Otjozondjupa Convincingly Defeat Ohangwena

Otjonzondjupa captain, Glen Kamushete produced an inspired second half which saw him scoring two goals in quick succession to lift his team to a well-deserved victory over Ohangwena at the fully packed Oscar Norich Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The sharpshooting winger scored the first of his brace with a fast-flying pile-driver which eluded Ohangwena goalkeeper Peter Amunyele and the nimble-footed forward displayed the same composure to thump home his second and his side’s third.

This time his effort came off the upright to roll into the net.

Ohangwena sweeper Lukas Shipale summed up his side’s poor his form when his attempted headed clearance flew past his bewildered goalie and into his own net to give Otjozundjupa a 4 – 0 victory.

A powerfully headed goal from midfielder Abner Hauwanga of Otjozondjupa turned out to the highlight of the rather uninspiring opening half between two of the most supported teams of Group C on Saturday afternoon.

The two teams failed to impress during a period which only saw half chances turned out to be the order of the day – mostly because of poor passing and a lack of intelligent movement from both sets of strikers which made the midfielder struggle to connect with their teammates upfront.

Scoring chances were scant but Hauwanga sent the Otjozundjupa supporters in the stands into frenzy as he jumped the highest to send a gly headed ball past the outstretched arms of Peter Amunyele in the Ohangwena goal.

Glen Kamushete received his man of the match award from The Namibian’s Lizah Bezuidenhoudt.

Source : The Namibian