Cameroon Vs Nigeria Breaking News On Today's "Walkover Match!"

Stade Omnisport Ahmadou Ahidjo  Yaounde Maybe Virtually Empty as Fans Vows to Boycott the second leg world cup qualifiers...on the other hand most Nigerians will be eager to watch from their tv sets....believe it's a Walkover game, Super Eagles of Nigeris can completely devour the 'indomie' lions even in Yaounde. A defeat of Cameroon today will land Nigeria in Russia for 2018 Fifa World Cup.

According to Complete Sports, at least 20 people the correspondent spoke with here in Yaounde have said they will not bother turning up for today's World Cup qualifier between the Indomitable Lions and the Super Eagles.

Enthusiasm for the match was quite high from Tuesday night when some Nigerian journalists arrived, most of the fans predicting home and away wins for their darling Lions. But since Friday when the Super Eagles eat up the Lions like Suya with a 4-0 win in Uyo, the boastful fans have been stunned into silence.

Now they are saying they will not come to the Stade Omnisport Ahmadou Ahidjo to cheer their team.
“I love my country very much but no, I’m not going to the stadium,” Arlette, a young lady who works at a supermarket in the Tsinga Quarters, said.
“I’m not interested anymore. Somebody wanted to buy me a ticket, but I said I’m not going anymore. He has also changed his mind.”

Another Yaounde resident, Ameer, one of the receptionists at the Phenix Hotel in Titi Garage, close to the stadium, will not be interested in what is going on about 500 metres away from his work place.
“What’s the point of watching?” asks the bi-lingual Ameer in decent English. “Even if the Lions beat your team on Monday, it makes no difference.
“I couldn’t believe my eyes on Friday, what was wrong with our team? It’s a good thing many people have not bought tickets.”

Emmanuel, the owner of the small bar around Mobil Essos, where watched Friday night’s match, still found it hard to stomach the defeat a full 24 hours after.
“How can African champions play like that? So, we won’t be going to Mundial,” the emotional Emmanuel said, his eyes welling up.
“I had so much belief in this team. Remember I told you we’d beat the Super Eagles in Uyo. Now, I don’t care about the result here. I’m not watching. I’ll be supporting Nigeria in the World Cup, your team has already qualified.”

Fanny, a shop attendant at a mobile phone shop at the Casino area of the city centre, simply said she had better things to do than waste time watching the Lions lose again.
“If they lost 4-0 in Nigeria, what makes you think they won’t lose here?” she asked, not expecting an answer.
Almost all the Cameroonians our  journalists spoke with on Saturday said they would not be watching, most of them saying they changed their plans after the first leg.

But two young men said they must watch the Lions anytime they play and want some sort of revenge for the humiliation in Uyo.
“The Lions should at least win here to stop Nigeria from further boasting. Give us some revenge by winning here. I must go to the stadium on Monday,” Bonaventure, who sells socks in the Central Market, said.
Figures for ticket sales have not been released but signs are that the stadium might not be full to its 45,000 capacity on Monday.
Tickets go for from 1,000 FCFA (about N650) to 30,000 FCFA (about N19,500).

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