Cameroonian Striker Dorinel Yondjo Aims to Break Victor Osimhen’s Record


Cameroonian striker Dorinel Yondjo is aiming to break a record at the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Algeria 2023. He plans to score at least five goals, surpassing the record set by Nigeria’s Victor Osimhen, who scored four goals and won the golden boot in 2015. Yondjo is confident in his abilities and believes that he can make history with his team in Algeria.

Breaking the Record

Yondjo is inspired by Osimhen’s story and has been keeping tabs on his club and country performances. Yondjo believes he has what it takes to break this record and wants to work hard to achieve it.

“Coming to this competition, to tell you the truth, I did some research to know the very recent top scorers of this tournament. I realized that the best had never exceeded four goals and I will try to work to break this record,” the striker said.

Dreams of Signing with a Big Club

The young striker has big dreams and hopes to follow in Osimhen’s footsteps by signing with a big club after the tournament. He is also inspired by Real Madrid and France forward Karim Benzema. “I watch all his matches, I follow him on Instagram, I download his videos to learn about his movements, the state of mind he brings to the group, his fighting spirit, his leadership when he is on the field, and so on..”

Yondjo’s ultimate goal is to play for Real Madrid and be a part of the best club in the world. He is motivated by the team’s consistent success each season and hopes to pursue his dream of playing for them one day.

With Yondjo’s determination and ambition, he is sure to leave his mark on the U-17 AFCON in Algeria 2023 and potentially become a rising star in the world of football.