- Dynamo are unbeaten in their opening four games of the season while PWD count one win in four matches
- Marius Ngon A Tati scored his second goal of the season in the 2-0 win
Dynamo of Douala have picked up their third win in four MTN Elite One championship games this season as a late Joel Marius Ngon A Tati penalty added to an own goal in Dynamo’s 2-0 win against PWD of Bamenda this Wednesday at the Bamendzi stadium.
The match day four fixture renewed some of the historic moments of the good old days of both clubs while serving as an avenue for both sets of players to write their own tales.
Coach Yves Clement Arroga’s Dynamo entered the contest unbeaten and on a run of two wins in a row while PWD of Bamenda were out in search of only their second victory of the season.
Dieudonne Nke’s PWD struggled within the opening moments of the game as Dynamo though without Moluh Mohammed and Leonel Ateba Christian asserted themselves.
The Abakwa Boys were soon behind as early as the 19th minutes as a blunder within the members of the defence put the ball past Saliou Ahmada hunting his third clean sheet.
The 2020 champions took the game to their visitors from the moment they conceded but Tony Achu and co were stopped in their penetration to the final third by a resolute Dynamo shield that had Etta Bawak and Baho Henoick.
Skipper Joseph Momasso of Dynamo skewed a pair of chances to double the lead before the interval as PWD struggled to stay alive in the contest.
Nundi Cagawa and co were dealt the final blow of the disappointing afternoon for the home fans when they conceded the second goal of the game through Ngon. The former Canon Yaounde forward pounced on a great service to put the game to bed 11 minutes from time.
The half chances in the final moments of the game counted for very little as goalkeeper Anye Derick and his Dynamo colleagues organized to ensure they earn only a second clean sheet of the season and continue their strong start to life in the big time after over 20 years away.
The result amounted to PWD’s second defeat in four outings which leaves them on four points and the eighth spot so far, while the Bona Ba Djob as Dynamo is nicknamed remains at the top of their pool with ten points from a possible 12. They are three points better than Astres that beat Canon Yaoundé 2-1 in their own day four fixture.
PWD face Fortuna this weekend in match day five while Dynamo are up against Bamboutos in one of the first litmus test for the newcomers.
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