Cameroon Vs Brazil – Group G-World Cup 2022 – full match and goals download 4k media
Match Line Ups
The much-anticipated FIFA World Cup 2022 Group G match between Cameroon and Brazil is finally here! Both teams will face off at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar.
Team lineups have been announced, with the starting 11 for Cameroon including goalkeeper Andre Onana, defenders Aurelien Chedjou, Nicolas Nkoulou, Joël Matip, Gaëtan Bong, midfielders Eyong Enoh, Alex Song and Edgar Salli. Forwards include Benjamin Moukandjo, Eric Choupo-Moting and Vincent Aboubakar.
Brazil’s starting lineup includes Neto in goal; Danilo Luiz da Silva at right-back; David Luiz and Marquinhos as centre-backs; Marcelo Vieira at left-back; Casemiro as defensive midfielder; Paulinho and Philippe Coutinho as midfielders; Willian José, Roberto Firmino and Neymar Jr. upfront.
The match kicked off with a goal from Cameroon’s Vincent Aboubakar in the 22nd minute of play. However Brazil responded quickly with a goal from Neymar Jr. just four minutes later to level the score 1-1 at half time. The second half saw no more goals but some intense action from both sides as they fought for the win. In the end Cameroon were unable to find a winning goal and so the game ended 1-1.
1st Half Analysis
The first half of the match between Cameroon and Brazil was a tightly contested affair. Cameroon struggled to get shots on goal in the first half, but they managed to hold Brazil to just one goal while also creating a few chances of their own.
Brazil’s goal came in the 32nd minute when Philippe Coutinho drove in a low shot from the edge of the area which gave goalkeeper Charles Itandje no chance. Although Coutinho was isolated for most of the match, he made his presence felt with this stunning strike.
Cameroon had their best chance of the first half when Clinton Njie got through on goal but he could only fire his shot straight at Alisson Becker in Brazil’s goal.
The teams went into halftime with Brazil leading 1-0, giving them an advantage going into the second half and making it all to play for as both teams look for a crucial three points in Group G at Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Cameroon struck late to secure a 1-0 win over Brazil in their final Group G match at the Qatar World Cup 2022. Vincent Aboubakar scored the decisive goal two minutes into stoppage time, heading home from close range after a corner kick. It was a hard-fought victory for Cameroon, who had to withstand plenty of pressure from Brazil throughout the match. The Brazilian team, which was missing several stars due to injuries and suspensions, had numerous chances but were unable to break through the Cameroon defense. In the end, it was Aboubakar’s strike that sealed the victory for Cameroon and secured them second place in their group
Final Score & Highlights
Cameroon pulled off a massive upset as they defeated Brazil 1-0 in their final Group G match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In the 92nd minute, Vincent Aboubakar scored the decisive goal for Cameroon and sent them through to the knockout stages. However, his celebration saw him get a second yellow card and sent off which meant he couldn’t take part in any further matches in the competition.
The match between Cameroon and Brazil was an intense affair with both teams playing their hearts out to reach the knockout stages of the tournament. Portugal’s win over Uruguay meant that either team could progress with a win on Friday night and it was Cameroon who eventually found that winner through Aboubakar’s late goal.
Eurosport provided live updates throughout this thrilling encounter between two nations that are very familiar with each other on the football pitch. From stats to highlights, Eurosport kept fans up-to-date with all proceedings from Lusail Stadium as Cameroon ran out winners in a closely contested affair
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