Cameroon makes a stunning comeback in 6-goal thriller against Serbia

Exciting end-to-end match for World Cup Group G ends 3-3.

Cameroon and Serbia have shared the spoils in a six-goal thriller, arguably the most exciting World Cup game in Qatar so far.

Jean-Charles Castelletto opened the scoring in the 29th minute for Cameroon after Serb Aleksandr Mitrovic hit the post early in the match.

Two quick goals from Strahinja Pavlovic and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic just before half-time saw Serbia lead into halftime. Mitrovic then added a third in the 53rd minute as Serbia appeared to be on cruise control.

It was a game turned upside down, with Cameroon staging a second-half comeback after newly introduced Vincent Aboubakar in the 64th minute scored an outrageous lob that was initially ruled offside until VAR intervened.

Just two minutes later, Aboubakar drove down the right and passed it to Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, who equalised.

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