video goals :Cameroon – #Serbia -Played on 11/28/ 2022
The positive tie was settled (3-3) in the confrontation between Serbia and Cameroon, which was held at Al Janoub Stadium today, Monday, in the second round of Group G matches at the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Cameroon’s Jean-Charles Castelletto (29), Vincent Abu Bakr (64), and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (66) scored a hat-trick, while Serbia’s Strahinja Pavlovic (45), Sergey Milinkovic-Savic (45) and Aleksandr Mitrovic (53) scored.
Thus, each team scored the first point in the World Cup, so Cameroon is in third place, on goal difference from Serbia, at the bottom of the standings.
The first attempt in the match came in favor of Serbia in the sixth minute, with Mitrovic rising to a cross with a header that went over the crossbar.
Serbia almost opened the scoring in the tenth minute, after Mitrović manipulated Benkolo inside the area, before hitting a powerful ball that hit the post.
Serbia wasted a real opportunity to open the scoring in the 17th minute, after Tolo’s confusion in clearing a ball, to pave the way for Mitrovic inside the area, to hit a powerful ball that strangely passed next to the post.
Cameroon appeared offensively for the first time in the 19th minute, with a powerful shot from Conde from the right side of the penalty area, Savic excelled in banishing it to a corner kick.
Cameroon opened the scoring in the 29th minute after Conde sent a cross from a corner kick, and Nkoulou rose to it, passing a header ball to the far post, which Castellito followed with a direct shot that hit the net.
Cameroon searched for the addition of the second goal in the 44th minute, with an incursion from Conde from the depth, hitting a ball from inside the area that Savic blocked, before returning to him again to shoot next to the post this time.
Serbia equalized the score in the first minute of stoppage time, with Pavlovic rising to a cross from a violation carried out by Tadic, hitting a header that entered the net.
And soon Serbia added the second goal in the third minute of stoppage time, with a ground shot by Milinkovic Savic from the edge of the area, which hit the net, so that the first half ended with Serbia advancing (2-1).
Serbia scored the third goal in the 53rd minute after a series of magic passes inside the area that manipulated the Cameroonian defense. Zivkovic ended it with a pass to Mitrovic in front of the empty net, so the latter scored the ball easily.
Cameroon tried to return to the match in the 62nd minute with a ground shot by Ekambi from the left side of the penalty area, which went weak in the hands of goalkeeper Savic.
And Cameroon succeeded in adding the second goal, already in the 64th minute, through Abu Bakr, who received a through ball to separate the Serbian goalkeeper and manipulate Maksimovic before he hit a ball that fell into the net.
Cameroon completed the return by adjusting the score in the 66th minute, after a kick-off from Abu Bakr on the right side, to send a cross to Choupo Moting, who was completely uncensored into the area, and scored easily into the net.
Serbia missed a real opportunity to add the fourth in the 76th minute, alone from Mitrović with the Cameroonian goalkeeper, hitting a ball that Ibasi shone in tackling it.
Milinkovic-Savic followed with a powerful shot from outside the area in the 78th minute, which went over the crossbar.
Abu Bakr fired a missile from outside the area in the 87th minute, which was caught by the Serbian goalkeeper.
Serbia almost stunned Cameroon in the 89th minute, after Tadic paved the ball to Mitrović next to him inside the area, and the latter hit a curved ball that passed just past the post.
Cameroon got a foul on the left side in the fifth minute of stoppage time, which was executed by Nkodo with a powerful direct shot, which was caught by the Serbian goalkeeper, to end the match in a tie (3-3).