By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Possible Indomitable Lions of Cameroon forwards Jordan Theo Siebatcheu and Jean Pierre Nsame played telling roles as their Swiss Super League outfit FC Young Boys Bern fought back to claim a point at St Gallen in Sunday’s domestic championship game played at the Stade de Swiss.
Nsame scored the equalizer in the second segment of the game with 62nd minute penalty after E Yohan had given the host a lead in the 9th minute of the first segment.
Theo Jordan Siebatcheu who started on the bench came on in the 61st minutes, replacing Jean Pierre Nsame to good effect.
Theo provided the assist for Elia Meshack to score the second goal for the defending champions in the 82nd minute, eight minutes after Victor Ruiz had restored their lead.
The game ended on a 2-2 score leaving both sides with a point which couldn’t have been so without the involvement of the Cameroonian trio in Young Boys’ team.
Nicolas Moumie Ngamaleu played a part for the boys of coach Gerardo Soane.
Nsame was booked in the 31st minute and replaced in the 67th minute while Ngamaleu lasted the duration of the encounter.
Nsame’s latest goal is his 13th in the Swiss Super League championship and takes his season tally to 20 plus five assist in 31 games.
Young Boys must quickly switch their attention to their midweek assignment in the UEFA Europa League against Ajax Amsterdam of Andre Onana.
The men from Bern enter the second-leg round of 16 game with a three goals deficit created last week in Amsterdam.
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