MTN Elite Two: ISOHSA humiliates Leopard to continue strong league start.
The 2023 National Interpools champions, thrashed their host 3-0. This was during match day three of the second tier over the weekend.
The one-sided encounter was staged at the Annex of the Japoma stadium in Douala, on Saturday November 4.
ISOHSA produced another eye-catching performance to outclass Leopard Sportive who were vulnerable against their high quality opponent.
The boys of Coach Nlend Ayme were the most dominant side during the encounter.
ISOHSA’s emblematic captain Ashu Brice opened the scoring at the stroke of halftime to set his team on course for a statement victory.
ISOHSA continued to pile more pressure on Leopard Sportive, who barely threatened the visitors.
Mbeng Joel, who recently joined ISOHSA from Victoria United FC, to bolster the squad, opened his goal account after coming off from the bench on 65 minute. Another substitute, Mukete Ayong William, later wrapped-up the win four minutes later.
It was the first away fixture for ISOHSA of Limbe this season and they did not disappoint.
Their well-deserved 3-0 win over Leopard is their biggest win so far in the MTN Elite Two Championship.
The Elite One aspirants, opened their campaign with a historic 1-0 win against Panthere Sportive of Nde. In their second outing, they settled for a goalless stalemate against Djiko FC of Bandjoun.
ISOHSA are still to concede this season. They have temporarily moved to the top of the logs with seven points from three games.
The team will be looking to secure their third win of the season when they host struggling Rangers FC of Bafut on match day four.
Disappointing day again for NW clubs
It was yet again another disappointing day for all three clubs involved in the Elite Two championship this season.
Rangers of Bafut suffered their second successive defeat this campaign. They lost 0-2 away in Yaounde to FAP FC. They came into the game having suffered a 0-2 defeat at home to Eding FC of Lekie.
The only point they have picked up this season was again Dragon of Yaounde on match day where they pulled a goalless tie.
Elsewhere, newly promoted Bafmeng United Football Academy came from behind to draw 1-1 with Aigle of Moungo in Douala.
The boys of coach Nkabyo Martin now have 2 points from two matches.
On their part Foncha Street FC of Bamenda were held to a goalless tie at home to FC Yaounde II to bag home their first point this season. They had lost to Aigle Moungo on match day two.
Dragon ends Eding Sport’s perfect start
In the other results of the day, Dragon of Yaounde ended Eding Sport’s perfect start with a 2-1 win.
Before the defeat, Eding were on an unbeaten run after wins over Dragon FC and Rangers of Bafut.
Playing in Bandjoun, Djiko FC recorded a 2-1 win over Panthere of Nde. The most electrifying encounter of the day, arguably, saw Tonnerre Kalara Club, TKC, of Yaounde, defeat Unisport in a seven-goal thriller.
The 4-3 win over Unisport was Tonnerre’s first win of the season after two draws against Renaissance and Racing of Bafoussam in the first two match days.
Renaissance of Ngomou also picked up a 1-0 over Racing of Bafoussam.