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Thomas Libiih off to a winning start at Racing

by Lesley Ngwa
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Thomas Libii started his stint in Racing Bafoussam dugout with a 3-2 win over Dynamo of Douala on Saturday.

A brace Michel Titti Beyond and Paul Mario Bop helped Racing outscore Dynamo whose forwards Dimitri Ngatcheut and Mathias Sevin Malep were on target.

Both sides entered the contest hoping to improve from the poor finish of the first round of the championship.

The first chance of the game fell to forward Malep but he failed to beat the Racing keeper.

The striker who counts four goals this season came close again but he was denied again.

Beyo scored the opener at 22 minute, rewarding Liibih’s Racing for their strong start.

The goal awaken Dynamo who improved and finally scored the equalizer through Ngatcheut 14 minutes after conceding.

Racing restored their advantage minutes before the interval, courtesy of a wonderful attacking combination concluded by Bop.

The Tout Puissance de L’Ouest returned stronger for the second segment.

Liibih’s charges pushed to get the insurance goal, forcing Dynamo deep in their camp.

Beyo completed the brace just upon resumption. His 55th minute goal made it 3-1 in favor of the hosts.

Racing played cautious in the final over half hour of the game.

The ‘Bana Ba njoh’ scored late through Malep in additional time but the hosts held their nerves to secure the victory.

The results marks a positive start for coach Libiih who is hoping to be the man to inspire the 1996 champions back into the top-flight, just a year after thier relegation to the second tier.

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