By Beng Emmanuel
Several Cameroonian Professional Footballers were inaction for their clubs this weekend, recording mix fortunes.
Ginainforms rates the top five performances of these footballers last weekend.
Jean-Pierre Nsame-Young Boys
Cameroon forward Jean-Pierre Nsame scored the winner as Young Boys came from behind to beat the FC Luzern 2-1.
The 27-year-old who finished top scorer of the Swiss Super League last season played for 85 minutes and scored his second of the season.
He assisted his teammate Meschack Elia to level scorers before completing his fantastic second half form with a brilliant finish to see his side top the table after five games.
Karl Toko Ekambi-Lyon
The 28-year-old played full time and scored a first half brace to help 10 man Olympic de Lyon beat rivals AS Monaco on match day 8 of the French Ligue 1.
The Cameroonian international has scored twice in a row in his previously two appearances for the Ligue 1 club helping them secure a back to back win for the first time since the start of the season.
Ekambi has scored four goals so far. He’s tipped to continue his fine form when Lyon visits Lille on Match day nine.
Nicolas Ngamaleu-Young Boys
He’s could be a suprise on the list but the Cameroonian no doubt played a stiring role as Young Boys battled to return to winning ways after going winless in two outings.
He assisted compatriot Jean Pierre Nsame for the winner after the host trailed at the break.
Nicolas Ngamaleu, 26 played full time in his sides hard fought win. He has started in four games for the defending Swiss champions this season, but is yet to open his goal account.
The Eredivisie champions completely demolished VVV Venlo 13-0, no doubt one of the biggest scorelines in Dutch football.
But the Cameroonian goalkeeper also made a great start being able to secure his first clean sheet in four games as Ajax returned to winning ways after their narrow Champions League defeat to Liverpool.
He can extend his clean sheet to two games when they face Atalanta on Wednesday in the Champions League.
Yan Brice made a full start and impressed for Granada who narrowly edged Getafe of Allan Ny’om 1-0.
The win enables the Cameroonian and his club close in on current La Liga leaders Real Sociedad.