The Eclair of Sa’a midfielder had barely reached the centre circle in her own half when she sent the ball sailing into the Caiman net
Helene Seh Caroline has scored against her former club Caïman Filles while almost 65 yards from goal.
With Caïman leading 1-0, the former Caïman defender cum midfielder received the ball in the middle of her own half and turned as if to set up a counter attack.
But, rather than make a pass, Seh – who had barely reached the centre circle – looked up and blasted the ball into the back of the net.
Blues goalkeeper Carhelle Ndemba looked stunned as he watched the shot sail over his head while desperately scrambling back towards his goal line.
The evoked memories of some great goals over the years in the Guinness Super League championship but most-importantly leveled matters for the hosts who second through Aboudi Jennifer to complete the comeback win.
Reacting after the game, Seh revealed she had been playing similar tricks in training.
“I lifted my head and saw the position of the goalkeeper so I decided to place the ball as I always do in training. Thank God it went in but most importantly we are satisfied with the three points.”
The victory takes coach Francis Kokolo’s Eclair Filles’ points tally to 29, three points of Lekie.
Eclair will have to fix their problem of conceding early goals (as it was with Nicaise Ngon’s for Caiman after just 12 minutes) before they face league leaders Lekie Filles on Wednesday in the top fixture which also carries the potential to decide which of the two clubs could win the championship come the end of the season.
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