DAKAR - A last-minute goal from West Ham
United striker Demba Ba enabled Senegal to edge Cameroon 1-0 on
Saturday, leaving Cameroon vulnerable in Group E qualification
for the 2012 African Cup of Nations.
The match was heading for a draw when substitute Ba
collected the ball at the edge of the penalty box and shot past
goalkeeper Carlos Kameni, sending the capacity crowd into
After a 1-1 draw at home to the Republic of Congo, the
defeat leaves Cameroon with just four points from three games.
Senegal top the group with nine points from three matches
and boast the best attack with 12 goals.
Cameroon, playing with top striker Samuel Eto'o on the flank
and Achille Webo up front, created plenty of chances but were
unable to convert.
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