Cameroon’s representatives at the CAF Champions league, Fovu of Baham were held to a 2-2 by visiting Petro De Luanda at the Amadou Ahidjo Stadium in Yaounde.
The two times cup of winners started the game on fine footing, as Alexandra Nsange scored the games opener to put the 2000 elite one champions in front.
Being one goal down, the Girabola deputy champions did not show signs of inferiority, as they scored two goals before half-time. Tiago Azulao scored at the 19th minute, followed by a goal from Jaredi Lopez at the 39th minute to give the visitors the lead at half-time.
The second half proved decisive for coach Olivier Nankam, as he began to throw in his cards. Substitute and former Djiko FC forward Stephan Ikpeme scored the equalizer for Fovu to level score at 2-2.
The Angolan club will be on the advantage, with two crucial away goals as they head back to Luanda for the return leg on September 18, 2021.