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Women's World Cup 2019 team guide No 18: Cameroon

Cameroon, with a solid blend of youth and experience, will hope to improve on their 2015 performanceThis article is part of the Guardian’s 2019 Women’s World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 24 countries who have qualified for France. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 7 June. Continue reading...


Women's World Cup: Cameroon's unpredictability suggests Phil Neville must focus on England strengths

England play Cameroon in the World Cup last-16 on Sunday in a contest which pits the Indomitable Lionesses against Phil Neville's unpredictable Lionesses.


Sport24.co.za | England into World Cup quarters as Cameroon fume over VAR calls

firefoxEngland reached the quarter-finals of the women's World Cup with victory over a Cameroon side who were left furious with several refereeing decisions.


Buchanan goal hands Canada slender 1-0 win over Cameroon

firefoxDefender Kadeisha Buchanan scored on the stroke of halftime to hand Canada a winning start to the women’s World Cup as they edged Cameroon 1-0 at a rainy Stade de La Mosson on Monday.


Cameroon blasts officials after loss to England

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England v Cameroon: Women's World Cup last-16 LIVE

firefox"Live text commentary on the Women\u0027s World Cup last-16 match between England and Cameroon."


Cameroon Advance To World Cup Knockout Round With Ludicrous, Last-Minute Solo Goal

firefoxFacing elimination from the Women’s World Cup and desperately searching for a late goal to push them through to the knockout rounds, Cameroon countered a late New Zealand throw-in with a burst forward toward the Football Ferns’ net in the 95th minute. It was Cameroon’s goal, but most of the credit should go to…Read more...


VAR in the spotlight again as Cameroon fume over offside calls

firefoxCameroon's players made little effort to hide their rage against the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) during their women's World Cup last-16 match against England on Sunday, after Phil Neville's side scored their second goal.


Cameroon’s shameful performance descends into playground farce | Suzanne Wrack

It was an achievement for the Indomitable Lionesses to reach the last 16 but they let themselves down against EnglandSpitting, elbows in the face and temper tantrums. England had arrived in quaint yet sophisticated Valenciennes on Friday likely not expecting that by Sunday evening they would feel like they were in a nursery. Yet that is what the Stade du Hainaut became as the Cameroon national team fell to pieces and threw their toys out of the pram in style. Related: England beat Cameroon to reach quarter-finals amid VAR drama Continue reading...


Cameroon beats New Zealand 2-1 to reach round of 16

MONTPELLIER, France (AP) — Ajara Nchout Njoya scored the second of her two goals in the fifth minute of stoppage time and Cameroon beat New Zealand 2-1 on Thursday night to advance to the round of 16 in the Women’s World Cup. Nchout Njoya slipped past New Zealand defender Ria Percival to curl the winning […] The post Cameroon beats New Zealand 2-1 to reach round of 16 appeared first on LEX18.com.