The matches follow one another and look alike for Cameroon in the World Cup.
Despite the ambitions displayed by Samuel Eto’o, the president of the Federation, Cameroon missed its debut in the World Cup. Rigobert Song’s men may have dominated the debates during the first period, they were surprised shortly after returning from the locker room to bow on the smallest mark (1-0).
In a group where Brazil are big favourites, Cameroon have already compromised their chances of qualifying for the round of 16 and see their bad streak continue. The Indomitable Lions are indeed now eight defeats in a row in the World Cup, their last victory dating back to the 2002 edition when the Cameroonians won against Saudi Arabia.
Only one team has done worse in the history of the World Cup: Mexico, beaten nine times in a row between 1930 and 1958.