By Angu Lesley
Young Boys, Switzerland – Cameroonian forward Jean Pierre Nsame scored a hat trick and set up two more goals as Young Boys Berne punished non league Schoenberg with a 10-1 on Sunday in the Swiss League Cup 16th final clash.
Young Boys erased any hopes of an upset about the chances of the underdogs with an overwhelming attacking display that gave no chance to Schoenberg.
Nsame showed his class in a game of surplus of attacking attacking football.
Andre Jankewitz finished off another example of Young Boys’ exquisite one-touch passing game eight minutes in when Jean Pierre Nsame headed on Chaiwa N. pass.
Young Boys were given a penalty an 18th minute penalty and Nsame converted it.
It will soon be 3-0 for Young Boys in the 28th minute as Nsame scored again to put the game out of the reach.
J Monteiro scored twice in the 40th and 45th minutes in between Nsame’s hat trick goal.
Another goal M Chaiwa made it 7-0 before the break.
At the interval, the game was already dead and burried in favour of Young Boys.
Ugrinic, Benito and Imeri scored three goals in the second segment and only had one reply as the favourites ran away with it.
It been a great start of the season for Jean Pierre Nsame; the forward has scored eight goals and assisted three in 11 games this season.
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