By Etienne Mengnjo
Cameroon’s international and right-back defender, Collins Fai, says the team would do everything possible to win against Serbia when they meet them in the second group match of the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Speaking during a press conference attended by the team’s coach Rigobert Song, Fai said, no mistakes will be allowed given that the slightest mistakes will be paid in cash.
“It is very important for us to show something different from what we did in the previous game. We must win to hope to go far in this tournament.”
“We are serene and we know what awaits us,” Fai continued indicating, “We know the level of Serbia. We are going to give everything so that we don’t have any regrets.”
According to Fai, “We don’t have any calculation to make; we just have to give everything to win this match. It is a high-level tournament; the slightest mistake will be paid in cash. We are determined, nothing has changed.”
Cameroon will face Serbia in a crucial must-win game in Qatar on Monday, November 28. In their first match, the Indomitable Lions lost to Switzerland 1-0.
Cameroon has also lost eight straight World Cup matches in a row. They are fighting to avoid equaling Mexico’s unwanted record of nine in that regard.
A win this Monday will spring up their next-round dream even though they will face Brazil in the last group match.