Cameroonian forward Marie Gisele Divine Ngah Manga, was on target twice for Russian side lokomotiv Moscow womens , in their 3-1 win over the club’s U18 boys team on Friday.
The former FK Okzhetpes Kokshetau forward, recent left Cameroon’s Guinness Super League leaders Lekie FF, where she has netted five goals this season and provided three assists, and is currently in the books of Lokomotiv Moscow, where she’s undergoing trial at the club.
Elena Fomina’s side flex muscle on Friday with their U18 boys team, and Ngah Manga didn’t take long to make her impact felt.
Lokomotiv Moscow’s women’s team led 1-0 at half-time, before Ngah Manga was introduced in the second segment where she went ahead to find the back of the net twice as they won 3-1.
The 20-year-old prolific forward, still has a week left in her tryouts with the club, and should her performance convince officials of the club, she will pen a deal with the team coached by Elena Fomina.
Before returning to Cameroon, Ngah Manga represented FK Okzhetpes in Kazakhstan, where she finished as the club’s top scorer last season.
She leaves the Guinness Super League as current top scorer with five goals in eight games played.
“It is not a bad league, but I left there as the top scorer but it’s because of some sanitary conditions that I decided to comeback to Cameroon,” Ngah Manga told kick442.com about her time in Kasakhstan, during her last game with Lekie FF on February 18.
“I started here in Cameroon, so there’s no shame in Coming back and restarting all over again so as to go back stronger,” she added.
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