Linafoot: Maxwell Djoumekou, the surprising top scorer in the Play-offs

Linafoot: Maxwell Djoumekou, the surprising top scorer in the Play-offs
Linafoot: Maxwell Djoumekou, the surprising top scorer in the Play-offs

Almost unknown to the Linafoot offensive battalion, the Congo Eagles striker, Maxwell Djoumekou, is the current top scorer in the play-off phase of the National Football League (Linafoot). With his 5 goals, he leads the way ahead of Mwaku (Lupopo, 4 goals) and company.

The Cameroonian striker scored twice against CS Don Bosco on Wednesday at the Martyrs stadium, making a total of 5 goals to his credit in this decisive phase of the championship. He suddenly stole the spotlight from four other scorers who were before him. Horso Mwaku 4 goals (FC Saint Eloi Lupopo), Jephté Kitambala 4 goals (AS Maniema Union), Elie Mpanzu 4 goals (AS Vita Club), and Fily Traoré 4 goals (TP Mazembe) follow the Cameroonian gunner. Rodrigue Kitwa (AS Maniema Union) and Patient Mwamba (TP Mazembe), who come just after with 3 goals each, according to statistics consulted by ACP.

Ten players scored two goals, specifies the same Source: Cheick Fofana 2 goals (TP Mazembe), Mpiana Monzizi 2 goals (AS Vita Club), Georges Mpole 2 goals (FC Saint Eloi Lupopo), Christian Landu Tshiama 2 goals (AS Dauphin Black), Elyakim Musoni 2 goals (CS Don Bosco), Dieumerci Lupini 2 goals (AS Maniema Union), Glody Likonza 2 goals (TP Mazembe), Cyrille Mutuelle 2 goals (FC Lubumbashi Sport), Shuwa Bapeleki 2 goals (CS Don Bosco ) and Agée Basiala 2 goals (AS Maniema Union). Aged Basiala sits on the side of the best decisive passers with 4 assists, followed by Denis Mutuila, with 3 assists, our teammate at ManU.

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