2022 World Cup: Embolo Scores As Switzerland Pip Cameroon

November 24, 2022

Switzerland commenced their campaign on a winning note after overcoming the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon 1-0 in today’s 2022 World Cup clash.

The first half produced lots of excitements as both teams showed great attacking prowess.


Cameroon almost took the lead in the 10th minute but Karl Toko Ekambi’s effort failed to hit the back of the net. It was a sitter that he should have converted.

On the hand, Switzerland had a fair share of the goal scoring chance too as an unmarked Murphy Akanji also failed to direct his header straight into the net.

 Swiss were dominant in terms of controlling position and deservedly netted the opening goal in the second half through Breel Embolo’s right foot shot in the 48th minute.

The Indomitable Lions had the chance to level score in the 57th minute but Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s shot was saved Sommer.

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The victory put Switzerland top of Group G on three points while Cameroon sit bottom on zero point.

Cameroon will next face Serbia while Brazil will tackle Switzerland.

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