Cameroon – GERvsCAM: Who played what?, see the players ratings on 10.

Written by Deckson N.

Very calm at the start of the game, the Cameroon national team held for the first 45 minutes, before being crushed by the German machine yesterday. Unable to repel the danger, she could have ended the meeting otherwise, if Mabouka had not been expelled from the party. Below is their rating on 10.

Fabrice Ondoa: 5/10

Always equal to himself, the Cameroonian goalkeeper stopped some fine actions, but his evening turned into a nightmare with the three goals he swallowed. An menu to which he is not really accustomed.

Ernest Mabouka: 4/10

Aligned in the right corridor, he did not have the legs to animate himself. The idea was to block Kimmich or Werner, and he did not always do it efficiently. He could have finished smuggling if Anguissa had transformed his cutbacks. Already an author of a foul who had allowed Australia to snatch the draw with Cameroon (1-1), he was expelled at the 65th.

Adolphe Teikeu: 4/10

It is his worst in this competition. Sometimes late, he did not help his team-mates to score. He suffered from displacements of Demirbay. It was clear he was not in the game.

Michaël Ngadeu: 5/10

The technical ease of the Germans caused him enormous difficulties. Despite a precious aggressiveness in the duels, he did not always succeed in making the weight in front of big customers.

Jérôme Guihoata: 3/10

Returning to play in place of Moukandjo, to close the hole left by Mabouka, he was often either too short or too slow during the German counters. Finally, he was easily swept by dribbles.

Fai Collins: 5/10

Imperial in the first half, the Cameroon left back had a little pitching during the second period when he experienced defensive difficulties. Offensively, he has been an interesting support, although his cutbacks did not always find customers.

Zambo Anguissa: 5/10

His placement science was useful. Dangerous on the only shot framed in the first half, he gradually disappeared from the landscape, sometimes inaccurate.

Sébastien Siani: 5/10

He started well. Just in his passes, he cut the opposing balls and generated the Germans in the construction of the game in the first period. But back from the locker room, his game went down in intensity. He pulled the tongue, getting smaller and smaller, over the opposing goals.

Arnaud Djoum: 5/10

Interesting to cut the German pressing, he was a good defensive asset. But like his team-mates, he then went out in the second half. He was replaced by Ngamaleu at the 57th.

Moumi Ngamaleu: 5/10

He came back into the game (57th) with a good dose of energy, and he shook the German left-hand corridor. He was a decisive passer with this perfect cutback which found the head of a Vincent Aboubakar who then put on the sole goal of the Lions.

Benjamin Moukandjo: 4/10

He never shot in the direction of Ter Stegen‘s net. The captain of the Lions was able to measure the long distortion that separated him from the German strikers.

Vincent Aboubakar: 5/10

In a team that has rarely created opportunities, he may have been the most prominent. Unlucky at the beginning of the match, he was rewarded by this Ngamaleu cross that he concluded from the head to allow the Lions to save the honor.

Christian Bassogog: 4/10

Nothing new for the player of Henan Jianye: he ran a lot on foot, tried some dribbles, but basically never worried the German goalkeeper. He was expected, and he missed the match that he ends without firing a single time in the direction of the nets of Ter Stegen. He gave way to Toko at the 82nd (not rated).

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