November 29, 2021

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Cameroon will replace teammate Ivory Coast and Barrage

Cameroon will replace teammate Ivory Coast and Barrage

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Thanks to a goal by Carl Toko-Ekambi, Cameroon beat Cote d’Ivoire (1-0) and won the only qualifying ticket for the 2022 World Cup play-offs in Group D.

Spectators at the Ahmadou-Ahidzo Stadium in Yaound get a glimpse of what will happen to them within three months of Cameron’s next African Cup of Nations, the Indomitable Lions and the Elephants (1-0).

The Cameroon-Ivory Coast Historically football has been honored and this Tuesday, November 16th is no exception to the rule with its share of tension, suspense, drama, joy and remorse. Ticket share for the 2022 World Cup play-offs has led to this shock among the major teams on the continent, but has declined in recent years.

Onana looked up

These last day data from Pool D are clear: Cameroon welcomes the leader, C డిte d’Ivoire (13 points +8) to find out who will win the only ticket in play for the 2nd (12 points +8). And Cameroon handled the meeting better with the goal of Carl Toko-Ekambi, who put it into orbit. The Leon striker, who is almost on a personal feat, opened the scoring on the 21st with a superb strike under the bar. This is the sole purpose of the meeting.

The Ivorians have a chance to make a comeback, but not the certainty of fooling unstoppable goalkeeper Andre Onana. Neither Frank Kessie (33rd), nor Sebastian Haller (78th) failed to take the Ajax goalkeeper from Amsterdam, where Pepe revived the Ivory attack.

Cameroon made the right match on a turf that was not the best and secured its place in the play-offs. In the meantime, there will be a CAN to organize and win before dreaming about the World Cup.

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