By Muambo Edward 

Football Writer, Cameroon

25 year old Cameroon defender Alvine Njolle Ngondja Played the entire game in defense for Belarusian team FC Minsk who defeated Swiss outfit FC Zurich in their first leg game of the knockout stage of the UEFA female Champions League.

The Cameroon defender helped her team keep a clean sheet in a round of 32 first leg game of the UEFA Champions League against FC Zurich.

They now have a 1 nil advantage to protect before the second leg on Thursday September 26, 2019 in Switzerland.

FC Minsk are currently top of the Belarusian female top flight league table with 48 points ahead of Zorka-BDU on 40 points after 16 playing days.

Apart from having an eight points difference with Zorka, they have scored 129 goals this season while Zorka has managed just 80.

Minsk have won their last five league games and look to be running away with the domestic league title for a seventh consecutive season in Belarus.

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