By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
The Under-17 national selection of Cameroon trained by coach Anicet Mbarga Foe have played a goalless draw in a fourth warm-up game this Friday, January 29 at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Annex 1 Stadium in Yaoundé-Cameroon.
Coach Anicet Mbarga Foe’s boys were creative especially in the final third but a combination of good defending, luck and good goalkeeping bailed the boys from Douala out of the trouble of a defeat.
It took just four minutes of the game for lead striker Adang Mveng to displayed the Lions attacking intent which was manifested all afternoon.
Midfielder Balepa played Mveng one-on-one with the KSA keeper through a brilliant move but unfortunately for Mveng his finishing unhooked KSA.
Captain Simo tried opening the KSA back line six minutes later but the incursion was stopped by the mature Kadji Sports Academy defensive unit.
KSA had a chance of their own minutes later but the move ended in the waiting hands of Cameroon’s Under-17 goalkeeper Ambassa.
The game stayed on the goalless score till the break.
On return for the second segment, both sides made a handful of changes including the introduction of Noh Nafeng Yvan and Mughe on the Lions part to good effect for the neutrals.
Both Under-17 Lions players lifted the tempo of the game through their moves on the ball and the number of chances created.
Unfortunately it wasn’t the best of afternoon for the Lions as sitters to Noh Nafeng, Simo, Adang Mveng and even Mughe were all wasted.
The game ended goalless. A satisfactory results for both sides at least for the sake of the efforts put in by both set of players.
Cameroon’s Under-17 Lions under Anicet Mbarga Foe and his collaborators extend their undefeated and run without conceding to four games ahead of the next friendly scheduled against TAD Sport Academy on Tuesday in Yaoundé.
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