By Angu Lesley
Sports Writer,kick442.com Cameroon
TKC of Yaounde is currently enjoying their best run in the Cameroon League 1 championship for many years.
The five times champions of the competition are currently on a run of 10 games with defeat, the best run for any side in the division this season.
Since their 2-1 defeat away to to Fovu and at home to USD on the 20th and 23rd of November 2019,the club has gone on to win five of their games and recorded a draw in five.
The run started after a 1 nil defeat at home to Union Sportive of Douala on 23rd of October. The defeats led to a change of coach from Djob Jacques to Sylvanus Nguekep. This was followed by virgin draws against Colombe, Panthère and Canon.
Then Gael Gregoire Nkama started scoring with his brace in a 2 nil win against AS Fortuna.
Nkama helped Ngankam Sylvanus side pick a point in a 1 all draw away to PWD in Bamenda before traveling to Limbe to beat Bamboutos FC by 2 goals to 1 and later settled for a virgin draw at home to Feutcheu FC.
Since then one nil victories against Stade Renard, Eding Sport de la Lakie and Yong Sport Academy with goals from Nkama in all but the last game has seen TKC ascend to the 2nd spot on the log with 20 points from 12 games.
Colombe 0-0 TKC
TKC 0-0 Panthère
Canon 0-0 TKC
TKC 2-0 Fortuna
PWD 1-1 TKC
Bamboutos FC 1-2 TKC
TKC 0-0 Feutcheu
TKC 1-0 Stade
Eding Sport de la Lakie 1-0 TKC.
TKC 1-0 YOSA
They have kept 8 clean sheets, scored 8 goals and conceded 2 goals in that run.
Five of the goals in that time have been scored by Gael Gregoire Nkama is leads by example as captain of the club with 5 of their 9 goals scored this season.
TKC may not not be listed amongst the contenders but their form this campaign has been simply amazing.
Only time know how far they can go but Cotonsport of hold the run of the longest unbeaten run in the last decade. They went 21 games without defeat en route to winning the 15th title under Ebwelle Bertin in 2018.
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