Cameroon lose Moting to Namibia

Cameroonian international striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting announced, on Tuesday, his absence from his country’s two matches against Namibia in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers scheduled for Ivory Coast early next year, due to injury.
“Unfortunately, I have to cancel the upcoming matches of the national team due to back problems,” the Bayern Munich striker wrote on his Instagram.
He added, “I wish my colleagues, the Untamed Lions, the best of luck. I will work hard to get back on the field as soon as possible.”
The Cameroonian national team, which has held the continental title five times, most recently in 2019, is preparing for two confrontations against Namibia on the 24th and 28th of this month in Group C, which it leads with 3 points, with a 1-0 victory outside the rules over Burundi.
And Julian Nagelsmann, coach of the Bavarian giants, announced that his striker would not be available for the match against Augsburg in the 24th stage of the German League. Bayern won 5-3 due to a back injury that slightly affects his leg muscles.
Bayern renewed this month the contract of its 33-year-old striker until the summer of 2024, after his impressive performance this season, by scoring 17 goals in 26 matches in various competitions.

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