By Angu Lesley
The Cameroon delegation that traveled to Morocco on Sunday evening for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers game against the OS Mambas of Mozambique and won by 1-0, courtesy a Micheal Ngadeu’s goal has returned home from arguably their most difficult trip of all-time.
According to kick442.com sources, Coach António Conceiçao and his team arrived the Douala International Airport at 2AM on board an Angolan Aircraft and immediately moved to their base at the Best Western Hotel.
The Lions who had their trip to Morocco postponed on two occasions still found a way through Ngadeu to score and record a victory thanks to a goal from Michael Ngadeu in the 68th minutes.
Though Cameroonians are yet to digest the difficulties their National selection had traveling abroad for the game, at least the result settles the minds of all and sundry plus the successful return home this Tuesday.
The players are expected to start leaving for their respective Clubs later today while those who are affiliated to domestic Clubs stick around.
Cameroon currently occupies the second spot in Group D of the qualifiers with nine points, a point behind the Elephants of Ivory Coast who lead the group going into the final two games in November.
Cameroon will travel to South Africa to host the Flames of Malawi in Match-Day five of the qualifiers on November 11, before returning home to host the Elephants of Ivory Coast in the group decider on November 14 in Douala.
The winner of group D will move to the final and Play-offs round of the qualifiers against another group winner in a two legged encounter to determine a team to take one of Africa’s five spots at the 2022 FIFA World Cup Tournament penciled for November-December in Qatar.
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