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2013 AfroBasket: Cameroon beat Mozambique at the 1/8 Finals - Aug 26, 2013


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Cameroon-Mozambique 75:42

Cameroon beat Mozambique at the 1/8 Finals to seal the Quarterfinal berth. Cameroon posted a comfortable 75:42 in the second game of Monday actions.
Both teams scored 14 points each in the first period, while Cameroon dominated the rest of the game. They won the second frame 21-8 and added 15-9 run in the third quarter. Moreover Cameroon finished the game with a 25-11 surge and advanced to the Quarterfinals. MOUNDOU MISSI score the last three points in the game for the final result.
Christian Bayang (195-G-87) and Gaston Essengue (203-F/C-83, college: UNLV) top-scored for the winners with 13 points each, while Mbah a Moute Luc netted 11. Alfred Aboya (206-F/C-85, college: UCLA) delivered 8 points in a win. Custodio Muchate (200-C-82) prdouced 12 points in the losing effort and Augusto Matos (186-PG-90) brought 7. Fernando Mandlate (191-G-85) scored 5 and Octavio Magolico (200-C-84) added 4.

Cameroon: Christian Bayang 13, Gaston Essengue 13, Mbah a Moute Luc 11, Alfred Aboya 8
Mozambique: Custodio Muchate 12, Augusto Matos 7, Fernando Mandlate 5, Octavio Magolico 4  



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