World Cup 22: 3-3 Draw In Cameroon-Serbia Thriller

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A group G World Cup match between Cameroon and Serbia, which turned out to be one of the most thrilling games of Qatar 2022, ended in a draw, with both teams scoring three goals apiece.

The draw gives both sides their first point of the tournament.

Cameroon took the lead with Jean-Charles Castelletto scoring in the 29th minute.

Two stoppage time goals in the first half by Strahinja Pavlovic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic helped Serbia lead 2-1.

Aleksandar Mitrovic scored in the 53rd minute to increase their lead to 3-1.

The introduction of Vincent Aboubakar proved pivotal, as his 63rd minute gaol giving the African nation hope. Aboubakar again broke through just two minutes late, setting a goal for team mate Eric Maxime Choupo Moting.

This is the first time that Cameroon have scored three goals in a World Cup match.

The group's other teams - Brazil and Switzerland - are set to lock horns later in the day.

In a group H match on Monday, Ghana subdued a fighting South Korean team by 3-2.

Goals by Mohammed Salisu and Kudus Mohammed helped Ghana lead 2-0 in the first half while Korea equalized with two consecutive goals by Cho Guesung after the breather.

Kudus Mohammed scored the winner in the 68th minute to give the African lions three valuable points.

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