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This time the match ended goalless and despite Cameroon’s dominance during almost 80 minutes of play, they did not manage to win and will have to work a little on their definition for what is coming, which is the second round of the African Qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar 2022.
On the other hand, Nigeria must also work a lot on their team, as they are unable to create a collective game that allows them to hurt the opponent easily, they will also play the second round of the African Qualifiers for the World Cup of Qatar 2022.
Out: Lea Siliki
In: Martin Assomo
Out: Musa
In: Anayo Iwuala
Out: Castelleto 
Enter: Gouet
The possession is 61% for Cameroon and 39% for Nigeria.

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This shows the great dominance of the Cameroonian team. 
out: Collins
Enter: Marcus
Out: Chupo-Moting. In: Tchakonte, Malong and Billong.
In: Bahoken, Zamba, Hongla and Ngadeu-Ngadjui.
Nigeria continues to hold the game rather than play it.
Out: P. Onuachu
In: T. Moffi
Stadium: Wiener Neustadt
Kickoff: 12:00 hrs. (Washigton D.C.)
Where to watch: No broadcast
Where to follow: VAVEL
It has a capacity of 10,000 people.

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