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How Cameroon qualified for the World Cup (worldwide)

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Cameroon avoided drama on the last day of qualification as their 2-0 win in Morocco rendered Gabon's result in Togo meaningless.

Goals from Achille Webo and Samuel Eto'o sent the Indomitable Lions to the World Cup for the sixth time - a new African record.

Cameroon were bottom of their group after two games, before Paul Le Guen took over as manager from Otto Pfister.

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