Cameroon Refuse To Restart Game After Goal And Protest

Cameroon Refuse To Restart Game After Goal And Protest  -

In a remarkable scene at the Women’s World Cup on Sunday afternoon, Cameroon refused to restart the game, immediately after England’s second goal was given.

England’s second goal, scored by Ellen White just before half-time, was initially ruled out for offside.

But that decision was correctly overturned by VAR, something the Cameroon players did not agree with.

Have you seen anything like this before?

It has been a game surrounded by controversy.

An incident involving Tony Duggan and Cameroon defender Augustine Ejangue was one of the main talking points at half-time.

Moments before captain Houghton converted in the 14th minute, Ejangue appeared to spit at her opponent.

VAR failed to detect the incident as many on social media picked up on what happened.

Some have pointed out that Duggan’s arm was extended, with suggestions that the incident was therefore accidental.

But some have questioned the decision.

Thoughts on the above incidents?

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