The Swiss beat Cameroon 1-0 at the Al Janoub Stadium. But Cameroon flaunted the more enthusiastic support in the stands. It spurned two or three initial half-open opportunities through Eric Saying Choupo-Moting and Bryan Mbeumo that would have given their livelier fans something to yell about.
The Swiss Roll past Cameroon 🤭 pic.twitter.com/sTna0XBR81— 433 (@433) November 24, 2022
Breel Embolo scored the solitary goal of the match as Switzerland crushed Cameroon 1-0 in a FIFA World Cup Group G match between the sides at Al Janoub Arena, Al-Wakrah, on November 24, Thursday. Cameroon began the game on an overwhelming note with some great attacking attitudes. Switzerland also got their opportunities toward the beginning, yet neither side could generally score any goal in the first portion of the game. Notwithstanding, in the last part, Embolo broke the halt with a cool-headed finish in the 48th minute inside the box.
Breel Embolo wouldn't celebrate against Cameroon, the country of his birth 🙏 pic.twitter.com/JIguoa32AI— GOAL (@goal) November 24, 2022
Switzerland required motivation from someplace, and Embolo was the man to give it. He was born in Yaounde in Cameroon, yet moved to Switzerland as a kid and procured citizenship in 2014. He has shown up for his embraced country and became a World Cup goalscorer. The 25-year-old striker gave the last little detail to one of a few streaming maneuvers by the Swiss, who looked great ready without compromising all that frequently, and his actual presence caused the Cameroonian defense issues.