Nguindjel Cyrille Patrick scored his first brace of the season as Cinyodev FA of Buea overpowered Prisons FC 4-0 in one of Match day one fixture of the South West Regional League of FECAFOOT.

Cinyodev FA took the lead during the early half of the first period when
Fon Calvin header opened scores for the visitors. The goal came in after Prison FC began by mounting enormous pressure on them with goal keeper Molwa Micheal of Cinyodev almost paying dearly for a series of inaccurate back passes.

The game saw a different twist as Cinyodev quickly picked up from their mistakes.

Metuck Graham got loose of Prison’s defenders but could
not get pass goal keeper Njodzeka Tanlaka who was very vigilant.

The situation grow worst after goalkeeper Molwa Micheal was sent off
for getting in contact with the ball with his hand out of the 18 meters box.

Cinyodev FA nearly got a second goal after the referee blew against
Prison following a foul on Kelvin Kabiloh but the well taken free kick
went straight into the waiting hands of goal keeper Molwa Micheal.

The visitors increased tally from a counter attack which led Tangiri
Frankline Yusinyu assist Nguindjel Cyrille Patrick for a second.
The young midfielder found the net once again with a strike sent to the
far right of the goal post which left Tah Clovis concede a second.
The second half was less electrifying than the first. Cinyodev FA created couple of chances but did not make the best out of them.

Their greatest opening being Tanga Maldini’s shot that hit the
woodwork. Cinyodev FA persistent pressure on Prison FC paid off when Tangiri Frankline Yusinyu got a fourth.

MATCH STATISTICS

FIRST HALF
PRISON FC CINYODEV FA
4 SHOTS 8
1 ON TARGET 5
1 YELLOW CARDS 0
1 RED CARD 0
0 FREEKICKS 1
5 FOULS 3
0 OFFSIDE 5
4 CORNERS 5
SECOND HALF
PRISON FC CINYODEV FA
4 SHOTS 6
2 ON TARGET 3
0 YELLOW CARDS 2
0 RED CARD 0
2 FREEKICKS 1
5 FOULS 3
3 OFFSIDE 4
1 CORNERS 4

Speaking after the match to Kick442.com coach Ndip Ben Ntui expressed
satisfaction and praised his players for respecting instructions.

“The guys respected the instructions and all went well. We will work
harder in other to win our next matches. Our objective this year is first of all to qualify for the Mini-interpools, and to represent the South West Region in the Cup of Cameroon”.

Despite the defeat, Prison FC believe that there is still a long way
to go. The club had lost four matches in the South West league last
season but went ahead to top their group.

Emmanuel Beng