By Angu Lesley
Football writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
24 hours after their return home was delayed owing to complications created in the aerial transport sector, 23 Indomitable Lions of Cameroon players and the technical staff that traveled to Maputo for last Monday’s 2021 African cup of nations qualifiers fixture against the Mambas of Mozambique have returned home.
Coach Antonio Conceicao Da Silva and his charges touched down at the Douala International Airport this Tuesday at 8:30pm local time after a nine hours flight which was punctured by a one hour transit in Harare-Zimbabwe.
Vincent Aboubakar and his colleagues recorded a two-nil win away at the Estadio Nacional de Zempoto on Monday.
Plans to return home after the game was aborted on Monday evening as upon completion of travel requirements for the players, administrative formalities between the airline company and its auxiliary institutions prevented departure.
The situation between the national travel agency, CAMAIRCO and a Mozambican fueling u-turned the Lions to their base at Radisson Blu Hotel in Maputo but that was sorted on Tuesday and the team left Mozambique at 1pm.
Cameroon concluded the international break in style, winning all two games with six goals scored and one conceded.
Njie Clinton, Andre Onana et Al return to their various Clubs access the world hoping to carry form with country to Club.
The Lions will be back in camp early next year when international football resumes.
Cameroon ends 2020 unbeaten, waiting for results elsewhere to confirm qualification for the 2021 AFCON on home soil on complete the job next year to complete the job.
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