Eteki Esoh Memorial Sports Academy (EEMSA) have beaten Buea United 2-1 at the Middle farms Stadium in Limbe in the ongoing South West triangular tournament.
EEMSA took the lead with 40 seconds into the game through Brandon Magho in what is the fastest goal in the championship so far.
Though 1 goal down, Buea United had a grip of the game, but was short lifted as a defensive blunder from the defense of Buea United almost caused Brandon to score his second of the day.
Chances at both ends, with Bache Manfred missing from a EEMSA perspective, while Buea United Veteran, Ngalame Clovis missed a chance to equalise for Buea United.
Buea United continue to search for an equalizer, as Agbor Leonel missed a chance to put the mountain boys level, as it ended 1-0 to EEMSA at half time.
Just like in the first half, Buea United failed to take their chances, as Bache Manfred scored his 17th goal of the season to put EEMSA two goals up at the 53 rd minute.
Buea United however, did not give up without a fight, as Marcus Nkwelle pull one back for the coach Agbor Emmanuel’s side at the 57th minute.
The Buea base side fought hard to get the equalizing goal, but EEMSA had done what they had to do, as it ended 2-1 to EEMSA at full time.
It should be noted that, Buea United were without their coach, Agbor Emmanuel who is serving a three match bad from the South west regional league of fecafoot.
The win puts EEMSA one leg into the mini inter pool, as they play Future Dreams FC on Sunday. A win for EEMSA will see them gain qualification to the mini inter pool.
For Buea United, they will be on stand by on Sunday, and will play their last game on Wednesday July 14 against Future Dreams FC.