Cameroon still beat Mozambique in the qualifiers


Cameroon beat Mozambique 1-0 in Group D in the African Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup on 11 October 2021 in Tangier (Morocco). With 9 points taken in four matches, the Cameroonians remain in the race for a place in the final round. The indomitable lions will have to fight in November with the Ivorians and Malawi to quit first.

“Operation Mozambique” completed for the Cameroon team, in the qualifiers for WC 2022. Three days after beating the Mozambicans 3-1 in Douala, the Cameroonians broke “outside” again, on October 11, 2021 in Tangier (Morocco).

During this group D meeting, which was moved to Morocco (lack of stadium standards in Mozambique), the indomitable lions gave the essentials. In terms of gameplay, the future hosts are for Africa Cup of Nations 2021 (January 9 – February 6, 2022) did not appeal.

In the first period, apart from a too soft volley from Karl Toko-Ekambi (15th) and then a beautiful rake-cross-strike sequence from Vincent Aboubakar (22nd), the Cameroonians hardly proved to be in their favor.

Mozambique out of the race During the second period, Geny Catamo (goal scorer in Douala) even put the pressure from Cameroon goalkeeper Devis Epassy with a distant and powerful strike (57th).

However, a mistake by Mozambican goalkeeper Ernan Siluane will change everything. With 68 minutes played, a phenomenal play on the left side freed Siluane, of Michael Ngadeu, to dash through and score another goal for the visitors. The defender catapults him to the back of the net, with a headline: 0-1.

A goal that allows the Cameroonians to count 9 points and the first place in group D while waiting for the Ivory Coast – Malawi (scheduled for Monday at 17.00 UT) and their November meetings against Malawi (fifth day) and Ivory Coast (6th day) …

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