Unlike the first leg, he had little to do here. Beaten by a lethal Akaichi goal but was a spectator for much of the game.
Aurélien Chedjou Fongang
The Galatasaray defender did his job competently with much of the play taking place further up the pitch.
Produced a typically mixed display. A real threat going forward but also had some suspect moments and almost conceded a penalty after the break.
Marshalled the backline well and is definitely one of the standout performers within the Cameroon defensive ranks ahead of the World Cup.
Won the midfield battle alongside Makoun and produced a strong performance.
Jean II Makoun
Top of the Match
Man of the match. Scored two goals, one a thumping header and the second showing the composure of a striker to slot home. Was everywhere and produced some vital tackles and passes.
Slotted into defence and did a steady enough job but was perhaps wisely replaced on 70 minutes.
Decent enough without getting hugely involved but did what was required as Cameroon dominated much of the game.
Fantastic in the first half and the decision to bring him into the line-up certainly paid off. Direct running caused havoc down the left and scored a fine individual goal. Missed a glorious opportunity after the break but it was not costly.
Pierre Achille Webo
Set Cameroon on their way to Brazil with an expertly-taken early goal. Came off midway through the second half but had played his part in a convincing wing.
Did not get on the scoresheet himself but did put his issues with the national team to one side and produced a good all-round performance. Showed fine movement and played some good passes but not at his brilliant best.
Came on for M’Bia in defence with 20 minutes remaining.
A late change for Moukandjo, who had picked up a knock.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
An excellent cameo. Made a real difference after coming on. His shot off the post led to Makoun’s goal and he created other opportunities for himself and his team-mates.