Confidence Buh Bongbgen’s second-half strike was enough for Amazone FAP to pick maximum points at the Ndoume Oumar stadium in Ngaoundere following a 1-0 win over struggling Ngadeu FFA this Thursday.
Ngadeu FFA failed to take advantage of FAP’s poor start to the current season as the visitors in-form forward Confidence scored for the third game in a row to earn a third win on the spin for the visitors in match day nine.
Both sides cancelled each other in the opening 45 minutes in which chances were few and far between, though Ndoumou Mike’s FAP were the better side with two chances more than the hosts who only had 15 players.
As expected, July Ndong on goal for Ngadeu FFA was the busier of the two keepers, making more saves in the opening 45 minutes.
FAP returned for the second segment as a much improved side, a little quicker in moving the ball around. Brigitte Mbomozomo and captain Diane Tchanko were at their best in finding pockets of spaces with through ball in behind the defence set up organized by coach Dimitri Ngadeu for the hosts.
Bongbgen tormenting the hosts defense like Wanki Rita finally had her way through in the hour mark. The former put the visitors ahead after rounding the keeper, deservedly so.
Though Calixte Chantal Ngah in the FAP goal was called to action on a pair of occasions in the final half hour, just like Ndong of Ngadeu, there wasn’t a second goal for the hundred of fans that turned out.
The game ended on the 1-0 score in favor of the visitors.
The result means relegation-threatened Ngadeu FFA have suffered seven defeats in nine games and are 10th with four points in season three of the Guinness Super League while FAP won their third of the season. The win takes the tally of the Military Women to ten points, which leaves them on the eighth spot in the 12-club championship.
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