Weekend Report 4: Cameroonian Footballers Abroad

Welcome to the 4th edition of our weekend report on Cameroonian Footballers abroad. We will look at the performances of some Cameroonian footballers abroad, representing their respective clubs across the globe. 

We will also look at the latest fixtures involving them, as club football dominated the weekend's schedule.

Weekend Report 4: Cameroonian Footballers Abroad

Weekend Report 4: Cameroonian Footballers Abroad

In our fourth edition, we will look at the performances of Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene, Jean-Pierre Nsame, Aboubakar Vincent, Martin Hongla, Bryan Mbeumo, Olivier Ntcham, and Andre Zambo Anguissa.

Let's dive in.

1. Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene

On the 6th day of play in the Russian Women's National Championship, Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene, the Captain of the Indomitable Lioness, helped her side CSKA Moscow beat Rubin Kazan in an 8-goal thriller.

Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene

She scored two goals in the game, putting her team at the top of the Russian Championship with 6 wins in 6 games.

Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene has been in fine form scoring 6 goals and 5 assists in six games.

2. Jean-Pierre Nsame

With 121 goals in 208 games with the Young Boys, Cameroonian international Jean-Pierre Nsame this weekend became the top scorer in the history of the Swiss club in the 21st century. He is now ahead of Guillaume Hoarau, who achieved 118 goals.

Jean-Pierre Nsame

3. Aboubakar Vincent 

The captain of the indomitable Lions in eleven games played for club side Besiktas in the league, the 31-year-old Lion already has 7 goals. The former Al-Nasr player proved his superb form at the moment, scoring one of the winning goals on the weekend against Umraniyespor (0-2).

Aboubakar Vincent

The win puts Besiktas (62 points) third in the standings and remains in the shadow of Fernerbhace (63 points), the second and 8 points from league leaders Galatasaray.

4. Martin Hongla

After beating Villarreal (2-1) last weekend, Martin Hongla and Real Valladolid picked up another victory this weekend against Girona (1-0) on match day 30 of La Liga.

Playing in his preferred position, Martin Hongla was one of his team's players found fit to face Girona. The midfielder fulfilled his role as an excellent ball carrier and shone with sharp passes making it possible to break the opposing lines. 

With 35 points, his team continues to move away from the relegation zone.

Martin Hongla

 5. Bryan Mbuemo

A pass from Bryan Mbeumo allowed Brentford to lead 1-0 against Aston Villa (1-1) this Saturday, on the occasion of the 32nd day of the Premier League.

The Cameroonian striker already has 6 assists this season in the Premier League. The 23-year-old was decisive again on Saturday in a home game against Aston Villa (1-1). 

Bryan Mbuemo

His assist for Ivan Toney allowed the Bees to lead 1-0 in the 65th minute of play. But while the Indomitable Lion and his team hoped for a victory, Douglas Luiz equalized for the visitors late in the game (1-1, 87th ).

6. Olivier Ntcham

On the 44th day of play in the championship, the English second division, Olivier Ntcham's side Swansea beat Norwich City 3-0. 

Goals came from Joel Latibeaudiere and Liam Cullen in the 23rd and 39th minutes, putting Swansea City 2-goals ahead before the halftime break. 

Olivier Ntcham

The Indomitable Lions midfielder provided another goal in the 64th minute to put his side 3-0 in the game. He was later withdrawn in the 79th minute.

This is his 7th goal of the season.

7. Andre Zambo Anguissa

Cameroonian midfielder Zambo Anguissa played an essential role in his side's 1-0 win against fellow Serie A side Juventus. 

The Indomitable Lion showed composure by not losing his footing in the face of opposing pressure and being effective both in recovery and in passing the ball. 

A few days after their elimination in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, Andre Zambo Anguissa and his teammates needed to show a better face against the third in the championship.

The win gave Anguissa's side Napoli a 17-point lead at the top of the Serie A table. Should Napoli win their next game at home to Salernitana and Lazio draw or lose to Inter Milan next weekend, Anguissa's side will seal their first Serie A title in 33 years.

Andre Zambo Anguissa

Final Words

We would like to thank our fervent readers for constantly taking the time to read our weekend report on the performances of Cameroonian footballers abroad. See you in our next edition.

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