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Another Nchindo John Bosco masterclass hands Anglo-Saxon derby bragging rights to YOSA

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Yong Sport Academy secured a strategic win against Victoria United, with an early lead by Nchindo John Bosco and a decisive second-half goal by Elton Ndewiyi
  • Despite a penalty goal from Victoria United’s Richmond Nji, Yong Sport maintained their dominance to retain the top position in the Playoffs Up standings
  • The match was a showcase of tactical prowess and relentless pursuit, leaving the Bamenda based club with a commendable 9 points from 3 matches

Yong Sport Academy secured a crucial 2-1 victory over Victoria United this Monday, with standout performances from Nchindo John Bosco who scored again to take his playoffs tally to five goals.

The Reunification Annex stadium was filled to the rafters by fabs who saw nothing short of a tactical chess match, with both teams displaying moments of brilliance and strategic game play in contest Nchindo won the battle of the number ten against Nathan and also increased his chances in the golden boot race just like Nji Richmond who scored Victoria United’s consolatory goal.

An early opportunity for Victoria United fell to Wilfred Douala Nathan took a shot at the ninth minute, but his attempt sailed behind the net, but was an early indication of a thrilling afternoon.

Yong Sport Academy quickly responded, with Nchindo John Bosco breaking the deadlock in the 13th minute.

A well-crafted pass from Nguimbat Junior found Nchindo on the edge of the area. The in-form forward  didn’t hesitate to strike a brilliant shot past the goalkeeper for a 1-0 lead.

The goal set the tone for the match, as Yong Sport’s relentless attack continued stretching Victoria United’s defense.

Coach Ndikum Blaise’s YOSA attempted to stifle Victoria United’s offensive prowess by assigning Lovette Asongwe Atangche to shadow Richmond Nji, highest goal scorer for the limbe-based outfit.

This tactical move proved effective in the first-half, preventing Nji from making significant contributions to the game.

The first-half was a spectacle of excitement, with both teams creating numerous scoring opportunities. However, there was no changes on the scoreboard, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the second-half.

As the second-half unfolded, Coach Pantev Dimitar made a strategic substitution for Victoria United, bringing in Kwena Perry for Nghokayi Ngu Maxwell. Perry’s primary task was to mark Nchindo, who had been a thorn in Victoria United’s side. With the YOSA skipper now closely guarded, Yong Sport was forced to adapt and involve other players in their offensive scheme.

Despite Victoria United’s efforts, Yong Sport managed to extend their lead with a goal from Elton Ndewiyi.

Victoria United, showing resilience, managed to claw back into the game with a penalty awarded at the 87th minute .Referee Oumar Matechuet Amoroso deemed Anye’s touch on Nathan dangerous, awarding the white and black a spot kick.

Richmond stepped up to take the penalty. He sent the Keeper Anye to the opposite direction. Nji’s successful conversion gave Victoria United a glimmer of hope.

The introduction of Junior Djacba, Ngong Lendy Kwa will see a free flow of balls to Nji, creating danger for YOSA. In the end, good game management saw the team from the Northwest secure three points.

Nchindo has now scored in every playoff game, with his 13th minute goal making it five goals in three playoff games.

With an impressive tally of nine points from three matches, Yong Sport Academy has solidified their position as a formidable force in the competition.

They will meet with Stade Renard while Victoria United on six points will clash with Colombe Sportive of the Dja and Lobo on Wednesday.

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