Cameroonian football stalwarts Vincent Aboubakar and André Onana have made triumphant returns after a brief hiatus from the Indomitable Lions, as they both resume training with their respective clubs.
Aboubakar, the captain of the Indomitable Lions, rejoined the action after missing two crucial World Cup qualifiers against Mauritius and Libya due to an injury. His absence, felt deeply by the team, prompted questions about the nature of the setback. Despite no visual evidence of the injury, credible reports confirmed the genuine cause for his non-participation.
Eager to dispel any doubts, Aboubakar swiftly resumed training with Besiktas immediately after the Libya match, showcasing his determination to contribute actively to the club’s ongoing endeavors. His return marks a significant boost for both Besiktas and the Indomitable Lions.
In his absence, Zambo Anguissa admirably stepped into the captaincy role, delivering commendable performances despite the added responsibility. The resilience of the team was evident as they secured victories against Mauritius and a draw with Libya, showcasing their adaptability in the face of challenges.
Simultaneously, André Onana, the Cameroonian goalkeeper, has also returned to training with the Manchester United squad. His full fitness signals his readiness to join the Red Devils’ squad in their upcoming fixture against Everton this weekend. Onana’s availability is expected to strengthen Manchester United as they prepare for the challenging match ahead.
Despite the absence of both Aboubakar and Onana during the Libya match, the Lions showcased their mettle, securing commendable results. The victory against Mauritius (3-0) and the draw with Libya (1-1) underscore the team’s depth and resilience.
As the Indomitable Lions press forward in their campaign, the return of Aboubakar and Onana injects renewed vigor into the team, highlighting their indispensable roles in the pursuit of success.
Gilles Noubissi contributed to this article