Cameron player ratings from their World Cup qualifier with Malawi in Yaounde Olembe Stadium, as Vincent Aboubakar, Ngadeu Michael get on the scoresheet in front of an empty crowd at the Olembe Arena
Despite the woeful behaviour from some the Cameroon football federation officials and the ministry of sports and physical education on media men and women, Antonio Conciecao side remarkably and admirably kept their cool to maintain their 100 per cent start on the road to Qatar in their first match
EPASSY DEVIS 6/10
A None virtual spectator. He will rarely have an easier game than this. When called into action, he did everything right.
MBAIZO OLIVIER 6/10
Wonderful ball split the Malawi defence to give Moumi Ngamaleu a one-on-one. Never in trouble at the back.
MOUKOUDI HAROLD 7/10
One heart-in-mouth moment when a lapse in concentration almost saw him caught out in the first half – otherwise comfortable.
NGADEU MICHAEL 8/10
Completely unruffled at the back with a typically classy performance – and even got his name on the scoresheet with his head.
FAI COLLINS 6/10
Continued where he left off at the 2017 Nations Cup but with a left back position with his forwards bursts. Linked well with Toko Ekambi and Choupo Moting.
HONGLA MARTIN 6/10
Reckless challenge on the edge of the box put Cameroon in trouble But kept the pressure on by continually winning the ball.
KUNDE MALONG 8/10
Cameroon’s Player of the first half looked calm and composed as ever. Alongside Hongla he totally dominated midfield and provided and an exceptional assist for the first goal and was well converted by Captain Aboubakat Vincent
CHOUPO MOTING 7/10
Given the responsibility of playing as the No10 and tried to link play around a congested box. His overlap and pull-back created Aboubakar’s opener and also missed a chance at the early segment
TOKO EKAMBI 6/10
Should have put Cameroon ahead when through on goal early in the first half and would go on to waste a couple more. And could not get his customary goal in the first game of the qualifiers
MOUMI NGAMALEU 6/10
Caused Malawi so many problems running with the ball. A performance brimming with menace.
VINCENT ABOUBAKAR 8/10
Man of the March of the game and should have put should have made it two when through on goal early in the second half and would go on to waste a couple more. But got his customary goal in qualifiers in the first half when heading in Kunde’s marvelous cross at the middle of the mark. He becomes the first player to score at the Olembe stadium
Ignatius Nganago (Toko Ekabi, 64’) N/A
Yvan Neyiy (Choupo, 65’) N/A
Bassogog (Ngamaleu, 74’) N/A
Aboubakar ( Bohoken, 74)
Zambo ( Kunde, 87)