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SWRL: Mountain Boys Erupt As Buea Utd Clinch A Point From Prisons FC.

Prisons FC are still in search of a first win in the new campaign after recording their fourth straight draw in the league.

  • Buea United clinch a first point after losing their two previous games.
  • The Mountain Boys have picked up just a point in their last three games.

Buea United fought back from two goals down at halftime – to clinch a point from Prisons FC of Buea at the Molyko Stadium on Saturday.

Prisons of Buea scored two quick goals from Ekema Samuel and Paulo Nasah to put the Homeboys two goals up at halftime – but goals from Clifford Ngessa and Lodaux help Buea United clinch a point.

The Mountain Boys ended the game with 10 men after Athanasius Kum was shown a straight red card for a clumsy challenge on Sameh Mbolem – while Shu Timothy of Prisons ended the game prematurely after a head collision with Buea United midfielder Brownsmith Nkeng.

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The Molyko Omnisports Stadium was in pandemonium when Prisons FC opened scores within the first three minutes of the game – through Ekema Samuel. Then a few minutes later, Paulo Nasah scored a beauty from 20 yards as the Homeboys took an early two-goal lead in the game.

Coach Agbor Emmanuel made two substitutes: bringing in Motia Bassey and Elad Boris who changed the dynamics of the game for Buea United.

Buea United’s first real attack came from Noel Austin who’s finishing from close range went over the crossbar. Substitute, Mutia Basey led a counter for Buea United as he found Clifford Ngassa but the latter’s shot couldn’t hit the target.

Prisons FC held their lead at halftime, but things looked bleak for coach Agbor Emmanuel as his side was reduced to 10 men – after Athanasius Kum was shown a straight red card for a clumsy challenge on Sameh Mbolem.

But this didn’t stop Buea United’s hunt for a point in three games as Festus Kingsley played a beautiful cross to find Clifford Ngessa as Buea United went within one – midway through the second half.

The eruption of the Mountain boys didn’t end there – as substitute Motia Basey’s cross found Lodaux who scored a brilliant header to level matters at the Molyko Omnisport Stadium.

Buea United almost got the winner after Festus Kingsley dribbled past the goalkeeper of Prisons but his shot hit the side netting as the game ended 2-2 at 90 minutes.

In the early kick-off, Tiko United defeated Cinyodev FA 2-1.







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