World Cup 2022: Onana suspension plunges Cameroon into another crisis
29 November 2022 | 3:21 pm
The suspension of first-choice goalkeeper Andre Onana for 'disciplinary reasons' has reverberated around the squad. Cameroon secured a point against Serbia in Onana's absence, but must beat Brazil to progress.
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