Bongben Confidence and Ngah Manga Marie Giselle were scorers as Cameroon’s U23 girls team registered an impressive 2-1 win against their Moroccan counterparts on Thursday night in a friendly game in Rabat.
Imene Ghazouani converted a second half penalty at the Mohammed VI which turned out to only be a consolatory goal as coach Ndoumou Mike’s Cameroon though reduced to ten following a red card to Moumazim Brigette defended well to get victory.
The game which provided an opportunity for both nations to continue budding a new generation of players for their senior team didn’t disappoint.
Cameroon took advantage of the recommended absence of fans to score two early goals and keep the lead to the break.
Though Imene beat Cathy Biya from the spot in the second half, the visitors held on to register a victory in the first of two meetings.
Both nations clash in the second friendly game at the same venue on Sunday April 9.
Both nations will soon engage in the Paris 2024 Olympic games qualifiers, thus explaining the need for the tough test for both sides.
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