Opponent Watch: Road to Tokyo 2020 Olympics Indomitable Lionesses Hold The Les Elephates To A Goalless Draw
Cote D’lvoire 0 – 0 Cameroon
The Les Elephantes were yesterday held to a goalless draw at home by the Indomitable Lionesses in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Qualifier 1st Leg of the Fourth Round played at the Parc des Sports de Treichville in Abidjan.
Going into this match Cameroon was a more favorable side especially having had an upper edge over the Ivorians in the previous 3 meetings with the Indomitable Lionesses Triumphed in all rounds.
Before this round, Cameroon managed to eliminate DR Congo via a 5-2 aggregate win while The Les Elephantes had to be favored through the away goal rule being held to a Nil-Nil draw at home before forcing a scoring draw against the Super Falcons of Nigeria 1-1 at their backyard to set up a date with Cameroon.
Both sides failed to find the back of the net in the whole 90 minutes a result which opens up the tie going into the return match Slated for Tuesday, November 12 in Yaounde.
The Winner in this match will progress to the 5th Round where they will meet either Zambia or Kenya who also has some unfinished business and will take to the pitch tomorrow Monday at Lusaka’s Nkoloma Stadium to decide who makes the final round.
The Copper Queens and The Harambee Starlets played to a 2-2 Draw on Friday at The Moi International Sports Center in Kasarani a result which Favors the Coach Bruce Mwape side on Paper as they will be aiming to count on home ground advantage while his opposite counterpart David Ouma said they are here for a win.
First Leg – Results
08.11.2019 – Kenya 2 – 2 Zambia, Nairobi.
09.11.2019 – Cote D’lvoire 0 – 0 Cameroon, Abidjan.
Second Leg Fixtures
11.11.2019 – Zambia vs Kenya, Lusaka.
12.11.2019 – Cameroon vs Cote D’lvoire, Yaounde.
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