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Cameroonian international Gaëlle Enganamouit who plys her football trade with Spanish side CF Malaga has announced her retirement at the age of 28 years according to reports from the Cameroonian women’s football twitter handle FecafootOfficie.

FecafootOfficie tweeted “With the career termination of @NicoGaellenica, a lawn artist leaves the scene. The #LionesIndomptables are grateful for the victories and shared sensations. Good luck with your new projects. @FIFAWWC @CAF_Online #Respect # Lionness4ever #Enfantdesrails”

The world governing body of football FIFA also confirmed this by tweeting “Gaëlle Enganamouit (@NicoGaellenica) announced the end of her career last night. The @FecafootOfficie player participated in two World Cups (2015-2019) 🇨🇲 We wish her a happy retirement and a good continuation. Thank you for all these beautiful moments 👏👏”

Gaëlle Enganamouit who was the former CAF women’s player of the year was the first African to score a hat-trick in the world cup during the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015.