By Beng Emmanuel
Cameroonian Internationals plying their trade in Europe, had a weekend of mixed fortunes in their respective Leagues.
Eric Maxime Choupo Moting’s Paris Saint Germain ended their perfect run in the French League 1 after pulling a 2-2 draw to Bordeaux. The 29 tr old forward came off to replace injured Neymar Junior at the 57th minute of play.
Pierre Kunde Malong helped his team secure 3pts in the German Bundesliga as his side FSV Mainz edged Fortuna Düsseldorf 1-0 during match day 13 of the German Bundesliga.
In the Netherland Eredivisie League, Andre Onana’s Ajax thrashed Ado Den Haag 5-1. The Cameroonian shoot stopper however failed to preserve a 10 League clean sheet. His brilliant performance has earned his team a 2nd place behind league leaders PSV Eindhoven 14 days into the championship.
Karl Took Ekambi played for 11 minutes as the Cameroonian forward came of the bench to replace Gerald Moreno in the Spanish LA Liga Santander.
Ekambi had no major shoot on target. Their defeat at the Camp Nou sends them off to the 17 spot of the League.
Momi Ngamaleu and Jean Pierre Nsame helped Switzerland side Young Boys secure the top spot of the Switzerland Super League following a 3-1 away win to FC Basel durinh match day 16 of the championship. Jean Pierre Nsame was a substitute to his fellow national team mate Mimi Ngamaleu who was replaced within the course of the game. Young Boys are now top of the league with 43 points.
Fabrice Ondoa conceded as his side KV Oostende pulled a 1-1 draw with Home side SV Zulte Naregem 1-1 during match day 17 of the Belgian First Division A championship.
Fabrics Ondoa’s side now occupy the 12 tj place of a 16 team tournament with 19 points.
In the English Premier League Huddersfield Town fell at home to Gaetan Bong’s Brighton and Hove Albion. Although the Cameroonian was an unused substitute, his side were able to over come Huddersfield 2-1.
Joel Matip equally watch from the bench as Divock Origi came off the bench to score a late goal which reduces the gap by 2pts to Current and defending league leaders Manchester City.