Cameroon sit second in Group D after four matches, one point below first placed team Ivory coast.
The team will need all three points against Ivory coast when they face each other in November if they are too boost their qualification chances.
Asked about the action that led to the goal he scored. The Slavia Prague player explained: “ I was just positioned where I was asked to be. I was hoping to see the ball get there because I chatted with the shooter and thank goodness the ball came back that way after the keeper fired, and I put it where it needed to be, and it smiled on us. ”
Coming back to Cameroon’s goal in this World Cup qualifying campaign, Michaël Ngadeu-Ngadjui stressed that it was a goal for him personally. “It was a pretty tough game, with a very tough opponent. We all know the conditions in which we traveled, so the most important thing was the three points, because that’s what allows us to continue to believe in qualifying for the World Cup. ”It is the most prestigious of competitions. It’s a goal for any footballer, and I also want to play it. We will do everything to qualify. The decisive match will be against Côte d’Ivoire in November, and everything will have to be done to win it, ” he said. The Indomitable Lion also confirmed that this second leg against Mozambique was difficult, due to their late trip to Morocco. ”