The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon are back, qualify for 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt

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The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon on Saturday March 23, trash Comoros 3 nil to secure a sit at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.

Cameroon, who won the last Nations cup in 2017 needed just a draw to secured a place at the continental football jamboree.  With their 3-0 win over Comoros in Yaounde, Cameroon that was stripped of its hosting rights in November 2018 now has an opportunity to defend its title.

It was Paris Saint-Germain’s Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting who set Cameroon on their way with a goal after just 37 minutes of playtime.

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China-based Christian Bassogog – who was named MVP at the last competition in 2017 scored Cameroon’s second goal in the 54th minute. Substitute forward, Clinton Njie of Olympique de Marseille hit Cameroon’s third goal after 89 minutes leading to Comoros frustrating defeat.

The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon have won the title 5 times and they are classified among the favorite selection now in Africa

The victory means Cameroon, coached by Clarence Seedorf, finished second in Group B behind with Morocco topping the classification on Group B

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AMOS FOFUNG Nkunchoh is a multi-talented journalist with an intrinsic passion for investigative, politics and conflict reporting. He's based in the U. S.A.

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