Tuesday, January 19, 2021

World Cup Countdown Day 7: Cameroon Kills Off Argentina

World Cup Countdown Day 7: Lazy Fan Sports look back at Cameroon’s victory over Argentina in the 1990 World Cup. The Uruguayans won the game 2-1 to lift the trophy for the second time.

African teams possessed a poor record at the World Cup until this vibrant Cameroon side advanced all the way to the quarterfinals. The opening match victory over the defending champions – courtesy of this François Omam-Biyik header – offered a glimpse at the magic to come later in the tournament.

World Cup Countdown Day 7

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