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Cameroon defeated a Brazil side resting a host of regulars but still saw their World Cup campaign ended after an entertaining encounter at Lusail Stadium.

Vincent Aboubakar header the winner in stoppage time but his joy immediately turned to disappointment as he was given a second yellow card for taking his shirt off.

Cameroon had acquitted themselves well throughout as Bryan Mbuemo brought an outstanding save from Manchester City‘s

Ederson, deputising for Liverpool keeper Alisson, but Switzerland’s victory over Serbia ended the African team’s chances of reaching the last 16.


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With his side having already qualified after their first two games, Brazil coach Tite made 10 changes and Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli took

the chance to impress with a fine performance in which he was thwarted on several occasions by Cameroon keeper Devis Epassy.

The pre-tournament favourites finished top of Group G despite the loss and now meet South Korea in the knockout phase after their

dramatic late win against Portugal saw them edge out Uruguay, who beat Ghana, on goals scored.



Cameroon vs Brazil XI: Team News Possible Lineup

Brazil have already qualified as group winners, Cameroon hope for a victory should incase Switzerland and Serbia end their match in a draw.

Brazil nervously awaits to see what transpires with Neymar’s ankle.

Injured in the Selecao’s opening Group G win over Serbia, the 30-year-old is definitely out of

their final group game against Cameroon and faces a race against time to be fit for the knockouts.

Clearly, that is a major worry but manager Tite is at least afforded the opportunity to rotate on Friday.

Already through as group winners, plenty of changes are expected.

Ederson, Alex Telles, Fabinho, Bruno Guimaraes and Antony could all start, with Gabriel Jesus potentially replacing Richarlison up front.

Alex Sandro and Danilo are sidelined along with Neymar, however.


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Cameroon: Andre Onana has been sent home after a falling out with the management,

while captain Vincent Aboubakar has surely done enough to start following his brilliant goal against Serbia on Monday.

Devis Epassy will be expected to continue in goal for the Indomitable Lions.

Cameroon Possible Lineup:


Fai, Castelletto, N’Koulou, Tolo;

Anguissa, Hongla, Kunde;

Mbeumo, Aboubakar, Choupo-Moting


Brazil Possible Lineup:


Militao, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Telles;


Rodrygo, Guimaraes, Paqueta, Vinicius Jr;


Cameroon vs Serbia 3-3 Highlights (Download Video)

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Serbia rebounding from a 1-0 deficit to take a 3-1 lead before Cameroon rushed back to level the match.

Both are still in the competition, but Cameroon must now beat Brazil and hope, while a win over Switzerland should do it for Serbia.

With both sides needing a win, both went for it in an entertaining half, Serbia with the greater quality.

But a well-taken corner earned Cameroon the lead, Jean-Charles Castelletto tapping home at the back post after a fine flick-on from Nicolas N’Koulou.


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The setback knocked Serbia a little, but by the end of the 45, they were back in charge,

scoring twice in six added minutes through Strahinja Pavlovic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

to turn the game around and, when Aleksandr Mitrovic added a third on 53 minutes, the game looked over.

But almost immediately afterwards, Rigobert Song sent on Vincent Boubakar,

who scored a glorious livener – disallowed, then allowed by VAR and the semi-automatic offside situation – then set up Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting for a tap-in at the end of a terrific counter.




Switzerland vs Cameroon 1-0 Highlights (Download Video)

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Breel Embolo scored the game’s only goal to give Switzerland a 1-0 win in their Group G opener against Cameroon.

The Cameroon-born striker broke the deadlock minutes into the second half after an end-to-end first half ended all square.

Switzerland were dominant in the opening exchanges of the first half but it was Cameroon

who had the better chances as Karl Toko-Ekambi and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting wasted key chances.


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After the break, Switzerland were quick out of the blocks again and took advantage this time as Embolo fired them ahead from close-range in the 48th minute.

It’s Switzerland’s sixth straight opening game at the World Cup without defeat, their last loss coming against Germany in 1966.



Switzerland vs Cameroon XI: Team News Possible Lineup

Switzerland and Cameroon will meet for the first time ever Today as both will be hopeful of progressing from a tough group that also includes Brazil and Serbia.

Switzerland hoping their star goalkeeper is fit to start.

Murat Yakin’s Swiss side will be captained in Qatar by Granit Xhaka and possesses plenty of international experience, with particular strength defensively.

Yann Sommer is set to be fit to start in goal after overcoming his ankle injury to give Yakin a timely boost ahead of the tournament.

Switzerland were beaten by Ghana last week in a warm-up fixture, with a back three utilised,

though may return to a more familiar defensive four for their World Cup opener.

Denis Zakaria, seldom sighted during his loan at Chelsea this season, may find it tough to force

his way into a competitive midfield, while Breel Embolo is likeliest to start up front as Switzerland seek a more consistent attacking output.


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Cameroon: prepared for the World Cup with a 1-1 draw against Panama last Friday.

Now back under the management of Rigobert Song, they arrive at this tournament with few major injury concerns,

though there have been questions raised about possible interference from above in Song’s 26-player selection for the campaign.

Still, it looks a strong squad, with midfielder Andre-Frank Anguissa likely to play a key role after an excellent start to the season at Napoli.

Brentford’s Bryan Mbeumo was a French youth international but opted to play for Cameroon,

the country of his father, during the summer, and is competing for a spot in the forward line with plenty of options at Song’s disposal.

Predicted Switzerland XI (4-2-3-1):


Widmer, Schar, Akanji, Rodriguez;

Freuler, Xhaka;

Shaqiri, Sow, Vargas;


Predicted Cameroon XI (4-3-3):


Ebosse, Castelletto, N’Koulou, Fai;

Ntcham, Anguissa, Gouet;

Mbeumo, Aboubakar, Choupo-Moting.

AFCON 2021: Cameroon Vs Ethiopia 4-1 Highlights (Watch& Download)

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The Hosts Cameroon became the first team to qualify for the last 16 at the Africa Cup of Nations with an emphatic 4-1 win over Ethiopia in Group A.

Forwards Vincent Aboubakar and Karl Toko-Ekambi scored twice each after Ethiopia took an early lead in Yaounde.

Hotessa Dawa slid home after four minutes but the hosts were level after eight as Toko-Ekambi headed home.

In the second half, Aboubakar struck twice, and Lyon’s Toko-Ekambi then added his second after 67 minutes.


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Cameroon are certain to qualify for the next stage as one of the best four third-placed sides at the very least,

but will win their group if they avoid defeat against Cape Verde on Monday.

After scoring two penalties as the Burkinabe were beaten 2-1 on the opening day.

Cameroon captain Aboubakar is the tournament’s top scorer – with his header and tap-in taking him to four goals.

He now has a record of five goals from 10 Nations Cup games, a marked improvement from his first eight games, which produced just one goal – the winner itself in the 2017 final.

The Indomitable Lions, who are seeking a sixth Nations Cup title for Cameroon, have now won six games in a row – and have both feet in the last 16, with six points to their name.



AFCON 2021:  Camerooon vs Burkina Faso 2-1 Highlights (Watch&Download).

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Konate and Sanogo on for Burkina Faso. 20 mins left for them to get something from this match. As it stands, the hosts will be getting their tournament off to a winning start.

Njie is not here to waste time! Shoots from outside the box and catches it really well, but it’s just wide. Both sides letting fly from range, unable to create much in terms of chances inside the box.


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Guess who? Traore picks it up and he brings it forward once again. Strike from range, easily saved by Onana. Two subs from Cameroon, as they bring on Choupo-Moting and N’Jie.

Traore goes on another mazy run, and he beats three Cameroon defenders.

Tries to play it wide but Tolo is on hand to hammer it up the pitch.

Aboubakar then tries to bundle his way through the defence and very nearly does, but two Burkina Faso defenders fly in to stop him. Don’t need a third penalty!

That delay has killed the pace of the game a bit, both sides struggling to get back up to speed. Probably just under 30 minutes to go including stoppage time. Burkina Faso still right in this.

AT LAST! And after all that, the decision stands. Offside. No hat-trick for Aboubakar. Hopefully we don’t have to go to VAR again this evening.




Africans Who Have Scored A Champions League Hat-trick

Yakubu Ayegbeni (Nigeria, Maccabi Haifa)

The former Nigeria striker became Africa’s first player to score a treble in the Champions League.

During his spell at Maccabi Haifa. Having suffered a 5-2 defeat to Manchester United in a Group F encounter.

The Israeli top-flight side bounced back with a 3-0 demolition of Olympiacos on,

September 24, 2002 in Nicosia.

It was a relatively unknown ‘Yak’ who got all the goals against the Greek top-flight side.

Didier Drogba (Cote d’Ivoire, Olympique Marseille)

Drogba joined Yakubu in the hallowed ranks of Africans to have found the net on three occasions on October 1, 2003.

The Cote d’Ivoire football icon hit a second-half treble to help Olympique Marseille see off Serbian side FK Partizan 3-0 inside Stade Velodrome.

Nonetheless, the Ligue 1 outfit failed to progress past the group stage that boasted FC Porto and Real Madrid.

He got his second hat-trick on September 27, 2006, in Chelsea’s 3-1 triumph over Levski Sofia in London.


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Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon, Barcelona)

En route to when Barcelona lifted the European crown for the second time in their history.

Thee Spanish top-flight side beat Panathinaikos 5-0 at Camp Nou during a Group C encounter on November 2, 2005.

Mark Van Bommel had handed Barca a first-minute lead.

Before, Eto’o doubled the Blaugrana’s advantage in the 14th minute.

Then Lionel Messi’s 34th-minute effort handed the Spaniards an unpassable lead.

While the Cameroonian star completed the obliteration in the 40th and 65th minutes respectively.

He scored his second hat-trick during his spell at Inter Milan.

As the Serie A outfit humbled Werder Bremen 4-0 on September 29, 2010.


Yacine Brahimi (Algeria, Porto)

Africa had to wait for four years before seeing one of its players join the hat-trick gang again.

This time, it was Brahimi who put up a commanding performance to propel Porto 6-0 past Bate Borisov on September 17, 2014.

Aside from the Algerian’s man-of-the-match performance,

Jackson Martinez, Adrian Lopez and Vincent Aboubakar completed the decimation at the Estadio do Dragao.


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon, Borussia Dortmund)

During his spell at Borussia Dortmund, the Gabon superstar became the first African,

to net a treble in the competition’s knock out phase.

In the Round of 16 second leg fixture against Benfica on March 8, 2017.

Aubameyang contributed three goals before setting up Christian Pulisic in the 4-0 thrashing at Westfalenstadion, to progress 4-1 on aggregate.

Sadio Mane (Senegal, Liverpool)

The Senegal international scored a hat-trick as Liverpool marked their first Champions League knockout game,

for nine years with an emphatic victory, 5-0 at Porto’s Estadio do Dragao in their Champions League last-16 first-leg tie.

MohamedSalah and RobertoFirmino also found the net in the fixture played on February 14, 2018.


Christopher Nkunku (DR Congo, RB Leipzig)

The DR Congo prospect became the first RBLeipzig player to score a Champions League hat-trick.

Having found the net thrice in the Bundesliga side’s 6-3 defeat to ManchesterCikty on Wednesday night.

At the Etihad Stadium, the former France youth international beat goalkeeper Ederson Moraes on three occasions,

as Pep Guardiola’s men hit the German elite division side for six.


Sebastien Haller (Cote d’Ivoire, Ajax)

Haller not only turned in four goals in Ajax’s 5-1 decimation of Sporting CP.

Me matched Marco van Basten’s 29-year-old Champions League record,

as the second player to score four goals on his maiden appearance in the competition’s history.


Afcon 2021: Draw pairs Nigeria with Egypt, Sudan and Guinea Bissau

Nigeria will face Egypt in Group D of the preliminary round of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.

Gernot Rohr’s men, who enjoyed a smooth qualification campaign where they were unbeaten and finished top of their group, have also been tasked with matches against Sudan and Guinea Bissau.

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The draw ceremony which served up plenty of interesting match-ups took place Tuesday evening at Yaounde Conference Centre, Cameroon.

Comoros, who are making their first appearance at the tournament, will have their hands full when they take on Senegal, Ghana and Gabon in Group C.

Algeria must negotiate their way past Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire in Group E if they hope to make it to the second round of the championship.

Elsewhere, Tunisia have been zoned alongside Mali, Mauritania, and Gambia in Group F.

The Super Eagles begin their quest for glory against the Pharaohs at the Roumde Adjia Stadium, Garoua on January 11.

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The 33rd edition of the biennial African football showpiece was due to begin on January 9, 2021, however, it was pushed back to January 2022 due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic that crippled football-related activities.

Before the advent of Covid-19, the competition was moved from June-July 2021 dates to January 2022 due to the unfavourable climate in the West African country during the summer months.

Nigeria last won the championship in 2013 when they defeated Burkina Faso 1-0 in South Africa courtesy of Sunday Mba’s first-half strike.

The three-time African champions finished third at Egypt 2019 after defeating Tunisia in the third-place play-off at Al Salam Stadium, Cairo.

Check out the groups in full below.

Group A Group B
Cameroon Senegal
Burkina Faso Zimbabwe
Ethiopia Guinea
Cape Verde Malawi


Group C Group D
Senegal Nigeria
Ghana Egypt
Comoros Sudan
Gabon Guinea-Bissau


Group E Group F
Algeria Tunisia
Sierra Leone Mali
Equatorial Guinea Mauritania
Cote d’Ivoire Gambia

Before Nations Cup Draw Today, See The Ranks All 24 Qualifiers For The Afcon

Before Nations cup draw today, below are  the all ranks 24 qualifiers for the Afcon.

24. Equatorial Guinea

Victories in Malabo against Libya and Tanzania ensure Equatorial Guinea will play at the Nations Cup for the first time in a tournament that they’re not hosting.

However, it was their 3-2 victory in Libya last year that really offers some hope that they can do more than just make up the numbers.

23. Malawi

Returning to the tournament for the first time in 11 years, they defeated Algeria in the 2010 edition,

They deserve immense credit for eliminating Uganda, but they will face an uphill struggle to escape the group.

22. Ethiopia

Former champions, having won the title in 1962, Ethiopia were one of Africa’s top teams of the 1950 and 1960s, but haven’t won an Afcon game since 1976.

They were excellent at Bahir Dar during their qualifying campaign, averaging three goals per game, but failed to take a single point away.


Three consecutive qualifications is a superb achievement for one of the continent’s smaller nations.

They’ve never won a game at the tournament, but after outclassing Congo-Brazzaville 3-0 at home in their final fixture, they can’t be underestimated.

20.ComorosThis year’s Madagascar, the Comoros are the second Indian ocean island nation to make their Afcon debut over the last two tournaments, having enjoyed dramatic progress in recent years.

The away victory in Togo and the home draw with Egypt demonstrated their nous and ability to grind out results, but the 4-0 hammering by the Pharaohs in Cairo this week highlights the work that lies ahead.

19. Sierra LeonThe last team to qualify, the Leone Stars saw off Benin in a replayed gameweek six fixture after the final group game between the two sides had been postponed due to coronavirus shenanigans.

Sierra Leone can pack a punch – look at how they fought back to hold Nigeria 4-4 – but they will have their work cut out to escape from their Nations Cup group.

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The second of two first-time qualifiers, Gambia have enjoyed immense progress under the tutelage of Tom Saintfiet, who was rewarded with a new contract in the aftermath of their qualifying campaign.

Encouraging results during the 2019 campaign was a sign of things to come, and qualifying ahead of Gabon and the Democratic Republic of Congo is a remarkable achievement.

17. Zimbabwe

The main beneficiaries from Zambia’s latest implosion, Zimbabwe could even afford to be defeated by their near neighbours in their final group game.

The Warriors were a little lightweight—both figuratively and literally—at the last Nations Cup, although their fight back to take a point from Algeria in Harare last year was one of the comebacks of the qualifying campaign.

Certainly, in the likes of Tino Kadewere, Khama Billiat and Knowledge Musona, they have attacking options who can hurt opposition defences.


Like Ethiopia, they’re among the fallen giants of African football, and after taking out South Africa during qualification, they ought not be underestimated.

They largely neutralised Bafana Bafana in Omdurman, took their chances well, and they could cause teams a few troubles in Cameroon.

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Physical and organised, with a touch of class up front, Mauritania managed to build on their debut qualification in 2019…unlike the likes of Burundi and Madagascar.

They lost just once during qualification, and will be targeting their first victory at the Nations Cup come 2022.


Overcamea troubled campaign to advance from Group D, going someway to making amends for missing out on the Nations Cup in 2019.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang remains a lethal operator, capable of firing the Panthers past any other team on their day, and he’ll be desperate to make the most of a final opportunity to enjoy international glory.

13.Cape Verde

Progressed on the final day of qualifiers after defeating Mozambique 1-0 thanks to an own goal.

The Islanders return to the top table after missing the last two tournaments, but they ended the campaign undefeated, without conceding a single goal away from home.

For context, the only other side not to let in a goal on the road during the campaign was Morocco.


Have improved in recent years, with Naby Keita of Liverpool again proving to be the key man in the heart of the park.

He’s unshackled with the national side, tearing forward to influence proceedings in the final third, and Guinea shouldn’t be underestimated next year.


Qualified with ease, only to be defeated by Guinea in their final qualifier earlier this month.

They will be solid operators, but can the likes of Moussa Djenepo, Moussa Marega and Sekou Koita help them improve on recent performances at the Afcon?

10.Burkina Faso

One of the most high-profile absentees at the last Nations Cup, Burkina Faso avoided Zambia’s ‘feat’ of missing out twice in a row and progressed as Group B winners.

Conceded just twice during the qualifying campaign, and recent additions of the likes of Bryan Dabo and Lacina Traore enhance a strong team spearheaded by Bertrand Traore of Aston Villa.


Finalists as recently as 2015, but they’ve been on the decline ever since, and are still trying to find their identity under CK Akonnor.

Controversy overshadowed their international break, but four points from South Africa and Sao Tome e Principe bodes well for the Nations Cup.


Qualifying as hosts, Cameroon have much work to do if they’re to do themselves justice on home soil.

Their recent 2-1 defeat by Cape Verde in Praia only served to highlight the immense work coach Toni Conceicao has to do to if the Central African giants aren’t going to fall flat.

7.Ivory Coast

Underachievers since winning the title in 2015, the Elephants were defeated by Ethiopia earlier in the qualifying campaign, but won their last four games to qualify in style.

Offensively, they have the quality to blow teams away, while the likes of Serge Aurier, Eric Bailly and Willy Boly are among Africa’s most accomplished defenders.


Didn’t break a sweat during qualification, and really turned it on against North African rivals Libya, scoring nine across two games.

In the likes of Wahbi Khazri and Youssef Msakni, they have chiselled veterans who will be desperate to potentially end their international careers with African gold.


Desperate to impress after crashing out ignominiously on home soil, Egypt overcame a slow start to qualification to top Group G with 12 points.

They were particularly brutal in their 4-0 evisceration of the Comoros in their final group game, and in Mohamed Salah, they have a genuine game-changer.


Still not entirely convincing under Gernot Rohr, but the Super Eagles could be contenders to better their third-placed finish in 2019.

They are experienced, have options across the park, and some quality goalscoring options.


The reigning champions have elite offensive options—the kind of quality that can outgun any of their rivals—and they boast strength in depth.

The experience of winning in 2019 will serve them well, but will too many key elements of the side be over the hill come next year?


Still not convincing everyone, but Morocco have an awesome collection of talents, with defensive solidity, options in attack and the creative genius of Hakim Ziyech and Adel Taarabt.


Currently ranked 20th in the world, Senegal will be gunning for their first title in Cameroon and—inspired by Sadio Mane