Amazone FAP of Yaounde have maintained their 100 percent win ratio in the Cameroon women’s league, following a 4#0 victory over Eding Filles, in a day six game played at the CAF Excellence center in Mbankomo, on Thursday. A brace from Ngah manga and further goals from Catherine Mbengono and Brigette Omboudou, means FAP has now won all their six league games.
Goalkeeper Therese Marlyse Biloa made a superb save just five minutes into the game, to deny catherine Mbengono.
Amazone FAP opened scores at the 20th minute of play when Catherine Mbengono tapped in from close range, from a rebound, after Goalkeeper Therese Marlyse Biloa failed to perfectly deal with Ngah manga’s shot.
Ngah manga made it two nil at the 28th minute, when she turned in a swift pass from Nana Lamine.
Amazone FAP effected one substitution before the break, with Brigette Yvana Mbomozomo ceding her place to Naomi Ndjoah, while for Eding Filles, Gladis Messina Ekani picked up a serious injury and was stretched out of the pitch pitch, and later on replaced by Mwambo Hana Eposi.
Five minutes into the second half (50th minute), Brigette Omboudou put FAP three goals up, with a superb free kick from the edge of the box.
Ngah manga made it 4#0 at the 58th minutes.
FAP’s duo of Nana Lamine and Catherine Mbengono pulled out by coach Ndoumou Mike and replaced by Linda Raissa Tchomte and Julie Nina Nke respectively.
Eding Filles failed to get a consolation in the remainder of the game, as Amazone FAP recorded a comfortable 4#0 win, to go top of the League’s table, with 18 points. Six games, six wins.