The 10th Edition of the Bui Sports Fans Competition (BSFC) kicked off in Yaoundé with a thrilling display of matches during its opening day. Starting at the University of Yaoundé One Campus on October 8, the tournament featured two captivating games that left spectators gripped.
In the opening match, Dzekwa Rangers and Mile One Kumbo exhibited their prowess on the pitch, resulting in an electrifying 2-2 draw. Despite the rainfall, both teams showcased remarkable skills, unwavering determination, and a strong desire to secure an early victory in this highly anticipated tournament. The clash between Dzekwa Rangers and Mile One Kumbo proved to be a captivating spectacle, leaving the enthusiastic crowd in awe.
Mile One Kumbo took an early lead, breaking the deadlock at the 17th minute through Minard Fanka. Dzekwa Rangers fought hard to balance the score line in the second half, with Ngwang Hanen finding the back of the net.
However, Mile One Kumbo regained the lead. In the final minutes of the game, Dzekwa Rangers made a valiant comeback, equalising through Hanen once again. The match concluded in a thrilling 2-2 draw, with fans cheering from every corner of the pitch. It was truly a display of exceptional talent.
Shortly after the game, Joseph Fonfoni, team captain of Mile One Kumbo, expressed disappointment, stating that his team had entered the match with the intention to win. He said, “I was expecting a victory, not a draw. But whatever the case, I remain positive. We will prepare and continue training, eagerly awaiting our next match. To the fans, stay positive, because we will make it.”
Wilfred Sunjo, the coach of Dzekwa Rangers, expressed his dissatisfaction with the game, admitting that he had expected his boys to secure a win despite the challenging weather conditions. He said, “I am not happy with the game. Due to the poor weather, it was not easy. However, we are hoping for the best, and I have taken away some valuable lessons from today’s match. I will work on them with the team, and we will come back stronger.”
In the second match of the day, an intense battle unfolded between NDECA FC and Kinkerangker FC, with NDECA emerging victorious with a 1-0 score line, secured through a penalty. The relentless rain posed an additional challenge, adding to the difficulty of the game. However, both teams displayed immense resilience and determination, showcasing their exceptional skills despite the adverse weather conditions.
The downpour failed to dampen the spirits of the players from NDECA FC and Kinkerangker FC, who demonstrated commendable teamwork and strategic play throughout the match. The relentless rain seemed to fuel their motivation, as they adapted their playing styles to the slippery field and the unpredictable movements of the ball. Both teams exhibited remarkable skills, keeping spectators on the edge of their seats.