SWR League: TERMSTA Pins NQSA To A Draw To Harvest First Point Of The Season. - MySoccer24

SWR League: TERMSTA Pins NQSA To A Draw To Harvest First Point Of The Season.

Njalla Quan Sports Academy are now three games without a win for the first time since the Covid-19 canelled season.

Newly promoted side TERMSTA becomes the latest team to harvest a point in the ongoing South West Regional Championship following a nil-nil draw with the Njalla Quan Sports Academy in a match day five clash at the UB field.

Coach Tetteh Edwin and team doctor of Njalla Quan received their matching orders in the second half improper conducts  towards match officials.

Things became worse for the Bimbia boys as captain Zamballa received a second yellow at the 72nd minute after committing a foul on goalkeeper Tiku Tiku.

This is TERMSTA ‘s first point of the campaign after going four games without a point, conceding 10 goals and scoring one. This is also their first clean sheet of the season.

For NQSA, this is the first time the Bimbia boys are going three games without a win since the Covid-19 cancelled season.

Njalla Quan now totals nine points in five games, while TERMSTA have just one point in five game.

Next stop for the Bimbia boys a tough Derby clash with city rivals Best Stars Academy of Limbe, while TERMSTA takes on Continental Football Academy.

Njalla Quan SA were in search of a first win in two games, while the TERMSTA were in search of a first point of the campaign.

No real trait from both sides in the first minute of the game, but Kum Landry’s stunning strike mid way through the first half wasn’t accurate enough to hit the target.

The boys of coach Edwin Tetteh still had some goalscoring opportunities, but couldn’t break even as it ended on a virgin draw at halftime.

The second half looked tough for NQSA as new interim coach of TERMSTA Daniel Encho inspired his boys going into the second half.

Al though Amedou Nfor and Ngeme Ngassa came so close to put the limbe base side in front, Rodrique Maben of TERMSTA had a glaring opportunity to put his side in front, but his shot hit the wood work.

Minutes later, Santos Ikome had his own chance to give the newly promoted side a first share cake of victory, but couldn’t maximise his chance.

Things became worst for Njalla Quan SA after their Captain Zamballa was shown a second yellow 18 minutes to full time- following a foul on goalkeeper Tiku.

TERMSTA quest for a first now became a reality as it ended 0-0 to both sides.


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