By Puneet Chaudhary - November 24, 2022
33 minutes ago
Switzerland beat Cameroon 1-0 in the FIFA World Cup on Thursday. Briel Embolo scored for Switzerland in the 48th minute just after half time. However, he did not celebrate the goal. In fact, Brill was born in Cameroon, but now plays in Switzerland.
After this match, now Switzerland has come on top in Group G with 3 points. The next match of the group will be played between Brazil and Serbia late tonight.
Briel Embolo scored the goal in the 48th minute.
Cameron was abandoned at the age of 5
When Embolo Briel was five years old, his parents separated. Brel moved with his mother to France and the next year to Switzerland. With this, he got the citizenship of Switzerland and from there he made a place in the Switzerland National Football Team.
After scoring the goal, Briel Embolo apologized to his Cameroonian compatriots with folded hands.
scored in the second half
In the first half the score was 0-0. Switzerland’s Briel Embolo scored in the 48th minute just after the first half. He received a pass inside the box, taking advantage of which he beat the goalkeeper to score. Switzerland hit 6 shots on goal, one of which went inside the net.
Jann Sommer, the goalkeeper of Switzerland, performed brilliantly. He kept a clean sheet making 5 saves. When a goalkeeper does not score a single goal in a football match, it is called a clean sheet.
Now see the points table of Group-G
Cameroon created chances but failed to score.
Cameroon created more chances than Switzerland during the game. While Switzerland had 6 shots on goal, Cameroon had 8. Despite this, Cameron was unable to finish well and failed to win the match.
Starting playing XI of Switzerland and Cameroon
Switzerland (4-5-1)Squad: Yann Sommer, Sylvan Vidmar, Niko Elvedic, Manuel Akanji, Ricardo Rodriguez, Remo Freulier, Grant Xaka, Mohamed Souw, Ruben Vargas, Xherdan Shaqiri, Briel Embolo.
Cameroon (4-3-3): Andre Onana, Nicolas Nkoulu, Collins FAI, Jean-Charles Castelletto, Nuhou Tolo, Andre-Frank Jambo Anguisa, Samuel Gouet, Martin Hangla, Carl Toko Ekambi, Chopo-Moting Eric Maxim, Brian Mbumo.