By Angu Lesley
Potential Ivorian international Wilfried Kanga twice while Moumie Ngamaleu added a late goal as Young Boys Berne kept their record of a perfect start in the Swiss Super League.
Coach Raphaël Wicky’s side sealed a routine victory on Sunday at the Stade Tourbellion to their attacking duo.
Kanga came into the game in full confidence on the heel of his brace in their 4-0 humiliation of FC Zurich.
It took just two minutes of Sunday’s contest for forward’s Fabian Rieder and Wilfred Kanga to combine and beat goalkeeper Heinz Lindner on goal for FC Sion.
It will soon be 2-0 as the Ivorian made the most of spaces in the host backline.
Sion missed a number of chances before the break but the Young Boys stood their ground till the interval.
Young Boys continued their dominance in the the second segment but it was without the end product in most passage of play.
It was not until the 88th minute, when Moumie Ngamaleu in his second start of the season picked another pass from Rieder to make it 3-0 for the visitors.
The game ended on the 3-0 score, with Ngamaleu lasting the duration while Nsame was subbed on in the 56th minute.
Ngamaleu on his part has had a strong start to the current season.
Young Boys are of the Swiss top-flight championship with six points from two outings, hoping to keep it up when Grasshopper visits them at the Grasshopper at Wankdorf Stadium this month end.
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