- Authentic Ladies beat the title holders 4-2 at the packed Bepanda Omnisport stadium
- Shalom joined three debutants Nana O, Ngo Billong and Kiki Meva on the score sheet for the hosts
- It is Authentic’s second win against Lekie Filles in five meetings since their promotion
- Shalom says the winner could put them on to a great season
Authentic Ladies skipper, Tim Shalom Nakoma Ngam has expressed her joy following their sensational match day 1 4-2 victory over reigning Guinness Super League champions on Saturday at the Bepanda Omnisport Annex stadium.
The 21-year-old played a pivotal role in the match, scoring his side’s second goal 16 minutes after Oceane Nana had scored against her former club within a minute of kick-off.
Ngo Billong and Kiki Meva netted a goal each befire Ekoume and Ngah Manga scored late but Authentic Ladies had done enough to secure a dramatic win for the Douala girls.
Shalom was particularly pleased to see many of her team mates score and praised the team’s extraordinary effort in the final third. Speaking to kick442.com after the match, Shalom said, “It was mad. I don’t know what happened, but the team did so well in the end and scored a great goal, and we got the win. All the games are like this now, and we have to be prepared to play our hearts out. We did great, and I am very pleased to win.”
Shalom has seamlessly begun with her impressive form from last season, already finding the back of the net in the opening Guinness Super League appearance for Arsenal. Her contribution to the team’s success underscores his importance to the Authentic midfield.
The thrilling victory over Lekie Filles is sure to boost Authentic’s morale as they aim to build on this momentum and continue to stay up the Guinness Super League table in the coming weeks.
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