As in 2010, Cameroon has not registered a single point at its sad World Cup played in Brazil. The Indomitable Lions eliminated from the second game, bowed (1-4) to Brazil in their third and final match of the competition.
Time to take stock. For the midfielder of Sevilla, the case of bonuses has something to do with their results. Stephane Mbia released on the FIFA website. “We have to be objective and realistic, it has played a role,” he says. “In a big tournament, the World Cup, they must follow certain rules, and subconsciously we paid for our mistakes. But on the ground we give the best of ourselves.

Nobody wanted to do badly.”
For him, the Lions live well together anyway. “Despite what people think, we are very united.

There is no conflict, no problem.” What about the clash Assou Ekotto-Moukandjo? “It’s frustration over the face of the game (against Croatia),” says Mbia. “They are not bad guys, on the contrary, they are friends! They play together all the time.”

Source: Africa Top Sports

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