Salome Nke Noah Ghyslaine of Equatorial Guinea during the Olympic Qualifier 2nd Leg match between Equatorial Guinea and South Africa on 18 October 2015 at Estadio De Bata Pic Sydney Mahlangu/ BackpagePix

By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, Cameroon

Equatorial Guinea international Salome Nke Noah Ghyslaine, 30 of Malabo Kings scored one of two goals to give her side a 2 nil win over San Pedro de Ebebiyin in their second 2019 title playoffs game in Equatorial Guinea.

The Malabo Kings captain has found her scoring boots this term, her recent strike is the 16th this campaign as her club and the player continue to yield the fruits of her switch from a defender to an attacking midfielder.

Salome broke into the opponents half in an exceptional solo run that started from a defensive action in her own half before putting the ball pass her opposing goalkeeper to double her side’s lead 41 minutes into the game.

The Malabo Kings girls protected their two goals lead till the end.They have registered a first on the pitch win in this year’s title playoffs in Equatorial Guinea.

Malabo King’s  starting XI on the day

The Kings won their first game of the playoffs by forfeiture due to the absence of their opponents.

Captain Salome and her team mates have a tough task this Saturday when they face Super Leonas in their third game of the competition.

Five times participant in the AWCON, 3 times finalists with two winners Medal obtained in 2008 and 2012,the Cameroonian born Guinean defender has the to experience and success story to help her team to the 2019 title.

Should Salome win the title, it will be her 14 title in a very successful football career.

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