Union de Mouvement Sportif of Loum (UMS), has defeated Stade Renard of Melong 2-1, in one of day 12 games of the Cameroon Elite one championship.
In the game played at Bonamoussadi stadium in Douala on Sunday evening, Joseph Momaso scored a penalty deep in added time, to secure all three points for UMS.
The two times Cameroon champions UMS of Loum, had announced on Friday that they are backing out from the top flight championship due to unfulfilled financial obligations from FECAFOOT.
But surprisingly, Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso’s side continued training and answered present for their day 12 game on Sunday.
Gilles Tchamtchoua put UMS in front after 10 minutes in the Mungo derby, but Renzo Azong Amih drew the game level at the 21st minute of play.
A parity score line settled the first segment of the game, as both Ndoumbe Bosso and Olivier Nankam went back to the drawing boards for fresh ideas.
The game looked like it was going to Seattle on a parity, but there was late drama, when UMS won a penalty at the fifth minute of added time.
Experienced Joseph Momaso stepped up and wrong footed goalkeeper Émile Merlin Lako, to seal all three points for UMS.
Sunday’s win means UMS are top of Group A with 20 points, same number as second placed cotonsport. UMS however has a better goal difference and a game at hand.
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