Cameroon achieves a historic victory over Brazil and leaves the World Cup

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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The Cameroon national team achieved a historic victory over Brazil, 1-0, in the match that brought them together, Friday, at Lusail Stadium.

The only goal of the match, Cameroonian striker Vincent Aboubakar, scored in the second minute of stoppage time during the second half, via an elaborate header that entered the Brazilian net.

After this goal, the American confrontation referee, Ismail Al-Fateh, expelled Abu Bakr, because he took off his shirt to receive the second yellow card, leaving the field smiling because he had scored against the “samba dancers.”

Furthermore, the Cameroonian national team was positioned in the third row of Group G, leaving lead Brazil with 6 points, the latter was not affected by this loss.

As for the runner-up, the Swiss national team gets it, benefiting from its victory with a score of three goals to two, at the expense of the Serbian national team, which finished at the bottom of the group with one point.

Soukaina Sghir

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