Breel Embolo’s 48th-minute strike against Cameroon at the Al Janoub Stadium this November 24, 2022 means the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon have now lost their last eight World Cup games. A situation they need to improve as they prepare to throw weights with Serbia on day-2 of their 2022 Qatar World Cup expedition.
As it stands, the boys of Rigobert Song occupy the third postion in Group G luckily because she conceded just a single goal as opposed to her next opponent Serbia that sunk to a 2-0 defeat in the hands of the Selecao of Brazil
The South American side under Coach Tite now enjoys leadership in Group G with three points and two goals to her credit. European team, Switzerland is second on the point chat with three and a goal scored against Cameroon.
Cameroon like Serbia have to convince each other, either the Central African team of Cameroon wins or Serbia wins for both to count a point in the competition or better still leave many to doubt their stay at the 22nd World Cup in Qatar
While Switzerland were slightly outdone by Cameroon in the first half, they were tactically overshadowed in the second half of play, limiting the attacks and energy of the Indomitable Lions.
Infact, many people think Cameroon just did not have the best of luck looking at the tight ball possession of 51 percent and 49 for team Cameroon.
The indomitable Lions of Cameroon will clash with Serbia earlier on Monday, November 28 and group mates Brazil and Switzerland will face-off later in the evening. Results at the end of the games will be decisive as another defeat on Serbia will mean an early exit likewise Cameroon.
As at now, Richarlison’s second goal at the 73rd minute to give Brazil 2-0 goal tally has been described as the goal of the competition. The out of spot-kick fling remains historic and memorable in the Qatar big football event.
Back in the Indomitable Lion’s den, calm is supreme, the energy is promising, the hopes are that of a true lion. Infact, the players looked ahead and had a very successful training while counting on the days to avenge on the Serbian team and win hearts after falling off the hands of Switzerland in their world cup entry game.
Benly Anchunda, Doha, Qatar