Nicolas Moumi Ngamaleu continued his brilliant start to the 2023/24 season this Saturday afternoon as he scored in Dynamo Moscow’s 2-1 win against eternal rivals CSKA at the Dinamo Lev Yashin Stadium.
What started as a tough afternoon for the visitors when Anton Zabolotny scored the opener minutes into the game ended up being a great spectacle for the Dynamo fans thanks to second-half goals from Ngamaleu and Fedor Smolov.
The Cameroonian winger entered the contest buzzing in confidence due to his strong start to the season.
Ngamaleu, who had provided three assists in four starts in the build up to the game scored his first goal just after the break.
Despite that, Ngamaleu had a relatively quiet first segment as the host organized to deny him the spaces on which his game flourishes. He was booked just after the half hour mark.
CSKA scored barely six minutes into the game through Zabolotny and kept the advantage throughout the first segment despite the push for an equalizer from Ngamaleu and his mates.
They were finally rewarded just after the interval after Tyukavin played in Ngamaleu who made it 1-1.
Smolov’s well-taken penalty seven minutes from time put Dynamo ahead for the first time on the night and they kept the advantage jealously.
Ngamaleu was replaced minutes from time but to a standing ovation from the home fans.
Though they were seven minutes of additional time and the substitution of Ngamaleu, Dynamo held the advantage till the end of the game.
Dynamo are third on the log with 10 points from four games so far while CSKA are fourth with a point lesser.
The 11-times Russian Premier League champions will be on the road to Rubin Karzan on match day six of the championship next Saturday.
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