New Delhi: Cameroon Wednesday made light work of Maldives, beating the islanders 3-1, to set up a summit showdown with hosts India in the Nehru Cup football tournament here.
Kingue Mpondo was the star of the day for Cameroon as he scored twice, in the 12th and 39th minutes, to lead the Indomitable Lions into the final of the tournament in their maiden appearance.
Ebanga Bertin, who had scored a double in his team's 5-0 demolition of Nepal the other night, added to the tally when he scored from the spot in the 50th minute, after referee Mohammad Hamad awarded them a penalty for a foul committed by Ali Ashadh, who was guilty of pulling Mpondo by his shirt.
Ali was subsequently given the marching orders, which did not go down well with Maldives....more
09:29 PM, Aug 29, 2012