Weekend Report: Cameroonian Footballers Abroad

Let's 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.

Let's take a closer look at how our Cameroonian footballers fared abroad...

Weekend Report: Cameroonian Footballers Abroad

Weekend Report: Cameroonian Footballers Abroad

1. Aboubakar Vincent

The captain of the indomitable lions of Cameroon, Vincent Aboubakar, was involved in his side Besiktas' emphatic 4 - 2  victory over Fenerbache on day 26 of the League. Aboubakar Vincent was involved in one of the goals of his club. He scored in the 91st minute with an assist from Nathan Redmond.

His goal brings his tally to four goals in four matches for Besiktas. The win puts his club in the third position on the League's table, though eleven points away from the league leaders Galatasaray.

2. Bryan Mbeumo

Bryan Mbeumo, who plays for English Premier League side Brentford, was involved in a 3-3 tie with Brighton on Saturday. 

The match saw the indomitable lion's winger register two assists for the second and third goals to help keep his side in the game.

Mbeumo was later substituted in the 79th minute of play.

Despite their best efforts, Brentford could only get a point at the end of the day thanks to a 90-minute penalty granted to Brighton, and  Mac Allister successfully converted it.

3. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting featured for his side Bayern Munich after returning from injury, which kept him away from international duty for the indomitable Lions clash with Namibia.

He started the Bundesliga classico match against fellow German s  e Dortmund. This was his first game under their new manager Thomas Tuchel. 

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting played 69 minutes of the match and was substituted for Senegalese star Sadio Mane.

His team beat Dortmund 4-2 to go top of the Bundesliga table. 

4. Jean-Pierre Nsame

Jean-Pierre Nsame, Striker of the indomitable lion of Cameroon, scored for his club Young Boys.

Despite his goal, it wasn't enough as his team lost 2-1 to fellow Swiss side Servette.

The Cameroonian Striker's goal was his 21st goal of the season.

5. Zambo Anguissa 

Cameroonian midfielder Zambo Anguissa's side Napoli suffered a heavy loss 0-4 in the hands of fellow Serie A side AC Milan. The loss looks insignificant to Napoli's title challenge as they still have a 16-point lead on the League's table. 

Zambo Anguissa

6. Martin Hongla

It was a disappointing day for Martin Hongla, whose side Real Valladolid suffered a thrashing at the Bernabeu in the hands of fellow La Liga side Real Madrid. 

Martin Hongla was replaced at half-time of the match. 

Martin Hongla

This wraps up this week's report on Cameroonian footballers abroad. Stay tuned to next week's report.

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