Cameroon's Bafia overcome slow start to beat Congo's Espoir
Bafia attacking against Espoir

Bafia attacking against Espoir

23 March 2017

 

 Tunis, Tunisia, March 23, 2017- Bafia of Cameroon fought for more than 2 hours to overcome Congo's Espoir in epic five setter 3-2 (22-25, 25-19, 25-22, 26-28, 18-16) in the quarterfinal 9 to 16 places match at 2017 Men's African Club Championship at Ben Arous Hall in Tunis, Tunisia on Thursday.

 

 Bafia started in a sluggish performance to lose the first set when Espoir controlled the games, before they score two successive sets to lead 2-1. The fourth set was the most exciting as both teams exchange the leading until Espoir saved the match to draw 2-2 and extend the match to tiebreak.

 

 Again the tiebreaker was a thrilling face off until Bafia settled the match 18-16 to play for 9 to 12 positions, leaving Espoir to compete for the 13 to 16 places.

 

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