The time is come for Cameroon to reconsider its stands on the path to qualifying for the 2014 world cup in Brazil. The journey which began on an almost roller-coaster ride has become sour milk in the mouth of Cameroonian football lovers. Cameroon failed to make up ground in Group I when they played to a 0-0 draw against the Democratic Republic of Congo in their 2014 Fifa World qualifier at Stade de Martys in Kinshasa on Sunday June 16th,2013.
The Indomitable Lions were looking to catch up with log leaders Libya, who defeated Togo 2-0 on Friday to pull away from the rest of the group.
Volker Finke’s side were still without their top striker Samuel Eto’o, who missed the game due to a hamstring injury, and his presence was missed again as they failed to find the back of the net for the second straight game.
The result leaves Libya in pole position with nine points, two points ahead of Cameroon, while the Democratic Republic of Congo and Togo with six and four points, respectively.Cameroon will now look to collect maximum points from their final qualifier when they host Libya in a top-of-the-table clash in September.