Mbia Strike Sends Honduras Out

Cameroon 1-0 Honduras

A solitary Stephane Mbia strike was enough for Cameroon to overcome a blunt Honduran challenge in Group D at the Olympic Games.

Mbia struck the game's only goal with 15 minutes to play, to which Honduras had no reply.

From a distance of 20 yards, the Rennes midfielder unleashed a low drive that crept just inside Kevin Hernandez’s post.

The 2000 Olympic champions had a number of opportunities to add to their one-goal tally, with Christian Bekamenga being particularly culpable of squandering a golden opportunity.

The win takes Cameroon to four points after their opening day 1-1 draw with South Korea. After this second successive defeat, Honduras are already eliminated from this year's Olympic competition.


Cameroon: A Tingyemb - A Ghomsy, A Bikey, A Song, B Kingue - E Alexis, S Mbia, F Songo’o, A Fongang - C Bekamenga, G Bebbe.

Honduras: K Hernandez - Q Arzu, D Molina, S Caballero, E Norales - E Martinez, R Padilla, R Nunez, J Claros, H Thomas - C Pavon.


Cameroon: Mbia (74’)

Honduras: -


Cameroon: Songo’o (20’) Enam (46’)

Honduras: Claros (6’), Norales (24’)


Abdullah Mohamed Al Hilali

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Mbia Strike Sends Honduras Out Reviewed by admin Ucop on 12:52 AM Rating: 5

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