By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Young Boys Bern, Switzerland (AP) — Cameroon’s Jean Pierre Nsame unlocked Sion’s defense with a goal and an assist to finally give Young Boys Bern a much-needed victory over a struggling Sion on Sunday.
Nsame’s vision, Nicolas Ngamaleu’s speed and finishing touch, and a defensive performance that Gerardo Soane should be proud about marked the 3-0 win in Sion.
The victory took the defending Champions points tally to 60 points from 27 games, 22 points better than second placed FC Servette.
Equally as important, the victory boosted Young Boys’ chance of accumulating a run of wins.
Young Boys Bern struggled during the past two months failing to win six of their past eight games.
Until its strong showing at the Stade Tourbillon and their win against St Gallen before the international break, Young Boys looked to be struggling.
Jean Pierre Nsame opened the scoring in the 86th minute when M. Aebischer played him clear on a quick attack to end Sion’s excellent defensive performance all afternoon.
M Spielmann converted a 90th minute penalty to make it two-nil before Nsame played in Ngamaleu to score the third a minute later. The game ended on a three-nil score for the visitors.
27-year old Nsame has scored 14 goals and provided six assists in 22 games this season while Ngamaleu who is a year younger has scored twice and provided three assists in 23 games in the championship.
Young Boys face St Gallen in the Swiss cup and League next.
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