Cameroon held Serbia to a 3-3 draw in a game which saw the Indomitable Lions came from goals down to earn one point, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half was a brilliant one from both teams who did more than enough to make something happen for themselves going forward.
Jean-Charles Castelletto gave Cameroon the lead in the 29th minute of the game which was from a wonderful piece of play which made the scoreline 1-0 after almost half an hour wait.
Serbia leveled things 1-1 in the 45th minute plus added time which saw Dusan Todic creating the assist which lead to the goal being scored to bring the match level.
They added another goal immediately still in the added time which this time it was Sergej Milinkovic-Savic who made the scoreline 1-2 in favor of his country after a wonderful goal.
The first half ended with Serbia taking a 1-2 advantage into the break against Cameroon who couldn’t hold things down after taking the lead in the match.
Second Half Report
The Cameroonians did more than enough in the second half which was them pushing and trying to get the job completed in the early minutes.
Cameroon went further behind in the 53rd minute of the game which saw Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic adding to his country lead which increased to 1-3 as it carried on between them.
Serbia think they were cruising in the match until their opponent pulled one goal back in the 64th minute of the game through a wonderful finishing from Vincent Aboubakar to make it 2-3.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting equalized 3-3 in the 66th minute of the game which saw his country completing a comeback to put them back in contention as the encounter carried on.
The game carried on with both teams giving all their best but nothing happened as the match ended with Cameroon 3-3 Serbia which saw them both settling for one point each after 90 minutes.
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