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Cameroon 2019 World Cup Soccer Highlights
England defeats Cameroon - Round of 16
England beat Cameroon in the knockout stage of the 2019 Women's World Cup 3-0 to advance to the quarter-finals. An indirect free kick came 14 minutes in when Cameroon's goalkeeper picked up the ball out of turn and England's Steph Houghton scored. Ellen White scored England's second goal 48 minutes in and minutes later Cameroon scored. Both scores were VAR reviewed, England's was upheld and Cameroon's reversed, infuriating Cameroon players. The final goal was a corner kick by Greenwood 57 minutes in.
Cameroon defeats New Zealand - Group Stage Match 3
Cameroon beat New Zealand 2-1 in the 3rd group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the Round of 16 as the best third-placed team. Ajara Nchout scored both goals for Cameroon, the first coming 56 minutes into play, an excellent footwork move past the goalkeeper for a made shot. New Zealand's lone goal came from an own goal by Aurelle Awona, a bad bounce on a defensive kick. And Nchout's second score came 94 minutes in, another footwork move past 3 defenders inside the box.
Netherlands defeats Cameroon - Group Stage Match 2
Netherlands beat Cameroon 3-1 in the second group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the Round of 16. Netherland's Vivianne Miedama headed in the first score from a Sarina Wiegman side pass 41 minutes in. Cameroon's Gabrielle Onguene answered back 3 minutes later. Just after the half Dominique Bloodworth converted a free kick, and Miedama scored the final goal with just five minutes to go. Miedama became the European champions' all-time top scorer, surpassing Manon Melis.
Canada defeats Cameroon - Group Stage Match 1
Canada beat Cameroon in Group Stage Match 1 of the 2019 Women's World Cup, 1-0. Canada's centre back, Kadeisha Buchanan made the winning goal just before halftime. Cameroon's defense put up quite a fight the whole match, making Canada work hard for their win. Canada had possession for 69 percent of the first half, with seven corners to Cameroon's two. It was the 89th goal of Buchanan's career that spelled the end of the game for Cameroon. Canada went on to play New Zealand.
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