One of the two African representatives at the Olympics women’s football event Cameroon have so far had an abysmal performance at the games and their fate is already sealed for the events; they are heading home empty handed.

They were pitted in Group with favourites Brazil and Team GB with New Zealand completing the quartet and with two games played, they have scored none, conceded 8 and are firmly rooted at the bottom of the Group table.

Being thrashed 5-0 in the hands of Brazil only to fall 3-0 to Team GB has all but sealed their chances of qualifying from the Group stages. It only took the British 45 minutes to grab the needed three points and extinguished all hopes for the Lionesses. In truth having hit the woodwork twice and a goal line clearance, it could have been worse from the ladies from Cameroon.

Casey Stoney put her side ahead in the 17th minute of the first half before Jill Scott crowned a wonderful move by the British girls to make it 2-0 before half time. Stephanie Houghton made it 3-0 from the edge of the area to complete an outstanding victory.

Annette Ngo Ndom in the Cameroon goal would have wished for a better tournament but it appears the New Zealand game would rarely have such cricket scoreline as both sides have already been knocked out of the events.

A bit of sad news for the Team GB camp would be an unfortunate tumble by defender Ifeoma Dieke who has been influential to the side’s clean sheet in two matches. She was stretchered off the field for treatment.

In the other game, Brazil beat New Zealand 1-0 to also book their place in the second round of the women’s football.

For the top scorers in the women category include Brazil duo of Martha and Cristiane, Canadian striker Christine Sinclair and American duo of Abby Wambach and Carli Lloyd who have two goals each.

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