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Cameroon vs. Brazil: Simulating Crucial World Cup Match Using 'FIFA 14'

TERESOPOLIS, BRAZIL - JUNE 20: Neymar in action during a training session of the Brazilian national football team at the squad's Granja Comary training complex, on June 20, 2014 in Teresopolis, 90 km from downtown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)
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Nick AkermanFeatured Columnist IVDecember 17, 2016

A Brazilian loss to Cameroon could see the tournament hosts drop out of the World Cup before the knockout stages begin. Although unlikely, if a defeat is met with a draw between Croatia and Mexico, the Samba Boys' time would be up.

Can the unthinkable happen? Cameroon are yet to score a goal and sit on zero points. They will come last in the group unless they beat Brazil by seven clear goals and Croatia lose. Is pride enough to see the African side triumph?

We fired up an Xbox One copy of FIFA 14 to work out exactly that.

 

Cameroon vs. Brazil: FIFA 14 Highlights

A fast start was enough for Brazil in this one. Cameroon rarely threatened, while goals from Fred and Hulk send the home nation through as group winners. Their opponents finish the tournament without a point or goal. And you thought England were bad.

Can Luiz Felipe Scolari's men enjoy the same result when the real match kicks off? Let us know your final thoughts for Group A in the comments section below.

 

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