TEHRAN, November 28 (MNA) – Serbia stormed ahead from a goal behind to make it 3-1, only for Cameroon to score twice to level the scores, in one of the most exciting games of this World Cup.Serbia and Cameroon traded blows in a see-saw FIFA World Cup Group G game, which finally settled 3-3, at the Al Janoub Stadium on Monday.

Cameroon put itself ahead in the 29th minute through Jean-Charles Castelletto before Serbia struck back through Strahinja Pavlovic in the first-half injury time.

Within seconds of the equaliser, Milinkovic-Savic drove a left-footed shot into the bottom corner of Cameroon net to help Serbia take the lead of the game.

When forward Aleksandr Mitrovic tapped in a goal after the break, Serbia thought it had sealed the game.

But the Indomitable Lions had other ideas.

Vincent Aboubakar halved the deficit in the 63rd minute with an audacious chip and then turned provider three minutes later when he squared the ball for Eric Choupo-Moting to tap in and seal the comeback.


Original Article Source: Mehr News | Published on Monday, 28 November 2022 12:20 (about 63 days ago)