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South Sudan Holds Cameroon In Second Friendly

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*Cameroon 0-0 South Sudan

South Sudan and Cameroon played out another goalless draw in a friendly played on Wednesday at Amadou Ahidjo Stadium, Yaounde.

The first match between the sides at the same venue on Saturday, also ended 0-0.

Having missed a penalty in the first friendly, Tito Okello started from the bench on Tuesday before he was introduced in the 35th minute to replace Joseph Kuch Nyuar.

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The two results give South Sudan major boost as they prepare to face Uganda Cranes next month in AFCON Qualifiers.

Cameroon on the hand, has used a team of locally based players against South Sudan to prepare for the upcoming CHAN, a tourney they will be hosting next year.

South Sudan inspected by Cameroon officials. Fecafoot photo

Coached by Cyprian Ashu Bessong, South Sudan beat Seychelles 3-1 on aggregate to reach the AFCON group B where they sit bottom without a point after defeats in hands of Malawi and Burkina Faso.

International Friendlies
*Angola 0-0 Mozambique
*Japan 1-0 Ivory Coast
*Chad 0-0 Niger
*Niger 1-0 Sierra Leone
*Tunisia 1-1 Nigeria
*Mexico 2-2 Algeria

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