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Clinton Njie scores in Dynamo’ s 5-1 demolition of Lokomotive in a Moscow Derby.

Cameroon International,  Clinton Njie was on target as his side, Dynamo Moscow demolished Lokomotive Moscow in a match day 14 clash of the Russian Premier league. 

The boys of Sandro Schwarz did not waste time in banking the goals as Roman Evgenjev scored the game’s opener at the 3 rd minute.

More hunger and character from the home side as Cameroon international,  Clinton Njie scored Dynamo’s second of the day at the 33rd minute.

Three minutes later, locomotive were reduced to 10 men as Rajkovic was sent off after receiving two yellow cards.

The locomotive engine however picked some steam as Ze Luis pull one back at the 45th minute to put the visitors within one goal deficit.

However,  the engine seems not be the best for Lokomotive as Daniil Lesovoy scored the third for Dynamo at the 60th minute.

At the 64th minute,  Lokomotive’s Guilherme was given a straight red at the 64th minute.

Also, at the 78th minute,  Dynamo’s Sergey Parshivlyuk was sent off for receiving a second yellow card.

At this point,  Dynamo was one man down while locomotive was two men down.

This gave Dynamo Moscow the advantage as goals from Daniil Fomin and Konstantin Rausch at the 86th and 90 th minute respectively seal a 5-1 win for Dynamo Moscow.

The win for Dynamo Moscow puts them on the 4th spot in the Russian Premier league with 26points in 14 games.

Cameroon’s Clinton Njie has played 12 league games so far and scored 3 goals in the process.  He lasted for 68 minutes as he was replaced by Nikola Moro.

The former Tottenham Hotspur forward is set to be in Cameroon in the next few days ahead of a double header clash between the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon and Mozambique in the AFCON qualifiers later this month.

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