By Angu Lesley
Vincent Ngondi’s wonder strike from out of the the penalty area in their CAF Confederation cup game on Saturday at the Kouekong Stadium may not have been enough to give the Abakwa Boys the desired result in their return to the CAF Confederation Cup but it had some piece of his about it.
Ngondi’s 18th minute goal on the day PWD returned to the Confederation was the club’s first ever goal in any CAF intetclub game since the 2004 season in which the Northwest outifit faced the likes of TP Mazembe and Esperance of Tunis.
Elgeco found a way to cancel the advantage later in the game, thus leaving the tie quiet open ahead of the second-leg game in Antannarivo -Madagascar.
Besides the referee taking his name for a booking challenge during the game, Ngondi’s name will be taken down in the hearts of fans as the man who ended their jinx of not scoring in the competition.
To be fair to the club, they have only participated in three edition of the competitions during that time.
Ngondi is off to a perfect start to his third season with the Abakwa boys and his performance will certainly be telling for Martin Nkabyo’s team.
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