By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon’s Taddeus Nkeng Fomakwang was on target for Olimpik Donetsk as his side lost 2-1 on matchday 16 of the Ukrainian Premier League played on Sunday. This was the first professional goal of the former protégé of Ecole de Football Brasseries du Cameroun.
In a 4-4-1-1 formation by Coach Igor Klimovsky, Taddeus Nkeng sat just behind striker Ibrahim Kargbo. The two were charged with getting the goals and possible victory for Olimpik Donetsk after losing their last two games.
Taddeus scored the equalizer at the 21mins against FC Minaj who had taken the lead at the 13mins through Anatoly Nuriyev, who will end up being sent off at the 85mins.
Taddeus returned to his side after he was suspended for their last game against SC Dnipro-1. Taddeus received a red card against Dynamo Kiev and he was forced to miss his side’s 2-0 lost against Dnipro-1.
Despite the equalizer from Nkeng Taddeus FC Minaj succeeded in taking the lead at the 45mins through Anatoly Nuriyev, as he scored his second goal of the game.
The defeat left Olimpik Donetsk at the 8 spots with 17 points. The tea will next be in action on March 6 against Shakhtar Donetsk who is second on the table.
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