Nov 12, 2020, 11:57 AM
Following the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the continent’s football ruling body has confirmed some changes for the Cameroon 2022 qualifiers.
The Bundung-born player gave his side the maximum point after scoring the winning goal in the 76 minutes of the second half, after Montana’s Rayan Senhadji scored an own-goal to give CSKA Sofia the lead in the 8th minutes of the first half.
Nikolay Minkov scored the only goal for Montana in the 78th minutes which served as a consolation.
The 26-year-old striker who is not included in Scorpions Coach Tom Saintfiet’s squad for the Afcon qualifiers double leg against Gabon, has so far scored three goals in ten games for CSKA Sofia in all competition with his earlier goals coming in the Europa League tournament.
The triumph has moved CSKA Sofia to third position with 21 points, while Montana occupy eleventh position with 12 points after twelve matches.
Ali Sowe and CSKA Sofia will after the International break play away to Botev Ihtiman in the Bulgarian Cup on Saturday 14 November, while Montana will travel to Boroe in the league on 22 November.
Bombada is set to host Gunjur United in the 2020 West Coast Region fitness football tournament on 1 November 2020 at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium.