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Cameroon attack Brazil with a stoppage-time goal, great hero Vincent Aboubakar turns red when celebrating

Cameroon attack Brazil with a stoppage-time goal, great hero Vincent Aboubakar turns red when celebrating

Cameroon pulled a trick on the final day of the World Cup group stage. Thanks to a late goal from captain Vincent Aboubakar, they beat Brazil 1-0. For example, no country has taken 9 out of 9 in this World Cup, and never before since the World Cup has been played with eight sets of four since 1998.

Key moment: Barely six minutes later, Cameroonian Nohu Tolo managed to clear him with a yellow card after a violent tackle from behind on Anthony.

man of the match Surprisingly, Vincent Aboubakar gave Cameroon the lead in stoppage time. He also took off his shirt and received his second yellow card. What a way out.

We will also remember: Cameroonian goalkeeper Davies Ibasi may have saved the game of his life. The 29-year-old Abha Saudi goalkeeper was unbeatable.

Brazil have already qualified and entered the field with no less than nine other players. They hardly ever compromise on quality. There was still a team with a market value of €525m on the field. The experienced Dani Alves had his time: the 39-year-old right-back was allowed to start at the base and thus became the oldest Brazilian player ever to appear in a World Cup final.

The Cameroonians, who still had a great chance of qualifying, opted for a new centre-back after the three goals against Serbia: Christopher Waugh and Enzo Ibos got the first minutes in the World Cup finals.

Goalkeepers when meeting

During the first half, Brazil was unable to score in the World Cup finals, and that was also the case against Cameroon. The Brazilians showed fragments of their talent and had chances through Gabriel Martinelli and Anthony, among others, but Cameroonian goalkeeper Davies Ibasi was watchful. The biggest chance in the first half came from the Cameroonians. Ederson, the Brazilian goalkeeper who was allowed to play in place of Alisson, had an amazing reaction at the first attempt of the Cameroonian goal. Bryan Mbeumu did indeed see his header tackle, but that didn’t count against the Manchester City goalkeeper. And so the first half ended with all the unpleasantness.

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Photo: AFP

The second half immediately went up and down better. Vincent Abubakar saw his attempt go too far. On the other hand, the Cameroonian goalkeeper continued to impress. Try Martinelli again. The Arsenal winger really deserved a goal, but this darn Ibasi pushed the ball wide of his own net. The 29-year-old Abha goalkeeper of Saudi Arabia had the night of his life.

The game got slower and slower with many substitutions on both sides, until Vincent Aboubakar suddenly struck in injury time. The hero against Serbia now also headed in the winning goal against Brazil. Abubakar took off his shirt and was happy to receive his second yellow card for it. What a moment. Great day for Cameroonians, yet they are being left out.

Cameroon attack Brazil with a stoppage-time goal, great hero Vincent Aboubakar turns red when celebrating

Photo: Reuters

Cameroon: Epassy – Fai, Wooh, Ebosse, Tolo – Kunde (68′ Ntcham), Anguissa, Mbeumo (64′ Toko Ekambi), Ngamaleu (Mbekeli 86′) – Choupo-Moting, Aboubakar

Brazil: Ederson – Dani Alves, Militao, Bremer, Telles (55′ Marquinhos) – Fabinho, Fred (55 Guimarães), Rodrygo (55′ Everton Ribeiro) – Anthony, Martinelli, Jesus

Objectives: Abu Bakr 1-0 (90 + 2′)

Yellow cards: Tolo (6′), Militao (7′), Conde (28′), Faye (32′), Abu Bakr (81′, 90 + 3′), Gemari (85′)

Red cards: Abu Bakr (90 + 3′)

Rule:Ismail Al-Fath (March)