Switzerland vs. Cameroon: Breel Embolo apologized after scoring the 1-0 duel in Qatar 2022

Switzerland vs. Cameroon: Breel Embolo apologized after scoring the 1-0 duel in Qatar 2022
Switzerland vs. Cameroon: Breel Embolo apologized after scoring the 1-0 duel in Qatar 2022

A special goal, an emotional goal. This was the goal he scored Breel Embolo that represented the 1-0 of Switzerland against Cameroon by date 1 of Group G of Qatar 2022. The attacker had no problems to define in the goal of the African team.

In minute 2 of the second half, Xherdan Shaqiri escaped down the right flank and cross into the heart of the area where Embolo was, who with a right-footed shot overcame the resistance of the goalkeeper from Cameroon, the country where he was born 25 years ago.

In this way, the Monaco player apologized to the Cameroonian fans and did not want to celebrate despite the congratulations of his Swiss teammates.

It should be noted that the Swiss coach Murat Yakin presented the expected eleven, with Plungeras a reference in the front, in addition to his other figures, the goalkeeper Yann Sommer, Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka.

Switzerland one of the best

“We are one of the best Swiss teams that have ever existed. We have many high-performance players abroad. I am convinced that we will have a good World Cup,” Yakin explained before the match.

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Switzerland vs. Cameroon: this is how they started today’s duel in Qatar 2022

Swiss: Onana; Nkoulou, Fai, Castelletto, Tolo; Anguissa, Gouet, Hongla; Mbeumo, Ekambi and Choupo-Moting.

Cameroon: Sommer, Widmer, Akanji, Elvedi; Ricardo Rodriguez, Freuler, Xhaka; Sow, Ruben Vargas, Shaqiri and Embolo.

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