Switzerland under the captaincy of senior central mid-fielder Granit Xhaka locked horns with Cameron in their tournament opener of the FIFA World Cup 2022. It wasn’t to say that the match was inclined to either of the sides both teams gave a tough contest to each other in the entire 90 minutes of the game.

Speaking of the stats of the match, Cameron went on to hit more shots than Switzerland which was a bit of bitter pill to swallow for the 15th-ranked team in FIFA rankings. Apart from that, Cameron also smashed five shots on target whereas the Swiss team could manage to hit only 3 shots on target.

So, without further ado, here we’ll have a look at the complete action of this Group G match between Switzerland and CHOUPO-MOTING Eric Maxim’s men in.

Here’s what happened in the match between Switzerland and Cameron

The match was looking like a very equal contest in the beginning as both teams had a strong hold on the game whenever they got possession of the ball. The first half of this match ended without any goal. Both teams were leveled at the score line 0-0 at the time of half-time’s whistle.

But the young 25-year-old center forward Breel Embolo had some other plans on the day, and he succeeded to execute his plans as well. The Yaoundé-born forward smashed a first and match-defining goal in favor of his team in the 48th minute of the game.

Switzerland maintained this till the whistle of the final time and they eventually ended up as the winners of the match against Cameron. Now, the Swiss team is at the top of the table in Group G with three winning points to their name.

Now, Xhaka & co will lock horns with Thiago Silva’s Brazil on Monday, the 28th of November at 9.30 PM according to the Indian standard time. Both teams will play this match at Stadium 974 in Doha of Qatar. Prior to that, the Seleção are set to take on Serbia in their first match of the tournament tomorrow on the 25th of November at

FIFA World Cup 2022: Breel Embolo’s match-defining goal against Cameroon helps Switzerland start their campaign with a morale-boosting win