14th February 2017. By Danni Biggs
Cameroon, the underdogs during the African Cup of Nations final against the much-fancied Egyptians gave us a truly breathtaking performance where they came from behind to make it their fifth title.
Sunday 5th February saw Cameroon's 15-year long wait came to an end. The Indomitable Lions one of the heavyweight nations beat the 7-time champions Egypt in Libreville, Gabon, despite being beset with pre-tournament problems. In previous finals in 2008 and 1986 Cameroon suffered defeats from Egypt and now meeting again Cameroon were mean to be the underdogs who did indeed put up a thrilling performance which saw them crowned champions with a late goal at two minutes to go until full-time.
Sealing their Fifth African Cup of Nations Title
After being second best to Egypt in previous finals it was Cameroons turn
Posted: June 10, 2014|
Back at the 1998 World Cup, Samuel Eto'o joined the Cameroon national soccer team as the youngest player in the entire tournament. Fast forward 16 years and that 17-year-old novice has turned into a 33-year-old veteran of the sport. When the striker takes to the pitch at this year's World Cup in Brazil, wearing the Eto'o 9 Cameroon 2014 World Cup home jersey for group stage matches against Brazil and Croatia as well as an away shirt for Cameroon's first tournament match, against Mexico he will have officially played at four World Cup events.
That impressive statistic will help further establish Eto'o as one of the greatest and most famous players
Posted: April 22, 2014|
While the Cameroon national football team, Les Lions Indomptables, have only made it out of the group stage at the football World Cup on one occasion, fans are still hopeful to see the team move beyond Group A at this year's tournament in Brazil. However, the players wearing the Cameroon soccer jersey are up against some of the stiffest competition in the Cup, and that isn't going to be easy.
For the Indomitable Lions to move forward, they will have to go up against Mexico, Croatia, and the incredibly skilled Brazilians, who have home field advantage. Still, hope is alive for the Cameroon football team. Even though the team has rarely
Posted: March 25, 2014|
The Indomitable Lions from Cameroon will be heading back to the FIFA World Cup this year. Fans of the Cameroon football shirt will be pleased to know that after a long and scary qualifying campaign, their favorite team has managed to secure a spot in this year's games. The 2014 FIFA World Cup offers another exciting chance for fans of this Central African team to see their favorite players on the international stage.
Cameroon's first world cup appearance was back in 1982 when they took to the field in Spain. Now The Indomitable Lions will head to Brazil to participate in the big dance once again this summer, and they'll need the support of all their fans to get the