Cameroon have come from behind to trounce Ethiopia in group ‘A’ of the African Cup Of Nations on Thursday, 13th.
The Indomitable Lions beat Ethiopia 4-1, the highest win since the start of the competition.
Meanwhile, Toni Conceição’s men had also scored double to win their opener against Burkina Faso on Sunday.
Following their last victory, Cameroon now put one foot in the second round of the African tournament.
The team which had only made it once out of the group stage now stays on top of group ‘A’ table with maximum six points from two matches.
Kudos to brace apiece from Cameroon’s duo, Vincent Aboubakar and Karl Toko Ekambi who were at the double to help their country advance into the knockout stages.
Walia Ibex started well to have startled the hosts with a goal converted by Dawa Hotessa Dukele four minutes into the game.
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Reacting, Karl Toko Ekambi from Cameroon scored with a fine header four minutes later, to a level of 1-1.
Following that, Vincent Aboubakar also from Cameroon headed the ball home in the 53rd minute to give his side a 2-1 lead.
The former Porto star was fortunate to extend the lead following a great play from Collins Fai which set up the third goal, two minutes later.
The 29-year-old Ekambi therefore, sealed the victory with a final goal in the 67th minute.
Meanwhile, Senegal’s next match is against Equitorial Guinea on Friday ,14th.