FIFA WC: Serbia takes 2-1 lead against Cameroon at halftime

FIFA World Cup 2022: In a crucial Group G match at the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Monday, Strahinja Pavlovic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic scored goals in stoppage time to give Serbia a 2-1 halftime lead against Cameroon.

Jean-Charles Castelletto's tap-in in the 29th minute was overturned by Milinkovic-left-footed Savic's goal three minutes into extra time, two minutes after Pavlovic's header had penalised Cameroon for some appalling defending with his header.

Devis Epassy, Nouhou Tolo, Nicolas Nkoulou, Jean-Charles Castelletto, Collins Fai, Martin Hongla, Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, Pierre Kunde, Bryan Mbeumo, Karl Toko Ekambi, and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (capt)
Within the opening thirty minutes, Cameroon took a 1-0 lead over Serbia thanks to a simple tap-in from Jean-Charles Castelletto.

As they switched the ball from one side to the other, Cameroon kept constructing an attack and aimed it at winger Bryan Mbeumo. Before making a through pass that was open for a Cameroon throw-in, he took one or two steps.
Serbia came out in full force, scoring twice in the space of two minutes. In the final seconds of the opening half, Serbia equalised. Strahinja Pavlovic scored on a free kick for them that was a little outside the D.

Serbia and Croatia are now tied on goals after a free kick from Dusan Tadic was beautifully headed in by Pavlovic.

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