Cameroon goalkeeper: from playing in Guijuelo to being the MVP against Brazil

The surprising victory of Cameroon against Brazil featured Epassy quote. The goalkeeper is the one who supported his team in the match thanks to his saves during the 90 minutes, until Aboubakar scored the winning goal. Unknown to all and in the shadow of Onana in Cameroonian football, the MVP of the duel who measured the indomitable lions He took his first steps against the five-time champion on his debut in the extinct Second B, playing at Guijuelo in the 2014-2015 season.

French by birth, epassy he trained in the quarries of Rennes and Lorient, before coming to Spain. It reached the third category in 2014, at a Guijuelo who was active there at the time. He considered that his time with the Salamanca team would be a great opportunity to turn professional, but his adventure was cut short after a few months.

He played 12 games under the sticks of Guijuelo in which he conceded 11 goals. It was difficult for him to earn a place in the XI, as he started as a substitute. But he was forced to end his stay at the club early. During the winter market, he terminated his contract due to non-payments and financial problems that the current club of the second federation was going through.

He was without a team until the following summer, when he was hired by the French from Avranches and there he began an escalation that led him, after passing through several Greek teams, to the Abha Saudi Now he saw how the opportunity to debut in a world and becoming the best player in an epic victory for Cameroon against Brazil, although it did not help the Africans to qualify for the knockout stages, as they were not dependent on themselves.

The player became the main novelty of the Cameroonian team during the second match of the group stage, when it was learned that Onana he gave up concentration. International since 2021, it was time for Epasy to make its debut in a World Cup event. Against Serbia they conceded three goals, but against Brazil they managed to run away and not concede.