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Watch Tunisia vs Cameroon live stream football world cup qualifiers video sop cast online on PC

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Date :11/10/13
Status:LIVE

Watch Tunisia vs Cameroon live

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About Tunisia:
Qualification history
Morocco ended Tunisia’s first FIFA World Cup™ qualifying campaign – the preliminaries for Chile 1962 – by edging a replay after a two-legged tie had failed to separate the north African rivals. History repeated itself eight years later, with the Moroccans prevailing in a one-match play-off to decide which of them would go through to the last phase, the Atlas Lions eventually going on to the world finals for the first time in their history.

In the qualifiers for Germany 1974, Tunisia overcame Egypt in the first round, only to lose to Côte d’Ivoire. The Eagles of Carthage redeemed themselves at the next opportunity, however, exacting revenge on Morocco in a penalty shootout to make their maiden world finals appearance at Argentina 1978. They failed to return to the big stage in their next four attempts, a barren spell ended by successive qualifications for France 1998, Korea/Japan 2002 and Germany 2006. The Tunisians looked all set to keep the run going at South Africa 2010, but after earning a seemingly decisive draw away to Nigeria they lost their final game in Mozambique and fell a point short of qualification.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Tunisia have taken part in the world’s greatest football competition on four occasions, the first and most successful of them coming at Argentina 1978. They became the first African outfit to win a FIFA World Cup finals match when they saw off Mexico 3-1 in their opening match in Group 2, their one and only victory in the competition to date. Defeat to Poland followed and though they earned a creditable 0-0 draw against reigning world champions West Germany, the Tunisians failed to make the next round.

In each of their three subsequent appearances they have drawn one game and lost two. The pattern began at France 1998, where a 1-1 stalemate with Romania followed defeats to England and Colombia. At Korea/Japan 2002 Tunisia’s solitary point came against Belgium and was sandwiched by defeats to Russia and Japan, and in Germany four years later they kicked off with a 2-2 draw against Saudi Arabia before coming unstuck against Spain and Ukraine.

The current crop
The Eagles of Carthage laboured to reach Equitorial Guinea/Gabon at the 2012 CAF Africa Cup of Nations, only securing passage on the final match day in what looked to be a fairly straightforward group. Once there, they faired somewhat better, making it into quarter-finals but fell to Ghana in a 2-1 defeat after extra-time. They reached the finals in South Africa a year later, but struggled in a tough group containing Côte d’Ivoire, Algeria and Togo, departing at the group stage.

The key players
Issam Jemaa, Amine Charmiti, Oussama Darragi.

Coach: Ruud Krol
Best performance in a FIFA competition: FIFA U-17 World Cup Korea 2007 (Round of 16)
Former stars: Faouzi Benzarti, Sami Trabelsi, Youssef Zouaoui

About Cameroon :
Qualification history
Navigating a route through to the global showcase has become almost second nature for Cameroon, the traditional African giants having reached five of the last six final tournaments. Despite being regulars on the world stage, they were nonetheless made to wait for their initial breakthrough, testing themselves for the first time in 1970 but experiencing disappointment until finally making the cut in 1982. After missing out again in 1986, they then found the formula for consistent success, only falling short when a last-gasp penalty miss in their final game against Egypt deprived them of a place at Germany 2006.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Perhaps no team has done more to shake up perceptions of African football. The Indomitable Lions exited Spain 1982 at the group stage, but they ended their maiden excursion undefeated, having drawn 0-0 with both Peru and Poland and 1-1 with eventual winners Italy. Eight years later, they wrote themselves into the annals of the game by beating holders Argentina in the Opening Match and becoming the first African side to reach the quarter-finals, powered by the goals of evergreen striker Roger Milla. That breakthrough performance remains their finest showing, group-stage exits having followed in 1994, 1998, 2002 and 2010.

The current crop
Cameroon are still one of the most feared and respected sides on the continent, with iconic forward Samuel Eto’o perhaps destined to be regarded as the greatest African footballer of all time. Results since the turn of the century have done little to reflect the ability in their ranks, but after an under-par South Africa 2010 campaign and various internal problems, the Indomitable Lions will set off down the road to Brazil 2014 with genuine ambition. They will also boast a new generation of talent following the retirement of emblematic defender Rigobert Song.

The key players
In addition to the obvious charisma and goalscoring pedigree of Eto’o, Cameroon boast a number of gifted players in every department. Goalkeeper Carlos Idriss Kameni is a worthy successor to former No1s Thomas Nkono and Joseph-Antoine Bell, while the likes of Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Stephane M’Bia, Achille Emana, Joel Matip and Alexandre Song have all spent numerous years honing their skills in Europe’s most prestigious championships.

Coach: Jean-Paul Akono
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup Italy 1990 (Quarter-finals), Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Sydney 2000 (Winners)
Former stars: Roger Milla, Marc-Vivien Foe, Rigobert Song