- Rigobert Song has suggested that Cameroon have all it takes to beat Brazil to reach the World Cup second round
- The Indomitable Lions have just one point in two games, but they need maximum points against the Samba Boys
- Song stated that his side are not taking part in the World Cup just to take part as an ordinary team
Any result short of victory against Brazil will see Cameroon crash out in the group stage of the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The Indomitable Lions' head coach, Rigobert Song, has expressed confidence that his boys have all it takes to beat the South Americans.
Having won their opening two games, Brazil top Group G with six points, followed by Switzerland, who have three points.
Cameroon and Serbia have a point each, meaning a loss for either side during their respective final group games will surely confirm their exit from the tournament.
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Speaking after their 3-3 draw with Serbia, Song said at his post-match press conference, via Complete Sports:
“We believe we can do it against Brazil. We didn’t come to the World Cup to just make up the numbers, to take part.
“We think we can still have a say in the tournament even if we know Brazil is a great team.”
Onana leaves the Cameroon camp
Onana was billed to man the post for Cameroon in their all-important tie with Serbia but was reportedly dropped from the squad on the back of a tense meeting with head coach Rigobert Song.
According to multiple reports, the 26-year-old shot-stopper was dropped out entirely from the Cameroon squad due to disciplinary reasons.
Cameroon fans blast Song, Eto’o
Sports Brief earlier reported that fans are upset with team manager Rigobert Song and the country’s FA president Samuel Eto’o following the decision to send goalkeeper Andre Onana packing from the tournament.
Onana was billed to man the post for Cameroon in their all-important tie with Serbia but was reportedly dropped out of the squad on the back of a tense meeting with the coach.
Second choice Devis Epassy was in goal against the Serbians, and the shot-stopper conceded three goals in the encounter as it ended 3-3.
Source: Sports Brief News