Cameroon and Serbia are still in the World Cup after a classic 3-3 draw in their Group G clash today (Monday), in the tournament’s final 10 am GMT kick-off. Serbia may be the more disappointed of the two nations, having led 3-1 thanks to goals from Strahinja Pavlovic, Sergei Milinkovic-Savic, and Aleksander Mitrovic. They appeared to be in cruise control after coming back from a 1-0 deficit thanks to Jean-Charles Castelletto’s goal for the Indomitable Lions.
Cameroon 3-3 Serbia
They lived up to their nickname after falling behind by two goals, with substitute Vincent Aboubakar sparking a thrilling comeback, first lobbing the goalkeeper and then setting up Eric Choupo-Moting to level at 3-3. From there, it appeared that one side would score the winning goal, but the game ended level, leaving both teams with a slim chance of making the last 16. Check out Standard Sport’s live blog below to see how the game unfolded.
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Goalkeeper Milkinkovic-Savic easily catches a late Cameroon corner. Is there going to be another late twist in this game? At the other end, Grujic sends a shot goalward, but it’s an easy save. That’s the end of it. A wild and brilliant match ends 3-3, a point each, and these two teams will fight again another day.