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Switzerland vs. Cameroon live stream: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 TV channel, how to watch online, start timeGetty Images World Cup Group G play will see Switzerland and Cameroon meet Thursday in their opener. The two teams are joined by Brazil and Serbia in the group, with the Swiss looking like the favorites to advance in second place behind the South Americans, widely viewed as one of the cup favorites. Cameroon make their return to the competition after missing out in 2018, but the team has not made it out of the group stage in their last five participations. I agree to receive the "Golazo Starting XI Newsletter" and marketing communications, updates, special offers (including partner offers), and other information from CBS Sports and the Paramount family of companies.


But it didn't take long for Serbia to respond, and they levelled the match seven minutes later through Aleksandar Mitrovic. Dusan Tadic was afforded too much time on the Switzerland right-hand side and was able to execute a superb cross onto the head of the oncoming Mitrovic, who delicately flicked the ball past goalkeeper Gregor Kobel into the side netting. The tempo for the first-half was set from the get-go with Vanja Milinkovic-Savic making an incredible double save to keep his side ahead in the opening minute of the contest Xherdan Shaqiri put Switzerland ahead and quickly went to celebrate in front of the Serbia fans who had been whistling him throughout the game before he was substituted Mitrovic found the back of the net with a glancing header to get Serbia an equaliserDusan Vlahovic scored a brilliant goal to put Serbia ahead though he was replaced earlyThe game was suddenly turned on its head as the Eagles took the lead in the 35th minute.


Serbia 2-3 Switzerland: World Cup 2022 – as it happened


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World Cup 2022 - Serbia 2-3 Switzerland: Remo Freuler


24 | Time: 5 a. m. ETLocation: Al Janoub Stadium -- Al Wakrah, QatarTV: FS1 and Telemundo | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)Odds: Switzerland -140; Draw +240; Cameroon +440 (via Caesars Sportsbook)Listen below and follow In Soccer We Trust: A CBS Sports Soccer Podcast where your three favorite former USMNT players cover everything you could possibly want to know about the United States men's national team during the World Cup in Qatar. StorylinesSwitzerland: This national team has grown plenty over the last decade and are now dark horses for a deep run in major tournaments. With a talented midfield, experience all over and a top goalkeeper in Yann Sommer, they can compete.


Serbia 2-3 Switzerland: Swiss come from behind to book last-16 placeSwitzerland's World Cup journey continues after they came from behind to beat Serbia 3-2 in a crazy five goal thriller marred by second-half crowd trouble. Victory for Switzerland confirmed their passage into the Round of Sixteen for the third successive World Cup, where they will face Portugal, whilst Serbia depart the tournament bottom of Group G. However the joyous celebrations for Switzerland were blemished by crowd trouble in the stands early into the second half, with a FIFA announcement over the PA warning fans about the chanting of discriminatory and political language from within the stands towards the end of the game. Switzerland have reached the last-16 after a thrilling 3-2 victory over Serbia on Friday night At one stage Serbia looked like they would head through after taking a 2-1 lead over Switzerland Goals from Breel Embolo and Remo Freuler (pictured) ensured Switzerland went through Tensions appeared to boil over towards the end of the match as the likes of Granit Xhaka, Embolo and Nikola Milenkovic were involved in a confrontation which needed separating Aleksandar Mitrovic was dejected after the game as Serbia's tournament had come to an endMATCH FACTS AND RATINGS Serbia XI: V.


'You attack and defend as a team. We reversed the result after going behind, but after we didn't defend well and it was easy for the Swiss to score a second goal which shocked us' There was contrasting emotions for the two sets of players with Serbia now heading home Arsenal midfielder Xhaka exchanges words with Serbia keeper Milinkovic-Savic It is the second time that Serbia have been knocked out thanks to a defeat to SwitzerlandThere were calls for a Serbian penalty midway through the second-half after Mitrovic believed he was fouled by Fabian Schar, but referee Fernando Rapallini waived away all appeals, to the disbelief of the Serbian bench.


'We're happy to have found a way back into the game, ' Yakin said. 'It was important for us to focus on the game, before a lot were talking about the situation and we faced that challenge. Breel Embolo scored a vital goal just before the half-time break to put Switzerland level Freuler then secured the victory for Switzerland with a brilliant team goal after the break Switzerland players celebrate after the match and will now face Portugal on Monday'We scored the necessary goals at the right moment. 'The drama didn't stop there as three minutes after the break, the Rossocrociati were back in front. Remo Freuler was able to get onto Ruben Vargas' deft flick before sending Milinkovic-Savic the wrong way and sliding the ball into the bottom right corner to the raptures of the Swiss supporters. This was the second consecutive match that Serbia had been ahead at some point before conceding three, unacceptable in the eyes of Stojkovic.


Milinkovic-Savic 6. 5, Milenkovic 5, Veljkovic 5, Pavlovic 5. 5, Zivkovic 6, S. Milinkovic-Savic 6, Lukic 6, Kostic 6. 5, Tadic 7, Vlahovic 7. 5, Mitrovic 7. 5Subs: Gudelj (5), Jovic (5), Maksimovic (5), Djuricic (6), Radonjic (6). Switzerland XI: Kobel 5. 5, Widmer 6, Akanji 5, Schär 6, Rodríguez 5, Freuler 6, Xhaka 6, Shaqiri 6. 5, Sow 6, Vargas 5. 5, Embolo 6. 5. Subs: Fernandes (6), Zakaria (6), Fassnacht (6), Okafor (6)Referee: Fernando Rapallini - 7. MOTM: Xherdan Shaqiri. This was in response to apparent monkey chants that could be heard from certain sections of the stadium, something Serbia head coach Dragan Stojkovic was unaware was happening. 'I have no idea what happened really, ' Stojkovic said. 'I can't tell you what happened.


Switzerland vs Serbia, FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights


They've scored wins over the last couple years against France, Spain and Portugal. And while names like Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri in the midfield will make noise, this defense has talent with Fabian Schar, Manuel Akanji and Emray Comert resulting in some serious depth at center back. Cameroon: With star goalkeeper Andre Onana, they can stay in every game. But who is going to be the creator in the middle? This isn't the Cameroon of the Samuel Eto'o days, but if they can find that midfielder to create chances, there is enough in attack with Vincent Aboubakar, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and others to get them over the hump and into the knockout stage.


A loose ball after a mistake from Shaqiri fell to the feet of Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic, and the forward repaired the faith shown in him by his manager as he spun and fired into the bottom corner to give the Serbian's a deserved lead. This topsy-turvy encounter took another twist as Switzerland found themselves back on level terms on the stroke of half-time. The Swiss were able to work the ball out to the right-hand side, fullback Silvan Widmer was afforded too much time before firing across the box to the on-rushing Breel Embolo, who tapped in for his second of the tournament. Swiss head coach Murat Yakin was full of admiration for the determination his side showed to get back into the match.


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