Abu Bakr, the greatest African substitute in the World Cup history

Vincent Aboubakar succeeded in bringing Cameroon back into the atmosphere of the team’s match against Serbia, at Al Janoub Stadium, in the second round of Group G matches at the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Cameroon advanced first through Jean-Charles Castilletto in the 29th minute, and Serbia equalized the score in the first minute of stoppage time for the first half via Strahenja Pavlovic, and added the second goal in the third minute of stoppage time through Sergei Milinkovic Savic, and Aleksandar Mitrovic scored the third goal in Minute (53), Vincent Abu Bakr reduced the score for Cameroon in the minute (64), and Maxim Choupo-Moting equalized the score in the minute (66).

According to the numbers of the “Opta” statistics network, Abu Bakr became the first substitute to succeed in scoring and making in one World Cup match for an African team.

Abu Bakr scored the goal in a technical way, by dropping a shot after the Serbian goalkeeper was alone, and he made the third goal with a distinguished cross by Moting, who was free from control inside the area.