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Easter Cup: EFBC asserts Dominance and Wins fourth Consecutive title

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • EFBC secured their 7th title in the 9th Edition of the Easter Cup, outclassing Union Sportive of Abong Mbang with a 4-1 victory
  • The offensive duo, Bernard Nguene and Angel Yondjo, were pivotal, contributing a hattrick and seven goals respectively, leading EFBC to their 4th consecutive win
  •  The team showcased a formidable performance throughout the tournament, netting a total of 14 goals

The Easter Cup has once again been a stage for the extraordinary as EFBC claimed their seventh sacrament in a decisive 4-1 victory over the Americans of the East region, Union Sportive of Abong Mbang.

This triumph marks their fourth consecutive title in the prestigious Patricia Berthelot Easter Cup played at the Reunification Annex stadium on Friday April12,2024.

The final was a testament to EFBC’s offensive prowess, with Bernard Nguene stealing the show by netting a remarkable hattrick, while his teammate Angel Yondjo added another to the tally.

Angel Yondjo in action

Yondjo, adorned with the number 9, emerged as the tournament’s top scorer, having found the back of the net seven times and delivering a crucial pass.

Nguene, wearing the number 10, wasn’t far behind with five goals and a crucial pass of his own, earning him the title of the best player of the tournament.

EFBC’s journey to the final was no less dramatic. In a match that would decide the second finalist, EFBC faced Colombe under the relentless downpour in Douala.

Despite the challenging conditions, this defending champions emerged victorious with a 3-1 scoreline, courtesy of Barah Thiam’s goal and Yondjo’s impressive double, although he did miss a penalty. Colombe’s consolation came through Messomo Germain’s sole goal.

While EFBC celebrated their victory, Colombe found solace in securing third place by defeating Aigle of the Menoua. The U18 team of Colombe Sportive du Sud also had reasons to cheer, clinching third place in the tournament.

Eko Tindi Willy, the young talent between the posts, was recognized as the best goalkeeper of the event. The team’s offensive strength was further highlighted by Bassong, Berry, and Atangana, who each scored two goals and featured among the top scorers.

The 9th Edition of the Easter Cup concluded with EFBC standing tall as the undisputed champions, their name etched in history once more.

Their remarkable 14-goal tally is a clear indicator of their dominance, and with such a display of skill and teamwork, they have set the bar high for the next contenders.

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