Unusual! Aboubakar was sent off against Brazil, but left happyHalf time

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Rarely, if not at all, has a footballer left a pitch as happy after receiving a red card as he did vincent aboubakar.

Cameroon striker scored the goal of his team’s historic victory against Brazilhe took off his shirt and was sent off. A carousel of emotions that did not remove the smile from the African’s mouth.

As soon as Aboubakar finished celebrating the historic goal, the whistling American of Moroccan origin, Ismail Elfath, approached the African with a half smile. He had a yellow card in his hand and they both knew what was going to happen next.

Aboubakar, just ten minutes before, had earned the first yellow card for a tough tackle on Raphinha. Taking off his shirt to celebrate the goal of his team, which beat Brazil for the first time, the five-time champion, in a World Cup, the second yellow was on the way.

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Elfath almost apologized for taking it off., who took the regulation to the letter and did not hesitate to apply it. Second yellow and to the street. Aboubakar, still possessed by the ecstasy of the header he had just landed, did not protest.

He shook hands with the referee, who patted him on the back, as if nothing had happened here, hugged a teammate and headed for the changing room tunnel.

Aboubakar did not take into account that he left his team with one less for six minutes, nor that, in the event that Serbia had tied in the other game, Cameroon would have had a chance to go through and could not be in the round of 16. The rush of the goal justified his act.

He exploded with joy and left for the history books the happiest expulsion ever seen on a football field.

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Cameroon needed the win against Brazilbut hope that it was combined with a draw between Serbia and Switzerland in order to have a chance of getting into the Round of 16.

However, despite the historic victory against Verdeamarela, it was not enough for the Indomitable Lions, as the Swiss won and secured second place in Group G.


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