- Faris Pemi Moumbagna celebrates National team call up with a brace against Besiktas in the Europa Conference league on Thursday
- The 23-year-old is currently on 17 goals in all competition for his side Bodo/Glimt
- Thanks to Moumbagna’s efforts, Bodo/Glimt continuous its unbeaten run to six games.
Cameroon international Faris Moumbagna netted a brace for Bodo/Glimt as they defeated Besiktas 2-1 in Group D of the Europa Conference League.
The 23-year-old, who just got his first senior call up, found the back of the net in the 38th minutes, before slotting in a second 11 minutes later.
DT. Bingöl’s 64th minute goal served as consolation for the hosts, who are now on three defeats on the spin.
This win now puts Bodo/Glimt on seven points in group D, three points less than first place Club Brugge, while Besiktas is last with just one point.
Pemi Moumbagna has been a square peg in a square hole for his Norwegian side since joining them in January 2023.
He has now scored 17 goals across all competition for Bodo/Glimt this season. He will be hoping to continue his impressive form when he joins the Cameroon squad for the World Cup qualifiers this November.
Worthy of note is, the striker, had played with Cameroons youth team way back in 2018 against Uganda.
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