The head coach coach of the intermediate Lions, Martin Ndtongou Mpile says he is happy and satisfied with his team 2-1 win over Djibouti.
The intermediate Lions outplayed Djibouti 2-1 in an international friendly in preparation for the upcoming African Nations Championship to be held in Cameroon next January 2021.
Djibouti took the lead as Mahamond Doualem scored the game’s opener from close range but two quick goals from PWD’s Basile Yankam and Ebembe Elimbi sealed a 2-1 win for Coach Martin Ndtongou’ s troops.
The 62 year-old was satisfied after a brilliant comeback against Djibouti.
“I am satisfied that we won the game. It’s a new team and I think we have so many things to work on. We are going to do it during the training sessions. We are going back to the errors we did today and I think that next time we are going to do better”, Ndtongou said after the game.
It should be noted that Martin Ndtongou has now recorded two wins and one draw since he succeeded Clement Arroga as coach of the intermediate Lions.
The reversed fixture between the two teams will come up still in Cameroon on November 12, 2020.