World Cup 2022 highlights: Cameroon beats Brazil, 1-0

The group phase of 2022 FIFA World Cup ended Friday with Cameroon (1-1-1) beating Brazil (2-0-1) 1-0 at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar.

Meanwhile, Switzerland (2-0-1) defeated Serbia (0-1-2) in the other Group G match.

Here are the best plays!

Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights

Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights

Cameroon 1, Brazil 0

6′: Early yellow card

Cameroon defender Nuhu Tolo received a yellow card after an unpleasant collision with Brazilian striker Antoni Santos.

14′: Big save

Brazil looked poised to score the first goal of the game before Cameroon goalkeeper Davies Epassi diverted Gabriel Martinelli’s header from close range.

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32′: I can’t

Cameroon defender Collins Faye was booked for tripping Brazil striker Rodrigo.

45+3′: Almost

Cameroon struggled with shots on goal in the first half but had a golden opportunity before half time to strike. However, Brian Mbeumo’s header was deflected off Ederson, Brazil’s goalkeeper.

Ederson makes a stunning save on Cameroon’s shot to keep Brazil at 0-0 with Cameroon

Ederson makes a stunning save on Cameroon's shot to keep Brazil at 0-0 with Cameroon

56′: Epassy’s show

The goalkeeper of Cameroon is playing. Epassy’s final highlight-reel save came when he deflected Martinelli’s shot over the net.

60′: Get this out of here!

Brazilian defender Dani Alves cleared the ball out of danger in emphatic fashion.

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84′: Match of missed shots

Cameroon and Brazil both missed their fair share of shots. This time, Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimarães’ shot was a light hook from the left.

90+2′: GOAL!

Vincent Aboubakar headed home in the dying moments to give Cameroon the lead. He then took off his shirt and celebrated…

… and got his second yellow card for it.

Cameroon won 1-0.

Setting the scene

Brazil had already qualified for the knockout stages and were guaranteed to top the group with a win or draw against Cameroon, or if Switzerland failed to beat Serbia. If Brazil lost and Switzerland won, the group winner would be determined by goal difference and subsequent tiebreaks if necessary.

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Cameroon would have been eliminated if Switzerland beat Serbia. Could qualify with a win against Brazil if Switzerland/Serbia draw or if Serbia wins, but only if they win a tiebreaker.

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