Vincent Aboubakar entered the history of African football

Published in Football News
November 28, 2022
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Vincent Aboubakar entered the history of African football

On the ninth day of the 2022 World Cup, the Group G match was opened with a match between Cameroon and Serbia, which turned out to be a high-scoring and brilliant match.

Cameroonians and Serbs played 3:3 and won one point each. It is worth noting the fact that the Serbs were winning 1:3 in the 53rd minute, but in the 55th minute, 30-year-old Vincent Aboubakar entered the field, who reduced the difference to a minimum in the 63rd minute, and in the 66th minute made an assist and scored for Choupo-Moting.

Vincent Aboubakar made history in African football - 30-year-old became the first African player since 1966 to score a goal and assist in one World Cup match after coming on as a substitute.

The next match in Group G will be held on November 28, at 20:00, where the teams of Brazil and Switzerland will face each other.


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