- Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana had a fallout with Rigobert Song and Samuel Eto'o in Qatar
- The incident forced the experienced goalkeeper out of the Cameroonian national team at the World Cup
- Onana has now spoken that very soon all the world will know what actually went wrong in the team
Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana has posted cryptic message on social media after his fallout with Rigobert Song and Samuel Eto'o at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Onana was booted out of the Cameroonian squad after the country's first game in Qatar with reports claiming that Song and Eto'o were furious with him.
Song was said to have told Onana to change some aspect of his goalkeeping ways which the Inter Milan stopper refused to adhere to.
This forced Song to pull him out of the squad and Onana had no other choice than to return home from Qatar.
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Did Cameroon make it?
Cameroon without Onana recorded a famous 1-0 win over Brazil in their last group G game at the 2022 World Cup, but the victory did not help them reach the last 16.
Days after Cameroon crashed out at the World Cup, Onana has now spoken claiming that time will reveal everything hidden.
Statement made by Onana
''In a world where lying is the most common thing, telling the truth makes you a revolutionary. But in the end, time will put everything in its place.''
Why Mbappe ignored Cameroon
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how father of France striker Kylian Mbappe narrated all that transpired, forcing his son to play for Les Blues rather than Cameroon.
Mbappe was born in Paris to a Cameroonian father, Wilfried, and an Algerian mother, but he had made efforts to play senior national team football for the Central African Country where his dad came from.
Back in 2018, Wilfried alleged that a member of the Cameroon FA requested some money before his son could make the Indomitable Lions’ squad.
In 2018, Mbappe was in sensational form at the World Cup in Russia as he scored four goals, including one in the 4-2 win against Croatia in the final.
He became the second teenager to score in the World Cup final after Brazilian legend Pele.
Source: Sports Brief News