YAOUNDE - Samuel Eto'o missed a late
penalty as Cameroon drew 0-0 at home to Senegal on Saturday to
remain five points behind their rivals in African Nations Cup
Group E qualifying.
The result left Cameroon, who have two matches to play,
facing the possibility of missing out on next year's finals
after a run of eight successive appearances.
Eto'o, the African Footballer of the Year, hit the bar with
his 87th-minute spot kick.
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had coach Amara Traore sent off for protesting while goalkeeper
Bouna Coulibaly made a string of fine saves before going off
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