifiers tournament last year in Equatorial Guinea and been named in the team of the tournament in the 2019 FERWAFA & BINEWA Sports Management tournament in Rwanda.
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