U23 Lionesses Complete Job Over Morocco in Rabat

The Under 23 Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon beat their Moroccan Counterparts 1-0 in the second leg of their double-header at the Mohammed IV sports complex, Rabat. 

The lone goal was scored by Brenda Tabe in the 56th minute of play after excellent work by her partner in crime and Guinness Super League teammate Raissa Nnanga. 

The two forwards are leading the goal-scoring charts in the Guinness super league, Cameroon's top tier of women's football.

U23 Lionesses Complete Job Over Morocco in Rabat

The second friendly encounter was clearly of higher intensity than the first, in which the lionesses triumphed 2-1. Moroccan defender Khaoula Knia withdraw mid-way through the first half of the game due to injury.

The first half was a tight affair, with both teams showing solidity and tactical discipline to keep their opponents at bay. 

The Moroccans showed more ambition, but all their attacks were equally matched by the Cameroonians, led by Captain Brenda Tabe. Éclair de Sa'a goalkeeper Cathy Biya was in good form, making several vital interventions in the Cameroonian goal. 

U23 Lionesses Complete Job Over Morocco in Rabat

What Next for U23 Lionesses?

It is now two out of two for the new technical bench of the Olympic Lionesses, led by head coach Mike Ndoumou as preparations for the qualification against the 2024 Olympics games in France continue. 

Mike Ndoumou's charges will be brimming with confidence ahead of the Sud ladies' cup, which gets underway in Avignon, France, on the 16th of May, 2023. 

See Also: U23 Lionesses Edge Morocco in Friendly

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