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SW Championship: HO Academy Rekindle Mini Interpools Hopes

HO Academy FC

 

By Basil K Mbuye

HO Academy FC of Buea on Thursday, February 28 at the Buea Town Municipal Stadium rekindles their Mini Interpools hopes as they walloped Dynamic FC 7-0.

Before the game, the boys of Coach Serge Bokagne were at the bottom of the table in Pool A as they have gone two games without a single point.

However, they used the game against Dynamic FC to pick their first three points of the season in style as they showed no mercy against their opponents.

HO Academy FC opened the scoring at the 6th minute when Harold Nelson Gahane got the curtain-raiser to give his side the lead. He will increase tally at the 20th minute when he saw his strike leaving Dynamic’s keeper Fernandes Ngwang helpless.

Despite leading 2-0, HO Academy continues to mount more pressure and their efforts will be rewarded at the 25th minute when Yannick Tinen made it 3-0.

The goals started raining at the Buea Municipal Stadium as Dynamic FC players seem to be chasing more of their shadows than the ball.

Before both sides could go on recess, Chimy Njoya made it 4-0 as the favourites continue to enjoy a comfortable lead.

When play will resume in the second half, instructions dished out by Coach Alain Sabum seem to have fallen on deaf ears as his players failed to create an impact.

Rather, it will be HO Academy FC that continued their dominance as they enjoy their goals festival as Yannick Tinen made it 5-0 at the 70th minute to get his brace in the game.

The party will get more entertaining when substitute Frank Herve Bibout will get his first brace of the season when he scored in the 84th and 87th minutes to make it 7-0.

The game ended with HO Academy FC of Buea recording their first win of the season to rekindle their Mini Interpools dream. HO Academy FC of Buea will on Sunday face Pool A leaders Continental FA.

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