Hassan Ibrahim’s Cameroon squad to face Botswana in the second-leg of the second 2024 FIFA U-20 World Cup this weekend in Gaborone has left the country this Tuesday afternoon on board an Ethiopia Airways bus.
Felicia Enganaben and co traveled via the Douala international Airport and are expected to transit at Bole in Ethiopia before connecting to Botswana.
Cameroon will arrive Botswana with a two-goal advantage obtained from the reversed fixture; courtesy Felicia Enganamben and defender Wehiong Marie Louise who scored in either half of the tight contest last weekend in Douala.
The return-leg game will be an opportunity for coach Hassan’s team to get the desired result and advance to the next round of the qualifier.
Though Cameroon won the first-leg game and looks destined to qualify, Botswana is good at home which adds an extra layer of excitement and anticipation to the second-leg game.
Cameroon in their quest to reach its first U-20 FIFA World Cup in Colombia will face the winner between Kenya and Angola in the third round – chances of getting Kenya looks highest after their 6-1 win in the first-leg game.
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