By Boris Esono N
Football Write kick442.com-Cameroon
It was a master class put up by Vishi SA as the side opened the Fako Divisional League in the best possible way. A brace from Clovis Dorh and a goal each from Fowa Veron and Echi Egbe ensured that the team defeated Destiny Restoration FC 3-0 at the inaugural game of the Fako Divisional League this Sunday, April 4 at the Tiko Town Green Stadium.
In a windy but sunny Tiko Town Green Stadium, both Destiny Restoration FC and Vishi SA knew they had to get off to the best possible way if they are to keep their ambition alive of making it into the Regional League.
It did not take long for Vishi SA, who participated in this year’s qualifiers for the Cup of Cameroon, to get off to the best possible start. Just 4mins into the game they took the lead through Fowa Veron through a beautiful strike. This was the first goal of the new campaign and the first for Veron this year.
The goal took Destiny Restoration FC by surprise and was on the back foot. Their first meaningful opportunity came at the 7mins as Aigbe Rodney’s strike went just wide from the goal post. The side had several chances but the defence of Vishi SA was too strong.
Vishi SA slowly mounted the pressure to Destiny Restoration FC with Clovis Dorh getting the second goal of the game at the 8mins. The goal came after Fowa had guided the ball that fell to Clovis who powered the ball into the net.
At the 23mins Andrew Akama almost pulled one back for Destiny Restoration FC. He calmly slotted the ball past the on-coming goalkeeper Samuel only for the ball to go wide of the post. Goalkeeper Samuel was then called into action at the 25mins as he produced a superb save to keep the score in their favour.
With the break on the horizon, Visha then added a third goal. Clovis Dorh scored his second goal of the game at the 45+2mins with an assist from Nange Moto. That was the last kick of the game as both sides headed into the break with Vishi SA leading 3-0. Nange Moto, Landry Kom, Hubert Fouh were excellent for Vishi I the first half providing most of the opportunities for the side.
The second half began more promising for Destiny Restoration FC who had the best chances at the beginning of the second segment. Asere Ndonwie had a chance at the 60mins but his effort went just wide from the post. The player will then score at the 61mins but the referee ruled it offside.
Jasmin Nkongho then had another chance for Destiny Restoration FC but his freekick was saved by goalkeeper Samuel on to the crossbar and out. Destiny slowly picked up the pace in the second half but still could not get a goal down 12mins remaining in the game.
Vishi SA seemed to have dropped the pace in the second half. The team though mastered some vital opportunities to extend their lead. Clovis came close to getting his hattrick but the chance did not materialise.
Echi Egbe the made sure that there is no way back for Destiny Restoration FC as he scored the fourth goal for Vishi SA. He had just been brought in for the second half and paid the coach’s favour bestowed to him.
It should be noted that both Destiny Restoration FC and Vishi SA are lodged in Pool B of the championship alongside Rising Stars and Southwest United FC.
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