Etoile du Congo took third place spot after latest 3-0 win against Nathalys
By Firedadj | self meida writer
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Etoile du Congo played against Nathaly's in the Congo Republic Premier League and won 3-0 as they took third place on the table.
Etoile du Congo played their latest fixture in the Congo Republic Premier League, and managed to win the match 3-0 at home against Nathaly's. Etoile du Congo impressed when they set the lead very early in the first half of the match leading 1-0 at the half time break. They scored two goals in the second half of the match, as they final goal were scored late in injury time. Etoile du Congo also managed to keep a clean sheet at home, as they picked up all three points from the match to move from seventh on the table to the third place spot.
Etoile du Congo opened the scoring very early in the 10th minute of the match, as they scored to lead the match at 1-0. Etoile extend their lead to 2-0 in the second half of the match, when they scored their second goal in the 71st minute of the match. Etoile du Congo scored their final goal in the 90+2 minute of the match as they managed to win the match 3-0 in the end.
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