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MTN Elite Two Matchday 7 wrap: Aigles du Moungo takes the top spot as Rangers FC returns to winning ways.

by Lesley Ngwa
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Richepin Djippatche heads Aigles to victory in Bambili

Foncha Street FC came into matchday 7 as league leaders and needed just 8minutes to open scores through Didymus Tangteh. Tangteh got his first start of the season after he came on last game and scored a late winner over Unisport.
Aigles came on in the second half with a different spirit and it took them 4minutes to equalize through Stephane Monkam.

With the game on level terms, Aigles pressed on and on but the hosts kept defending so as to salvage even a point at home.

With 5minutes added time to play both sides increased game intensity seeking for a lte miracle. Richepin Djippatche bulleted in a header from a well taken corner to see Aigles kill joy of Foncha Street fans as they celebrated their win and top position.

Nsoh Fabrice and debutant Glennkit decisive in Ranger FC Bafut’s win.

Rangers FC came into the game seeking to return to winning ways and with a highly motivated spirit.

They started the game on a high and missed several early chances giving the visitors from South West hopes of having a point or points away from home.

Nsoh Fabrice initiated the win with his 15th minute goal which stood grounds till the 90th minute.

Glennkit debuting for Rangers FC in goal made saves unimaginable to keep his net safe all game. Glennkit was definitely the man of the match and a clean sheet to crown his debut.

Ebong William stopped the giants of the West from taking all 3points in the East.

Racing being second in the league prior to matchday 7 were the favorites as they traveled to Bertoua.

Opening scores through Pewi gave Racing an upper hand in the game and they pressed on to travel back with all three points.

Ebong William of Stade Bertoua deprived them of having all three as he scored to settle the game in level terms.

William Ebong also scored the second goal on matchday 5 when Stade Bertoua beat OFTA by 2-0.

Assako wins it late for AS FAP

A clash of two Yaoundé sides at the Olembe annex A stadium saw a battle that almost ended on level terms with no goal to show for.
AS FAP couldn’t let Lausanne have the last laugh as Beyong l’s well placed cross in the 88th minute saw Assako deliver beautifully to hand them the win.

AS FAP are now 4th on the league table with 3wins, 2draws and 2defeats in 7games.

Ndize takes Unisport back to winning ways as they edge over ocean boys.

Unisport de Bafang lost away to Foncha Street on matchday 6 and now playing at home needed a win at home to boost their moral.

OFTA who are still to record a win this season still couldn’t get one as Ndize Kenneth sealed a well needed win for Unisport infront of their home fans.

‘BON BA DJOB’ win away in Yaoundé to honor their legend Mbami Modeste.

Dynamo of Douala walked into matchday 7 mourning their legend Mbami Modeste who won the 2000 division 2 championship with them before traveling to France to sign for Sedan.

They faced TKC seeking to return to winning ways after they settled for a one all draw 4days back against Racing in a delay fixture.

In a game where attackers failed to deliver stepped up Nkono aka Wondé from the defense to score the winning goal sealing all three points.

Rendezvous Wednesday 11th as we look forward to matchday 8.

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