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Goalkeeper: Andre Onana 8/10
The 25-year-old made three vital saves to help his team advance to the last eight.
Left-back: Nouhou Tolo 5/10
Was easily beaten by his marker and looked uncomfortable throughout. However, he was solid going forward.
Centre-back: Michael Ngadeu 7/10
He has been a constant feature at the back and bailed out the full-backs several times.
Centre-back: Jean-Charles Castelletto 6/10
The 26-year-old looked shaky early on, but grew in confidence. However, in the latter stages, he was caught out of position twice.
Right-back: Collins Fai 6/10
Allowed Comoros attackers to use his department on numerous occasions but helped a great deal in build-ups.
Central midfielder: Martin Hongla 7/10
He made his second start in the competition and rewarded the technical bench with an assist. His late untimed tackle led to the Comoros goal.
Central midfielder: Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa 6/10
The Napoli man had a great partnership with Hongla but was uncharacteristically quiet especially in attack.
Centre-forward: Eric Choupo-Moting 4/10
A disappointing outing for the the Bayern Munich man despite his quality.
Right midfielder: Moumi Ngamaleu 7/10
He initiated the build-up for the first goal and was a willing runner the whole time he was on the pitch.
Left midfielder: Karl Toko Ekambi 7/10
Scored his third goal in the competition with a lucky finish; on another day he could have easily grabbed a hat-trick.
Centre-forward: Vincent Aboubakar 9/10
The captain was in the mood and caused all types of problems to the opponents. Assisted and scored, and was unlucky to see another one scraped off for offside.
Christian Bassogog: 5/10
Came on after 63 minutes, replacing Toko Ekambi and helped stop the Comoros attacks. Was denied a goal from a good position.
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Clinton N'Jie: 4/10
Came on place of Choupo-Moting but helped more in defending.
James Lea: N/A
Came on with 13 minutes to go, not rated.
Stephane Bahoken: N/A
Replaced the captain but his impact was minimal.