After a convincing 4-0 victory in Uyo on Saturday, Moses Simon gave Gernot Rohr’s an early lead in Yaounde with a 30th minute strike which turned out to be the only difference before the half-time break as they edge closer to a place in Russia next year.
With just 15 minutes left before the end of the encounter at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium, goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa upended Djoum Arnaud which resulted into a penalty kick that was beautifully taken by Porto’s Vincent Aboubakar to give the Hugo Broos' men a goal in front of their home fans.
Despite the stalemate in Yaounde, Nigerians praised the Super Eagles for their efforts as they maintain their spot at the summit of the Group B which has Algeria and Zambia.
Congratulations Super Eagles. One more game and Russia will be a reality— Victor Ikpeba (@V_Ikpeba) September 4, 2017
Excellent performance by Super Eagles over the 2 legs. 4 points in 6 vs Cameroun is not to be sniffed. One more win & we are through.💪💪💪— Babanla (@biolakazeem) September 4, 2017
Well done, Eagles! You did us proud. With the excellent football you displayed today, the Russia 2018 World Cup is within reach.— Atiku Abubakar (@atiku) September 4, 2017
Thoroughly enjoyed this game, the Lions rallied from a goal down to salvage their reputation as it ended 1-1 #CMRNGA— Lolade Adewuyi (@Jololade) September 4, 2017
Brilliant result in the Lions' den, now let's get the job done against Zambia... #SoarSuperEagles— ÀYANFE (@tayo_taiwo) September 4, 2017