DOWNLOAD: Cameroon Vs Serbia 3-3 All Goals Highlights

DOWNLOAD: Cameroon Vs Serbia 3-3 All Goals Highlights

DOWNLOAD: Cameroon Vs Serbia 3-3 All Goals Highlights

Download Football Video: Cameroon vs Serbia 3-3 Highlights #CAMSER.

Cameroon vs Serbia 3-3 Highlights Download: FIFA World Cup (Qatar) – November 28th,  2022.  

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The group G second round of Qatar 2022 World Cup between Cameroon & Serbia started with full attacking forces.

Cameroon also send for two more reinforcements, Samuel Oum Gouet and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou on for Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa and Bryan Mbeumo.

Triple change for Serbia, with Nemanja Gudelj, Srdjan Babic and Nemanja Radonjic coming on, Andrija Zivkovic, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Milos Veljkovic making way.

Another great run from Vincent Aboubakar down the right and he squares it to Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting, who sweeps it home! This is turning into a classic World Cup encounter.

ChaNemanja Radonjicnce for Serbia! Aleksandar Mitrovic goes for goal from a narrow angle with three team-mates in the area, and Devis Epassy gets down well to make the save.

Have Cameroon got a goal back here? Aboubakar is away and clear and lobs it over Vanja Milinkovic-Savic with a lovely finish. But he may have been offside. This one will go to VAR…

Vincent Aboubakar beats one defender and then nutmegs another with a lovely bit of skill but just as he’s about to pull the trigger, Milos Veljkovic slides in with a brilliant block.

A Cameroon free-kick is swung in from the right and Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting is millimetres away from getting his head on that.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Dusan Tadic both showed tremendous composure in the box and it’s a fabulous team goal. It finally comes to Mitrovic a few yards out, and he’s never missing that. A 51st international goal for Serbia’s all-time leading scorer.

Dusan Tadic is pulling the strings for Serbia. He threads a lovely pas through for Filip Kostic, but Cameroon goalkeeper Devis Epassy is out quickly to snuff out the danger.

A tremendous game ended in a 3-3 draw, Serbia rebounding from a 1-0 deficit to take a 3-1 lead before Cameroon rushed back to level the match. Cameroon must now beat Brazil and hope, while a win over Switzerland should do it for Serbia.
With both sides needing a win, both went for it in an entertaining half, Serbia with the greater quality. But a well-taken corner earned Cameroon the lead, Jean-Charles Castelletto tapping home at the back post after a fine flick-on from Nicolas N’Koulou.
The setback knocked Serbia a little, but by the end of the 45, they were back in charge, scoring twice in six added minutes through Strahinja Pavlovic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to turn the game around and, when Aleksandr Mitrovic added a third on 53 minutes, the game looked over.
But almost immediately afterwards, Rigobert Song sent on Vincent Boubakar, who scored a glorious livener – disallowed, then allowed by VAR and the semi-automatic offside situation – then set up Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting for a tap-in at the end of a terrific counter.
A draw does little for both sides, but the World Cup now has a new best game.
action in this aspect made a significant contribution to the best match of the World Cup so far.


Vincent Aboubakar (Cameroon) Changed a match that looked over, scoring a beauty and creating another.


Cameroon: Epassy 6, Fai 6, Castelletto 7, N’Koulou 7, Tolo 6, ASnguissa 5, Kunde 6, Hongla 5, Mbuemo 6, Choupo-Moting 6, Ekambi 5. Subs: Aboubakar 9, Bassogog 6, Onduoha 6, Nkoudou 6, Gouet 6.

Serbia: Milinkovic-Savic V 6, Milenkovic 6, Valjkovic 6, Pavlovic 7, Zivkovic 7, Lukic 6, Maksimovic 6, Kostic 6, Tadic 7, Milinjovic-Savic S 7, Mitrovic A 6. Subs: Mitrovic S 6, Radonjic 6, Babic 6, Grujic 6, Djuricic 6.
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