By Anye Nde Nsoh
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
As reigning champions of the 2020 Cameroon Elite one PWD social club of Bamenda continue to prepare ahead of CAF Champions League in under three weeks, some players have reacted to their first international away win against Libyan giant Al Ahli Tripoli.
The boys of Coach David Pagou swiped passed their opponent in a 2-1 win at the Tripoli international stadium Wednesday 18 November 2020. Goals from Nchindo John Bosco(14th minute) and Ndeh Collins (87th minute).
Following their victory some players of PWD Nchindo John Bosco, Ndeh Collins, Mbah louis have reacted to this.
Nchindo John Bosco
“The game of today was not that easy but all thanks to God that it was a wonderful victory. The goal I scored was my first international away goal for a friendly thank God for the victory.”
“I am a man of my words and I make sure I aways keep to my words. I promised yesterday that coming here, we are coming to win. As I said yesterday we are coming to win, I was very confident and scoring a goal like that is not something new, it is what I have been doing, I give all the glory to God. I feel very happy and excited.”
“The game was a very difficult game but as we know we are always ready for any task ahead of us. So today we have proven ourselves beyond reasonable doubts that we are the champions of Cameroon and we can go very far in the CAF Champions League. This is the second game and we did good today.
Al Ahli is a very good side but we have been working a lot on physicality and resistance, that is what helped us today and we did our best.”
They all told PWD TV.
This is the first away international win for the Abakwa Boys in the over 13 preseason friendlies
PWD will meet South African giants Kaiser Chief in their game opener for the CAF Champions League.
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