- Ashu didn’t concede at the mini interpools
- He conceded three goals in six games at the interpools and has kept out Djiko FC in his first Elite Two game
- The game against Djiko was his first Elite Two championship game in four years
Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe netminder Ashu Kelvin Mbah put up another impressive display to help the Elite Two newcomers secure a second consecutive clean sheet and a point against visiting Djiko FC of Bandjoun on Wednesday at the Limbe Centenary stadium.
The clean was the ninth in past eleven for the 23-year-old shot stopper who has only conceded three goals in that time.
Ashu made a number of brilliant stops as he returned between the sticks in place of Frank Ipoua who also shot out Panthere on match day one.
Ashu’s heroics in the past few months largely account for the rise to the second tier championship and successes at the Regional and national playoffs.
The latest clean sheet adds to those against Bright Stars of Kumba, Istanbul FA twice and Kumba City Council in the Southwest Regional championship playoffs.
At the interpools Ashu kept clean sheets against Abong Mbang, Sporting Maroua, Pouma FC, Bafmeng United FA, adding to that of this Wednesday against Djiko FC.
Despite his huge returns, the former Little Foot FC, YOSA of Bamenda and Canon Yaounde keeper faces genuine competition for a place in the starting XI this season. Ipoua and teenage sensation Dieudonne Sousia have shown enough to keep goal at any point in time this season.
ISOHSA travels to Douala this weekend to challenge struggling Leopard of Douala in a first-ever clash between the clubs.
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