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Cameroon keep African hopes alive as Nigeria exit World Cup

Cameroon's Francine Zouga controls the ball during the first half of their Women's World Cup group C match against Switzerland at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Canada on June 16, 2015Surprise newcomers Cameroon kept African hopes alive at the Women’s World Cup as continental champions Nigeria followed Ivory Coast by exiting the tournament after the group stage. Cameroon came from behind to beat Switzerland 2-1 following second-half goals from Gabrielle Onguene and substitute Madeleine Ngono Mani in Edmonton on Tuesday. The 53rd-ranked African side next take on 1999 runners-up China in the knockout round in Edmonton on Saturday.

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