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Cameroon snatch World Cup qualifiers against Algeria

Cameroon snatch World Cup qualifiers against Algeria

Algeria will recast this goal lost at the end of the night and extend (1-2) for several months. Riyad Mahrez and others’ World Cup dream faded with this recovery from Cameroon striker Karl Toko Ekambi in the last game of the match (120 + 5). Seven minutes ago, the Greens witnessed their qualification for Qatar after the equalizing goal of Ahmed Tuba (118), who replaced them in the lead after winning the first leg (0-1).

Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting admitted it, using too little on the evening of last Friday’s (0-1) home defeat to Algeria, their first on home soil since 1998: “Not our best game”. This Tuesday, the Bavarian striker and captain of the Cameroon national team seemed to rebel by opening the scoring after a failed exit from Rais M’Bolhi (22). But he certainly did not expect such an epic result. The Indomitable Lions carried their title perfectly in the zeal of Mustafa Çakır Stadium which was full.

Algeria had all the trouble in the world to be serious for an hour. As a good technical leader, Riyad Mahrez woke up his team in two stages. Sending out the first Panderella from outside the area, Andre Onana blocked him well. In the corner, the Manchester City winger dropped the ball on the head of Abdelkader Badran, who flew over everyone but missed the goal (55). Subsequently, it was the top scorer of the first half, Islam Slimani, who forced the Ajax goalkeeper to completely relax.

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Player: Andre Onana passable

Jamal Belmadi’s players are definitely back. They refocused on the essentials: the field, having expended a lot of energy cursing the referee. But it was above all the beginning of the Unana show. The last fortress stopped everything in the sprawl against Ben Nasser and “Super Slim”.

His teammates, who suffered white wrath and goal kicks from Soleimani, relied entirely on their goalkeeper to survive. He also saved the Cameroonian VAR for a handball from the former Monaco player on the only time he lost.

Cameroon version Rigobert Song stopped playing very soon. To make matters worse, Chubu Moting was injured an hour later when he had been excellent until then. The Cameroonians still had the chance to kill the match earlier, but Mbolhi eliminated his initial mistake by launching an exceptional double show with his foot and then his hand (67th place). In the end, it was Toko Ekambi who sent his country to Qatar.