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Cameroon vs Brazil final score, result: South Americans finish first in World Cup Group G despite Aboubakar winner

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Brazil were beaten by Cameroon but still topped Group G at World Cup 2022, while Cameroon bowed out despite Vincent Aboubakar’s late winner.

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Cameroon needed a victory to keep alive their hopes of progress but, just as it looked as if they had run out of time, Aboubakar produced a stunning header two minutes into added time to break the deadlock. The African side needed Serbia to take points off Switzerland, but the Swiss held on for a 3-2 win to claim second place in the pool behind Brazil.

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Antony and Rodrygo

Brazil’s much-changed lineup still boasted plenty of attacking talent, with Antony and Rodrygo running at the Cameroon backline and Gabriel Martinelli, making his first international start, forcing Devis Epassy to tip the ball over his firm header from Fred‘s cross.

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Moumi Ngamaleu

That was largely as good as it got for Brazil before halftime though, with the clearest chance of the first 45 minutes falling Cameroon’s way. Moumi Ngamaleu worked space on the left side and delivered a cross that Bryan Mbeumo attacked at the far post, connecting with a fierce downward header that Ederson sprang to his right to push away.

Eder Militao

Aboubakar flashed a shot across goal soon after the restart but Epassy was then in the thick of the action, pushing another Martinelli effort over before dropping Eder Militao’s effort, recovering to turn the ball behind.

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CAMEROON SCORES

CAMEROON SCORES 😱🇨🇲 pic.twitter.com/dvrY004pK3
FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022

Jerome Ngom Mbekeli

Brazil continued to press as they sought to make it three wins from three, but Cameroon continued to deny them with a mixture of fortitude and fortune. They needed more at the other end, however, and just as it looked as if they would come up short, Jerome Ngom Mbekeli sent in a pin-point cross from the right that got the finish it deserved, Aboubakar guiding a perfect header into Ederson’s bottom corner.

With Brazil

With Brazil’s prospects suddenly in the balance, they threw everything forward in the closing stages. Martinelli and Bruno Guimaraes were unable to convert gilt-edged chances. It mattered little, however, with Cameroon heading home on the back of a memorable win while their opponents will face South Korea in the Round of 16.

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The Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights for Cameroon vs. Brazil at the 2022 World Cup. Follow for complete results from the Group G match in Qatar.

MORE: Switzerland hold off Serbia to progress

Cameroon vs. Brazil score

 
1H
2H
Final
Cameroon
0
1
1
Brazil
0
0
0
Goals: CMR — Aboubakar (90+2′)

Confirmed lineups:

Ngom Mbekeli

Cameroon (4-3-3, right to left): 16. Epassy (GK) — 19. Fai, 4. Wooh, 24. Ebosse, 3. N’Koulou, 25. Tolo — 8. Anguissa, 15. Kunde (22. Ntcham 68′), 6. Ngamaleu (2. Ngom Mbekeli 86′) — 20. Mbeumo (12. Toko Ekambi 64′), 10. Aboubakar 13. Choupo-Moting

Dani Alves

Brazil (4-2-3-1, right to left): 23. Ederson (GK) — 13. Dani Alves, 14. Militao, 24. Bremer, 16. Alex Telles (4. Marquinhos 54′) — 8. Fred (17. Guimaraes 55′), 15. Fabinho — 19. Antony (11. Raphinha 79′), 21. Rodrygo (22. Ribeiro 55′), 26. Martinelli — 18. Gabriel Jesus (25. Pedro 64′)

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Team
PTS
GP
W
L
D
GF
GA
GD
1. Brazil-Q
6
3
2
1
0
3
1
+2
2. Switzerland-Q
6
3
2
1
0
4
3
+1
3. Cameroon
4
3
1
1
1
4
4
0
4. Serbia
1
3
0
2
1
5
8
-3
Cameroon vs. Brazil as it happened, highlights from 2022 World Cup

Vincent Aboubakar

FULLTIME: It’s all over and Vincent Aboubakar’s late goal has given Cameroon victory on the night, but it’s not enough to keep them in the competition as Switzerland have just beaten Serbia. Brazil still win the group despite this defeat, with Switzerland through in second place.

Bruno Guimaraes

90+9 mins: What a chance to level! Marquinhos chests the ball down for Bruno Guimaraes, but he cannot get over the bouncing ball and sends his shot over the crossbar. Heads in hands all round for Brazil.

Gabriel Martinelli

90+8 mins: Gabriel Martinelli miscues in front of goal, and that might be Brazil’s last chance gone.

Bruno Guimaraes

90+7 mins: Marquinhos loops a cross into the area but Bruno Guimaraes times his jump all wrong and cannot get enough power in his header, the ball looping into Devis Epassy’s grateful arms.

90+5 mins: So, to remind us where we stand now: Cameroon still need Serbia to score against Switzerland to keep them in the competition. Brazil, meanwhile, could yet finish second in Group G.

Vincent Aboubakar

RED CARD! 90+3 mins: Vincent Aboubakar took off his shirt to celebrate that goal and, once the celebrations die down, he picks up a second booking of the night and he’s off! He doesn’t look remotely bothered, you have to say.

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Aboubakar celebrates his goal for Cameroon by taking off his shirt, and then is sent off for a second yellow card 😅 pic.twitter.com/JubSqTAX1L
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022
GOAL! 90+2 mins: Cameroon have broken through! Out of the blue, Jerome Ngom Mbekeli delivers a cross from the right and Vincent Aboubakar meets it with a perfect header, guiding the ball into the bottom corner past the helpless Ederson!

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CAMEROON SCORES

CAMEROON SCORES 😱🇨🇲 pic.twitter.com/dvrY004pK3
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022

Christopher Wooh

90 mins: All hands to the pump for Cameroon now, Christopher Wooh making yet another block to turn behind Gabriel Martinelli’s cross. We’re into nine minutes of added time.

89 mins: That could have been the moment, Raphinha rolling a pass into Pedro, who spins sharply inside the area but then hurries his shot and lifts the ball over the crossbar.

Bruno Guimaraes and Raphinha

87 mins: Bruno Guimaraes and Raphinha have injected some pace and urgency into the Brazil attack as they lead another charge. Raphinha loses the ball but Brazil quickly regain possession and Guimaraes attempts to flick on Gabriel Martinelli’s pass.

Christopher Wooh

84 mins: Exceptional block from Christopher Wooh, who throws himself at the ball at the near post to prevent Bruno Guimaraes turning in Raphinha’s low cross from the right.

Gabriel Martinelli

82 mins: Brazil break at pace and Gabriel Martinelli shows a clean pair of heels to Vincent Aboubakar, who responds by pulling his man to the floor. As clear a yellow card as you’ll see.

Vincent Aboubakar

80 mins: That said, Cameroon are starting to apply more pressure now. Vincent Aboubakar stands up Dani Alves on the left of the area and creates a little space for a shot that spins up off the Brazil captain and behind for another corner.

Oliver Ntcham

78 mins: Oliver Ntcham has Cameroon’s first shot in quite a while, letting fly from 25m. The ball comes through a crowd so Ederson sees it late, but he gets down to make the stop.

76 mins: Cameroon aren’t really committing men forward as yet, but they’ll have to start soon, you’d think.

Gabriel Martinelli

73 mins: Gabriel Martinelli lays the ball back to Bruno Guimaraes on the edge of the box but the first touch causes the ball to loop up and, with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting closing in, the shot sails wildly over the bar.

Rigobert Song

70 mins: Rigobert Song urging his side on from the sidelines, with time starting to tick away. Cameroon need to pick up the tempo, but don’t be surprised if that gives Brazil the chance to pick them off on the break.

Everton Ribeiro

67 mins: Good run from Everton Ribeiro, breaking into the penalty area, but Enzo Ebosse gets his tackle just right, sliding in to take the ball.

Gabriel Jesus

64 mins: A substitution for each side. Brazil withdraw Gabriel Jesus in favour of Pedro, while Karl Toko Ekambi comes on for Bryan Mbeumo for Cameroon.

Gabriel Martinelli

63 mins: Gabriel Martinelli has been bright this evening, wriggling down the left and sending in another dangerous cross.

With Switzerland

60 mins: With Switzerland in front again, Cameroon are staring down the barrel. All they can do is win here and hope the score in the other game changes.

Devis Epassy

57 mins: And now another letoff for Devis Epassy, who spills Eder Militao’s low effort after it comes at him through a crowd. The ball spins away, the goalkeeper recovering to push it behind with Brazilian attackers closing in.

Devis Epassy

56 mins: Much better work from Devis Epassy as Gabriel Martinelli is allowed to advance into the area and shot, the goalkeeper pushing it over.

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EPASSY MAKES SAVESHe continues to keep Brazil scoreless 🔒 pic.twitter.com/xAHGzB0gOE
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022

Alex Telles

55 mins: In fact, it’s a triple change for Brazil. Marquinhos is on for Alex Telles while Bruno Guimaraes and Everton Ribeiro replace Fred and Rodrygo.

Devis Epassy

54 mins: Scramble! Devis Epassy is a lucky man here, coming out to save at Gabriel Jesus’ feet with the ball looping up for Rodrygo, who cannot get it down in time and the goalkeeper is, eventually, able to gather.

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Can Cameroon

Pressure from all angles… 👀Still neither team able to break ahead! Can Cameroon get something from this game? 🤔#ITVFootball | #FIFAWorldCup pic.twitter.com/2nZUd8hWmG
— ITV Football (@itvfootball) December 2, 2022

Alex Telles

53 mins: Alex Telles is down against and looks to be in some trouble. Marquinhos is going to take his place.

Bryan Mbeumo

51 mins: As news comes through Switzerland now lead Serbia 3-2 Cameroon are not too far from taking the lead, Bryan Mbeumo’s pass slipped through to Vincent Aboubakar for a shot that flies across Ederson’s goal with the keeper scrambling.

Alex Telles

48 mins: Alex Telles is down after a hefty collision with Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, although it looks like he should be able to continue for now.

46 mins: Cameroon get us going again. They’re starting at a sixth successive group exit, although a goal changes all that.

Bryan Mbeumo

HALFTIME: Brazil have had more of the ball but are yet to find their rhythm, and Bryan Mbeumo’s header on the stroke of the interval is the closest either side have come to breaking the deadlock. Brazil are still heading through as Group G winners, but Cameroon need to find a goal from somewhere.

Moumi Ngamaleu

45+3 mins: Save! Moumi Ngamaleu on the left side and Bryan Mbeumo attacks it at the far post, connecting with a fierce downward header that Ederson springs to his right to push away.

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Wow 😳What a SAVE by Ederson 🔥 pic.twitter.com/yd5qVb7Oj1
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022

Gabriel Martinelli

It’s a great ball from 45+2 mins: Gabriel Martinelli dribbles across the face of the penalty area before unleashing a shot that Devis Epassy gets his palms too and the goalkeeper is relieved to see the ball drop on to the top of his net.

From the corner, Antony works a clear routine, playing the ball low into the box. Rodrygo comes shot to meet it at the near post but cannot whip it inside the post.

45+1 mins: We’re into the first of four minutes of added time as Switzerland tie things up at 2-2, putting themselves back into second place!

44 mins: Rodrygo’s running has caused Cameroon problems so far, and he looks for Antony’s run but the pass is too heavy.

Samuel Eto

Samuel Eto’o is watching on. Cameroon could do with him up front!

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Samuel Eto

Samuel Eto’o watches on as Cameroon hopes to find a way into the knockout stage 🇨🇲 pic.twitter.com/CrNqXamv8i
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022

Bryan Mbeumo

42 mins: Bryan Mbeumo makes a good late run into the Brazil area, but he’s unable to do much with the pass played into him and the ball loops up for Ederson to make an easy catch.

Manchester United

38 mins: Antony’s turn to threaten this time, Fred finding his Manchester United teammate on the right. Antony comes inside on to his left foot, but Devis Epassy is right behind his curling effort.

Gabriel Martinelli

36 mins: Brazil’s wide players have looked their best source of a breakthrough so far, Gabriel Martinelli  looking for Rodrygo breaking into the box, but he loses his footing at the crucial moment.

Serbia are now leading Switzerland 2-1, and are up to second in the updated Group G table!

Dani Alves

34 mins: Dani Alves is the man over the ball this time, but he curls the ball harmlessly over the bar.

Collins Fai

32 mins: Another charging Rodrygo run and another Cameroon defender diving in. This time it’s Collins Fai, another yellow card and another free-kick on the edge of the area.

Alex Telles and Dani Alves

30 mins: Rodrygo, Alex Telles and Dani Alves are all over the free-kick. It’s the former who strikes it, but it’s straight into the wall.

Serbia have levelled against Switzerland, meaning a win would keep Cameroon in contention.

Pierre Kunde

28 mins: Rodrygo has been quiet so far but bursts into life as he drives at the heart of the Cameroon defence. Pierre Kunde pulls him down, clear yellow card and a free-kick opportunity for Brazil in a decent position, central and 25m out.

Gabriel Martinelli

25 mins: Brazil slowly cranking up the pressure, Gabriel Martinelli dancing past Collins Fai on the right and only just failing to find Gabriel Jesus in the middle. Christopher Wooh then does well to cut out Antony’s cross.

Xherdan Shaqiri

23 mins: News coming in from the other game, where Switzerland have taken the lead. They’re through with a win so Xherdan Shaqiri’s strike spells bad news for Cameroon.

Alex Telles

22 mins: Fred has never scored an international goal and his finish here is high over the crossbar, although in fairness it was a tricky effort, Alex Telles playing in a decent ball that is just behind the Manchester United midfielder.

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting

20 mins: First real sign of danger for Cameroon, a good run from Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting taking him into the area. The Bayern Munich forward is crowded out but Cameroon recycle the ball and Ederson is forced to dive to his left to push away.

Eder Militao

17 mins: First corner for Brazil but Cameroon’s inexperienced backline deals with it relatively well, scrambling the ball away with Eder Militao charging in.

Gabriel Martinelli

14 mins: That would have been a decent way to mark your first start! Fred looks up to deliver a pinpoint ball from the right and Gabriel Martinelli pulls off his marker before attacking the ball. He makes good contact with his head, Devis Epassy tipping it over.

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Brazil gets its first big chance but Epassy makes the save 😤🔒 pic.twitter.com/3iGDlmdVTG
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022
13 mins: Antony is showing for the ball all the time. He’s relishing his opportunity to show what he can do.

10 mins: It’s been a fairly quiet start in terms of chances or attacking moments, although Brazil look the more likely to put a move together, as you would probably expect.

Eder Militao

7 mins: The referee isn’t standing for anything here and Eder Militao is also in the book, sticking his foot in on Moumi Ngamaleu and bringing down the Cameroon man.

Nouhou Tolo

6 mins: Nouhou Tolo is in for a tough evening. Antony’s clever turn takes him past the Cameroon leftback, who dives in to try to win the ball back and succeeds only in felling the Brazil winner to pick up a booking.

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Brazil and Cameroon

It took just 5 minutes for the first yellow card to come out in the match between Brazil and Cameroon 🟨 pic.twitter.com/2cHCH0JcBZ
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022

Christopher Wooh and Enzo Ebosse

5 mins: Cameroon’s starting central defenders Christopher Wooh and Enzo Ebosse have five caps between them before this game; Brazil’s much-changed attack still has the quality and knowhow to make it a baptism of fire.

2 mins: An early warning for Cameroon as Brazil slice through their backline with alarming ease. Antony advancing into a huge area of space down the right. He looks for Fred with his pullback, but the midfielder is stretching and cannot make a clean contact.

KICKOFF: As Brazil get us started, a reminder of how Group G stands at kickoff. Brazil have already qualified for the Round of 16 and will finish first in Group G guaranteed if they avoid defeat. Cameroon, meanwhile, must win and hope Switzerland fail to beat Serbia in order to go through.

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3 mins to kickoff: Failure to win would mean Cameroon’s elimination from the group stage of the World Cup in their sixth successive appearance at the finals. They last reached the knockout rounds in 1990 and have never won their final group stage game in seven previous appearances at the World Cup (D2 L5).

They seem happy enough, however…

This is how you enter a dressing room 🇨🇲
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) December 2, 2022

Lusail Stadium

5 mins to kickoff: The teams emerge from the tunnel to an explosion of noise at the Lusail Stadium.

10 mins to kickoff: It’s a much-changed Brazil lineup this evening but this is what it means to pull on that famous yellow jersey in this tournament.

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FIFA World Cup for Brazil

“It is my dream to become a champion, and to awaken this magic, this dream and this desire in other kids. I was one of those kids. This is my dream today.”Marquinhos shares what it means to play in the FIFA World Cup for Brazil 🇧🇷 pic.twitter.com/0UwPQlSXqz
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 2, 2022

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15 mins from kickoff: Bit of a worrying statistic this for Cameroon, whose prospects are already slender. Brazil have won all seven of their World Cup matches against African sides, scoring 20 goals and conceding just twice.

20 mins from kickoff: Party atmosphere already for Brazil!

When a #FIFAWorldCup winner gives you a dance challenge, you do it! 😅🕺🇧🇷
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) December 2, 2022

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30 mins from kickoff: This is the third World Cup game between the sides, Brazil winning 3-0 in 1994 with Romario and Bebeto on the scoresheet and 4-1 on matchday 3 in 2014, Neymar scoring twice and Fred and Fernandinho once each, Joel Matip having briefly made it 1-1.

35 mins from kickoff: An absolute legend of the game is handed the captain’s armband for Brazil tonight.

Dani Alves

👊 Dani Alves will captain Brazil as they face Cameroon in Group G.🇧🇷 He is the oldest ever player to play at the #FIFAWorldCup for Brazil. pic.twitter.com/SEk5qCmdeJ
— Sporting News Football Club (@sn_footballclub) December 2, 2022
40 mins from kickoff: Cameroon on the pitch at the Lusail Stadium:

FIFA QATAR

COUPE DU MONDE FIFA QATAR 2022Les #LionsIndomptables sont au Lusail Stadium. #CAMEROUN 🇨🇲 🆚 🇧🇷 #BRESIL📅 02/12/2022⏰ 20H00🏟 Lusail Stadium, Lusail (Qatar)#CMRBRE | #FIFAWC2022 | #QATAR2022 | #ECRIVONSLHISTOIRE | #ALLEZLESLIONS | #LETSROARTOGETHER | #INDOMPTABLES pic.twitter.com/72re30S4jk
— Les Lions Indomptables Officiel (@LIndomptables) December 2, 2022

Fred and Eder Militao

50 mins from kickoff: So that’s no fewer than nine changes for Brazil, with Fred and Eder Militao the only players to keep their places. Antony and Gabriel Jesus make their first starts at Qatar 2022, while fellow Premier League star Gabriel Martinelli comes in for his full debut.

Vincent Aboubakar

Cameroon settle for a relatively restrained five new faces, Vincent Aboubakar comes in for Karl Toko Ekambi after scoring against Serbia while Eric Choupo-Moting and Bryan Mbuemo both start.

55 mins from kick-off: And here’s the Brazil side, keeping us in suspense before confiming their lineup!

Equipe definida! 💪🤩Os 11 jogadores que iniciarão a partida entre 🇧🇷 e 🇨🇲 foram definidos pelo técnico Tite e sua comissão.Classificada para as oitavas de final, a Seleção Brasileira busca garantir o primeiro lugar do Grupo G.Vamos juntos por mais uma vitória! 🙏 pic.twitter.com/xmPGnAFqu8
CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) December 2, 2022
1 hr 5 mins from kickoff: Cameroon have named their starting lineup!

Lusail Stadium

Voici les XI #LionsIndomptables qui débuteront le match. #CAMEROUN 🇨🇲 🆚 🇧🇷 #BRESIL📅 02/12/2022⏰ 20H00🏟 Lusail Stadium, Lusail (Qatar)#CMRBRE | #FIFAWC2022 | #QATAR2022 | #ECRIVONSLHISTOIRE | #ALLEZLESLIONS | #LETSROARTOGETHER | #INDOMPTABLES pic.twitter.com/m8e3I5qTB4
— Les Lions Indomptables Officiel (@LIndomptables) December 2, 2022
1 hr 15 mins from kickoff: A tall order, but by no means impossible:

🇨🇲 Cameroon hold the distinction of being the African team who have qualified for the #FIFAWorldCup on the most occasions (8).Can they defy all odds against Brazil tonight? pic.twitter.com/qKGsUX9WFc
— Sporting News Football Club (@sn_footballclub) December 2, 2022
1 hr 30 from kickoff: Quite the welcome for Brazil as they arrive at the stadium!

Lusail Stadium

Brasil a caminho do Lusail Stadium! Vaaaaamos! pic.twitter.com/ErgAKLA2m4
— CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) December 2, 2022

South Korea

1 hrs 50 from kickoff: An incredible Group H finale has seen South Korea book their place in the World Cup last-16. If Brazil can hold position tonight, Heung-min Son and Co will be their opponents in the next round.

South Korea

South Korea pulled off a stunning upset over group winners Portugal, beating Cristiano Ronaldo and Co 2-1 to dump Ghana and Uruguay out of the tournament.

[𝗙𝗧] 대한민국🇰🇷 𝟮-1 🇵🇹포르투갈밤 12시부터 대한민국 모두가 함께 달렸습니다.천국과 지옥을 오가며 졸인 가슴이제는 편하게 내려놓으시고지금부터 하이라이트 정주행하시길 바랍니다.대한민국이 이겼습니다!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!#대한민국 #축구국가대표팀 더 뜨겁게, 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐑𝐞𝐝𝐬🔥 pic.twitter.com/vHlLAnJFFg
— theKFA (@theKFA) December 2, 2022

Dani Alves

2 hrs 30 from kickoff: It’s a big day for Dani Alves, who will captain Brazil for the first time. With the Samba Boys already through to the last-16 and Tite set to rotate the lineup, 39-year-old Alves gets his chance to start. He replaces Eder Militao at right-back and Thiago Silva as skipper. 

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Alves will become the oldest Brazilian to play at a World Cup, and subsequently their oldest World Cup captain. 

3 hrs from kickoff: Cameroon have only taken one point from their opening two games so far and it doesn’t get any easier against Brazil today. Still, here’s a few encouraging stats for Cameroon!

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– Cameroon hold the distinction of being the African team who have qualified for the World Cup on the most occasions (8). 

– They were also the first African nation to reach the quarter finals in 1990 where they lost to England after extra time. 

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– However, across their previous eight World Cup tournaments, Cameroon have failed to get out of the group seven times.

Ghana and South Korea

3 hrs 30 from kickoff: Brazil will have one eye on the early matches today with Uruguay, Ghana and South Korea all battling it out for second spot in Group H.

South Korea and Uruguay

Keep up to date with Portugal vs. South Korea and Uruguay vs. Ghana.

Costa Rica

4 hrs 15 from kickoff: Could we see another dramatic night for the battle for qualification to the Round of 16 just like we saw with Group E on Thursday? Japan and Spain eventually secured their spots as Germany and Costa Rica went out. Group G should be a bit more straightforward…

Brazil have booked their place in the knockouts, but who will join them from Group G? 🤔#FIFAWorldCup | #Qatar2022 pic.twitter.com/6uqjlo69iH
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) December 2, 2022

Switzerland and Serbia

4 hrs 45 mins from kickoff: Cameroon must win and hope the match between Switzerland and Serbia goes their way, but today offers a chance to put in a performance to impress the watching world against the pre-tournament favourites.

Lions. 👊🏽🦁 pic.twitter.com/1VZNjhe7qh
— Bryan Mbeumo (@BMbeumo19) November 22, 2022
5 hrs from kickoff: Brazil are through and will most likely win the group, so there is an opportunity today to rest some stars, give some backup players some game time, and enjoy their football!

Lucas Figueiredo

Vamos juntos, meu Brasa! 💛📷: Lucas Figueiredo / CBF pic.twitter.com/Dxn4fMrrnY
— CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) November 28, 2022
Cameroon vs. Brazil lineups, team news

Andre Onana

First-choice goalkeeper Andre Onana has left Qatar after falling out with manager Rigobert Song over his style of play and was replaced with Devis Epassy against Serbia.

Vincent Aboubakar

In that match, Vincent Aboubakar starred off the bench with a goal and assist and was rewarded with a start this time out as Rigobert Song made five changes.

Cameroon (4-3-3, right to left): 16. Epassy (GK) — 19. Fai, 4. Wooh, 24. Ebosse, 3. N’Koulou, 25. Tolo — 8. Anguissa, 15. Kunde, 6. Ngamaleu — 20. Mbeumo, 10. Aboubakar 13. Choupo-Moting

Superstar Neymar

Superstar Neymar will once again sit out of this match as he recovers from an ankle injury. The same goes for defender Danilo leaving Brazil a bit shorter than they’d like for this clash.

Premier League

Premier League stars Gabriel Jesus and Antony made their first starts at the 2022 World Cup while Gabriel Martinelli was included in the starting lineup for the first time as Tite opted to shuffle his pack with nine changes, only Eder Militao and Fred keeping their places.

Dani Alves

Brazil (4-2-3-1, right to left): 23. Ederson (GK) — 13. Dani Alves, 14. Militao, 24. Bremer, 16. Alex Telles — 8. Fred, 15. Fabinho — 19. Antony, 21. Rodrygo, 26. Martinelli — 18. Gabriel Jesus  

Cameroon vs. Brazil live stream, TV channel

Lusail Stadium

This final Group G match will be played at Lusail Stadium. Here’s how you can watch all the action in some of the major global territories.

 
Date
Time
TV Channel
Streaming
USA
Fri, Dec 2
14:00 ET
Fox,Telemundo
fuboTV,Fox Sports site/app,Telemundo Deportes site/app,Peacock
Canada
Fri, Dec 2
14:00 ET
TSN 1, RDS (French)
TSN site/app,RDS app
UK
Fri, Dec 2
19:00 GMT
ITV 1, STV
ITVX, STV Player
Australia
Sat, Dec. 3
06:00 AEDT
SBS
SBS On Demand
India
Sat, Dec 3
00:30 IST
Sports 18
Voot, JioTV
Hong Kong
Sat, Dec 3
03:00 HKT

Now TV

Now TV (Ch. 616, 618)
Now TV
Malaysia
Sat, Dec 3
03:00 MYT
Astro FIFA World Cup 1
Astro GO
Singapore
Sat, Dec 3
03:00 SGT
StarHub TV FIFA World Cup,Singtel FIFA World Cup 142

Singtel TV GO

Singtel TV GO, CAST,StarHub TV+, MeWatch
New Zealand
Sat, Dec. 3
08:00 NZDT
Sky Sport 1 NZ

Sky Go

Sky Go, Sky Sport NOW
Watch the match on fuboTV in USA

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