Cameroon Overcome Changing Room Fallout To Rescue Point

Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana has been sent home after a pre-match disagreement with manager Rigobert Song.

Cameroon came from behind to share the points with Serbia in a thrilling World Cup, Group G encounter.

Serbia led 2-1 at the break after goals from Strahinja Pavlovic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in first-half injury time.

Aleksandar Mitrovic made it 3-1 early in the second half but Cameroon hit back with goals from Vincent Aboubakar and Eric Choupo-Moting.

Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana has been sent home after a pre-match disagreement with manager Rigobert Song.


Those two sides have a point after two games while group opponents Brazil and Switzerland - who both have three points - kick off at 4.

Neymar and Danilo will miss out for the Samba Boys through injury.  

They've just kicked off in Group H with South Korea taking on Ghana who have yet to earn a point.

The Koreans can go top of that group with a win.

In the same group - Portugal are up against Uruguay at 7pm. 

 

Wales defender Ben Davies says they're not paying any attention to whether Harry Kane will play for England in tomorrow's Group B clash.

The England captain suffered a foot injury in their opener against Iran but did start in the draw with the USA.

Wales need to win to have any chance of reaching the last 16 so Davies says his Spurs team-mate isn't their sole focus.

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