2010 World Cup Winner Marveled By Comoros Consolation Goal in Cameroon Defeat

2010 World Cup Winner Marveled By Comoros Consolation Goal in Cameroon Defeat

Lukman Mumuni
January 25, 2022 at 2:45 PM
  • Cesc Fabregas has reacted to Youssouf M'Changama's goal against Cameroon at the Africa Cup of Nations
  • The former Arsenal and Chelsea star has been watching the tournament in Cameroon and seems to be enjoying it
  • Cameroon defeated 10-man Comoros to progress to the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations

Cesc Fabregas, a member of Spain's 2010 World Cup-winning squad, was left in awe after Comoros star Youssouf M'Changama netted a goal of the tournament contender at AFCON.

Fabregas, who was watching the game between Cameroon and Comoros, quickly took to Twitter to reach after M'Changama fired from 30 yards.

The game aroused high interest after the AFCON debutants, Comoros, went into the match without a goalkeeper and had to depend on left-back Chaker Alhadhur to keep the post.

Cesc Fabregas during a presser at AS Monaco. SOURCE: Twitter/ @AS_Monaco_EN @ghanasoccernet
Fabregas Reacts to Youssouf M'Changama's goal against Cameroon at AFCON. SOURCE: Twitter/ @AS_Monaco_EN @ghanasoccernet
Source: Twitter

Fabregas immediately the goal was scored wrote:

"Mamma Mia what a goal!!"

African fans react to Fabregas' post after M'Changama's goal

His reaction got many African football fans engaging him under the tweet, with many surprised he was watching AFCON.

See the reactions below:

@TafoBoyisOkay reacted:

@NoelDarkwah commented:

Another fan Boudhan Moha, tweeted the video of the goal under Cesc's post.

@henenkumbe3 noted:

@moses_yankah wrote:

Chris Meek added:

"Glad you are watching the best tournament in the world... AFCON to the world."

Debutants Comoros score goal of the tournament

Earlier, reported that, Minions Comoros might have been knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations, but the debutants will certainly leave the competition with their heads held high.

Not only did they marginally lose to tournament favourites Cameroon in the last 16, but the small nation was also impressive in the group stages, and managed to scrape to the knockout stages at the expense of giants Ghana, whom they beat 3-2.

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Lukman Abdul Mumin is a Sports Journalist based in Accra, Ghana. He has been writing for the past five years. Lukman joined Sports Brief as an Editor for the Local Desk in 2022.
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