the Indomitable Lions aim for qualification for the 8th

The Indomitable Lions first qualified for the 8th?

It is recalled that after its inaugural victory against Burkina Faso on Sunday, Cameroon can secure a place in the round of 16 in the event of another victory on Thursday. Under the eyes of local legend Samuel Eto’o, new president of the Cameroonian Federation, present in Yaoundé.

The lines unveiled, Choupo-Moting holder

Substitute at the start of the opening match, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting starts with Cameroon to face Ethiopia. Karl Toko Ekambi is also present in the starting XI. Compared to the previous starting eleven, Pierre Kunde finds himself on the bench.

► Cameroon: Onana – Castelletto, Ngadeu, Tolo – Fai, Zambo Anguissa, Hongla, Ngamaleu – Choupo-Moting, Toko Ekambi, Aboubakar.

► Ethiopia: Shanko – Hamid, Tamene, Debebe, Yusef – Mohammed, Yohannes, Dagnachew – Gebremichael, Nasir, Hotessa.

Aboubakar, such a special method for penos

If Cameroon beat Burkina Faso in their first match, it is largely thanks to Vincent Aboubakar. Captain of the selection, the striker scored twice on two penalties. However, the one who is now playing in Saudi Arabia has a method of his own to shoot them: not to look at the ball.

Avoid a new quack at the CAN

After several hiccups since the start of CAN 2022, the organizers are hoping for a good show for this match between Cameroon and Ethiopia.

Above all, all African football wants to avoid a new controversy similar to that of the Tunisia-Mali shock and its incredible final after an incredible arbitration error.

Hello everyone and welcome to RMC Sport for Cameroon-Ethiopia

At the end of a hooked match, Cameroon beat Burkina Faso (2-1) at the opening of CAN 2022. The Indomitable Lions hope for an easier duel against Ethiopia this Thursday in Yaoundé. But beware of the trap for the host country facing an opponent who is playing for survival in the tournament after its inaugural defeat against Cape Verde (0-1).

The duel between Cameroon and the Walya of Ethiopia can be followed live with commentary on the RMC Sport website and app from 5 p.m.

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