🇨🇲U20 AFCON : Eto’o, Milla, Tchato in Cameroon’s starting XI to face Mozambique

Ousmanou Christophe has made sweeping changes to his lineup, with Étienne Eto'o starting for the first time.

The head coach of the U20 lions of Cameroon Ousmanou Christophe, has made sweeping changes in his starting XI to face Mozambique in their last group A game at the ongoing U20 AFCON in Mauritania.

The Junior lions will take on bottom placed Mozambique as from 8pm Cameroon time, at the stade Cheika Ould Boïdiya, in Nouakchott.

Ahead of the game, the technical staff of the U20 lions have opted for a huge Squad rotation, after haven already secured qualification for the quarter finals.

All the players who featured in the Starting XI in their previous game against Uganda, have rested, while handing rare starts to Étienne Eto’o, Enzo Tchato, Atangana Amougou, and a host of others. La Berrichonne de Châteauroux’s goalkeeper Wilfried Bedfian, starts at goal.

Starting XI vs Mozambique


Wilfried Bedfian


Enzo Tchato
Atangana Mvondo
Kotto Samuel
Nyabeye Dibango


Tenkou Yanike
Atangana Marc
Étienne Eto’o


Yahaya Abdoulaye
Kekoh Ndifor
Kevin Prince Milla

Despite the huge Squad rotation, coach Ousmanou Christophe is still expecting his boys to put up a veritable show.

we do everything possible to finish this first round with maximum points. It is also a match that will prepare us for the rest of the competition. So we have to on constant alert, like soldiers who are at war. No matter the opponents, we will have 11 lions on the pitch”, the gaffer told the press pre_match.

The Junior lions of Cameroon are on the haunt for their second continental title. The last time Cameroon won the competition, was in 1995.


Afeseh Apong

Afeseh Apong is a graduate of the Advanced School of Mass Communication, ASMAC, and is currently Team press officer of PWD Bamenda

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