EEMSA chase to win the Cameroon cup is over after a 3-1 defeat to Dynamo Douala in the round of 32
EEMSA, failed to break down a resolute Dynamo defence and created only a few decent chances in what was an off-colour performance at the Centenary Stadium.
The first-half had few thrills and even less chances.
Dynamo started brighter and had an early goal at the 17th minutes ruled out and Emmanuel Ntah should have been blame if the goal was given
EEMSA created little of note with Dynamo defending in numbers and looking comfortable in what was a slow-paced first 45 minutes
The second-half was just six minutes old when Nanje Obase equalise for EEMSA to keep hopes alive for the Southwest base team.
On 55 minutes, Dynamo went ahead when EEMSA were panicking in the defense. Ferdinand capitalise on the panicking defense and inflicted pain for EEMSA with a stunning finish to put Dynamo ahead for the second time in the game
Three minutes later goalkeeper Daniel Makon made an excellent stop as Bache Manfred broke clear only to his low shot saved by the goalkeeper
EEMSA Coach Ekokobe Joseph introduction fresh legs to a few positional changes that almost resulted in an equaliser but the defense of Dynamo Proved their supremacy at the back to frustrate EEMSA’s effort for equalizer
Dynamo tripled the lead with two minute to full time after pounced on a poor pass by the EEMSA Defender, Martin to shoot inside the box. It looked like goalkeeper Emmanuel would make a comfortable save but he could only steer the ball into the net.
The win for Dynamo means they will be playing in the round of 16