| Cameron scored against Cameroon, Mbolo’s third goal in a row

Doha: Switzerland’s Breel Mbolo did not stop to celebrate after scoring a goal against Cameroon in the World Cup Group G match.

Embolo did not celebrate because the goal was against the country of his birth, but raised his hands. Mbolo was born on February 14, 1997 in Yonde, the capital of Cameroon. Parents separating at a young age. Embolo’s mother moved to France for higher studies. There, the mother fell in love with a Swiss man. With that they moved to Switzerland. He received Swiss citizenship in December 2014.

Swiss team FC Professional football began with Basel. He moved to Schalke, the first division of the German Bundesliga. Borussia Monchengladbach in 2019 Currently playing for French Ligue 1 club Monaco. He has scored seven goals in 15 appearances for Monaco this season. Embolo has played in the Swiss under-16, 20 and 21 teams and has been in the national team since 2015. He scored 12 goals in 61 games.

Mbolo also became the top scorer for the third game in a row for the national team. Cameroon fell after stifling Switzerland in the first half. Granit Xhaka forward from midfield to Serdar Shaqiri. Shaqiri passed to Mbolo who was unmarked inside the box. Mbolo easily hit the ball into the net with goalkeeper Andre Onana helpless. In the first half, the Swiss did not manage to make a single shot on goal. Cameroon, who are ranked 43rd in the world, have come into a close battle against Switzerland, ranked 15th. Onana was not tested by a single shot from Switzerland in the first half where both teams were close. together in possession. Despite creating great chances, the lack of finishing was a hindrance for Cameroon, and the Swiss’s moves around Xerdan Shaqiri made the fans hot. Cameron’s first move towards goal comes in the 10th minute. Brian Mbiumo’s shot which came up from his own half and cut through the Swiss defense into the box was blocked by Swiss goalkeeper Yann Sommer. Cameron, who was behind in possession, soon took control of the game. Mbyumo on the right wing and Toko Ekambi on the left tested the Swiss defense with breakthroughs. The Swiss defenders worked very hard to block the advances and corner kicks of Chopo Motting and his team.

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