The Indomitable Lionceaux du Cameroun made a clear round in the group stage of this 22nd edition of the Coupe dâ ???? Africa of the Nations with 3 victories in as many games played (6 goals scored and 1 conceded) But, some young footballers in this Cameroonian squad attract the curiosity of the general public: these are in particular Milla Kevin Prince, Etienne Etoâ ???? o Pineda, Sunday Jang Junior and Enzo Tchato Mbiavi
In the footsteps of his illustrious father and Cameroonian football legend, Samuel Etoâ ???? o Son, Etienne Etoâ ???? o Pineda, 18, made his debut with the Cameroon against Mozambique (4-1), Saturday, scoring a double The junior player of Real Oviedo (D2 Spain), thus marked the spirits and many dream to see him achieve the same exploits as his dad, quadruple African Golden Ball (2003, 2004, 2005 and 2010) and only African footballer Pichichi in the Spanish Liga
Author of the first two Cameroonian goals in this competition against Mauritania and Uganda, Sunday Jang Junior (18 years old), resident of Eding FC de la Lekie, is the son of Sunday Jang, former Cameroonian international who was on the expedition to the final phase of the 1996 Africa Cup of Nations, in South Africa But unlike his father, a former Olympique player from Mvolye, who played as a midfielder, Sunday Jang Junior plays a center-forward. Moreover, he was crowned best player and top qualifying scorer for CAN Mauritania 2021, Sunday Jang Junior
Defender Enzo Tchato Mbiayi, resident of Montpelier HSC in France, tenured Saturday for the first time on the left side of the defense against Mozambique, is indeed the son of Bill Tchato, 2002 African champion with the senior Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, Mali
Unlike Sunday, Etoâ ???? o and Tchato, the young Milla Kevin Prince, member of Renaissance de Ngoumou, Ligue 2 club in Cameroon, is not related to Roger Milla, another legend of Cameroonian football But, a lot of rumors were circulating on social media that he was one of the sons or even grandson of the “old Indomitable Lion”.
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