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Cameroon: Oyongo Bitolo misses confederations cup as the lions beat Morocco 1:0

The indomitable lions polyvalent left winger, Oyongo Bitolo left the pitch on a stretcher after a collision with a Moroccan player.

Midicts of the national team have confirmed to Cameroon Concord that the 6 shirted player will miss the up coming confederations cup as a result of a ligament tear. He might be out of play for about Six months.

Oyongo Bitolo plays for Impact Montreal, a division team in Canada.

Despite his exit from the match, the lions still stamped their authority on Morocco as they gave the Atlast Lions a 1 nil spanking. The lone goal of the game came in at the 29th minute as lions main striker, Aboubakar Vincent exerted his morphology on two Moroccan defenders before netting the goal.


The Moroccan squad also created some scoring opportunities which were never concretised due to the vigilance and stability of lions defense wall manned by Adolph Teikeu and Michael Ngandeu and the super saves of keeper, Fabris Ondoa.

It should be noted that Morocco has never won Cameroon in any international game though they have met 11 times now with the lions winning the 6th time this 10th of June, with 5 draws recorded.

The indomitable lions of Cameroon now tops their group with 3 points same number of points for Malawi which beat the Comoros Island 1 nil in their own game.

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