LINAFOOT: Motema Pembe falls in front of Renaissance du Congo (1-2)

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Kinshasa, April 26th, 2021 (CPA).- DC Motema Pembe fell in front of FC Renaissance du Congo on the score of 1-2, Sunday at the Martyrs of Pentecost stadium, in Kinshasa derby counting for the 25th day of the 26th championship National Football League (LINAFOOT). The Immaculate did not offer anything but were overpowered by the « Fibos », who also opened the scoring by Kikwama Mujinga (28th) on a set ball masterfully sent into the top right corner of goalkeeper Kamalanduako Kama. After the break, Papy Kimoto’s men pressed on the accelerator to increase the score by the left side Nzungu Mafwana (58th), at the conclusion of a cushioned transverse with the sequence of a strike in the right window of the goalkeeper Kamalanduako was speechless. While it was believed that Motema Pembe’s fate was sealed on this gap, the latter, with a burst of pride, reduced the score by Sidibe Broulaye (85th). The final whistle will come on this brand, which consecrates Motema Pembe’s first defeat to Renaissance du Congo since its creation 7 years ago. This historic victory, Papy Kimoto’s first since returning to the « Fibos » team.

Kikwama Mujinga « Man of the Match »

The star striker and frontline host of the Congo Renaissance attack, Kikwama Mujinga, was named « Man of the Match » and received a trophy, a check, a pair of boots, a T-shirt, a cap. and a scarf.

RCK and Blessing neutralize each other (2-2)

Racing Club de Kinshasa (RCK) and Blessing FC de Kolwezi, at Lwalaba, neutralized each other by 2-2, Sunday at the Martyrs of Pentecost stadium, in the match of the 23rd day of the 26th championship of the National Football League ( LINAFOOT). Blessing opened the scoring first by Kingu Mido (2nd), followed, on the return from the locker room, by balancing on the scoreboard on a penalty converted by his center forward Mabiala Kinkela (48th). At 1-1, the minutes tick by and we move towards a final result when Blessing, who still had a reserve arrow drawn, regains the advantage thanks to the same Mido (88th), who succeeds there his personal double, 2- 1 for Blessing. While we believe that the carrots are well cooked for RCK, the latter, catchy and without capitulating, with all the energy of the dying, finds salvation following the equalizing goal of Mabiala Kinkela (90th), in response to the double by Kingu Mido. Thus, RCK escapes the embrace of Blessing, who is forced in extremis to share (2-2). After his 9th draw of the season, RCK is still in 13th place with 21 points in 25 outings, tied with Simba de Kolwezi, who has 22 matches. Blessing, 24 matches delivered, goes back to 8th place with 30 units, up to AC Rangers.

Blessing’s Kiakonho Kingu Mido was named “Man of the Match”.

Mazembe held in check by JSK (2-2)

TP Mazembe of Lubumbashi again recorded a draw this time in front of the Jeunesse Sportive de Kinshasa, on the mark of 2-2, Sunday in his town of Kamalondo, in Lubumbashi, on behalf of the 18th day of the 26th championship national.

Guy Stéphane Bedi opened the scoring for the Lubumbashi Ravens, before JSK equalized by Trésor Salakiaku. Etienne Rabby Mayombo gave the foals of coach Pamphile Mihayo the advantage, followed by Guycha Bakajika’s second equalizer with a shot over 25 meters

RCK and Blessing neutralize each other (2-2) at LINAFOOT

Racing Club de Kinshasa (RCK) and Blessing FC de Kolwezi, at Lwalaba, neutralized each other by 2-2, Sunday at the Martyrs de la Pentecôte stadium, in match day 23 of the 26th National Football League Championship (LINAFOOT). Blessing opened the scoring first with Kingu Mido (2nd), followed, on the return from the locker room, by balancing on the scoreboard from a penalty converted by center forward Mabiala Kinkela (48th). At 1-1, the minutes tick by and we move towards a final result when Blessing, who still had a reserve arrow drawn, regains the advantage thanks to the same Mido (88th), who succeeds there his personal double, 2- 1 for Blessing. While we believe that the carrots are well cooked for RCK, the latter, catchy and without capitulating, with all the energy of the dying, finds salvation following the equalizing goal of Mabiala Kinkela (90th), in response to the double by Kingu Mido. Thus, RCK escapes the embrace of Blessing, who is forced in extremis to share (2-2). After his 9th draw of the season, RCK is still in 13th place with 21 points in 25 outings, tied with Simba de Kolwezi, who has 22 matches. Blessing, 24 games delivered, goes back to 8th place with 30 units, up to AC Rangers. Blessing’s Kiakonho Kingu Mido was named “Man of the Match”.