Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana had a game to forget, as Senegal beat Cameroon 3-1 in an AFCON group stage game.
Onana made a mistake that led to a goal within the first 16 minutes of the game, before going on to concede two more goals which weren’t entirely his fault.
Speaking after the game, Onana said after the game: “Maybe they [Senegal] played better. We had our chances, both teams had their periods.
“We had the opportunity to come back to 2-2, it didn’t work out. Everything depends on details and the match has changed.
“On the verge of elimination? No. We are a great nation, with an important match coming up and we are going to give everything.
“We know very well that it’s going to be difficult, that’s why we’re here. And we will assume our responsibilities.”
Meanwhile, Cameroon head coach Rigobert Song took responsibility for the loss and refused to blame Onana for his mistake.
“I’m not going to blame anyone, I’m going to take responsibility,” Song said after the game.
“My players fought. We must recognise that Senegal were better than us. The next match we will win and qualify for the next round.”