Christian Bassogog was singled out as yellow after the entire Cameroon team rushed on the pitch to celebrate

Unlucky substitute Christian Bassogog was given a yellow card after the ENTIRE Cameroon team rushed onto the pitch to celebrate the opening goal fest goal with Serbia… only for Serbia to fake their celebration at 2-1 and Luka Jovic also got the only booking.

The entire Cameroon team turned out on the pitch to celebrate their first goal, prompting the referee to point at Christian Bassogog and book him.

Cameroon faced Serbia in the early kick-off on Monday as both teams looked to score their first World Cup points.

Jean-Charles Castelletto scored the opener after 29 minutes, prompting wild celebrations and a booking from Bassogog.

So when Sergej Milinkovic-Savic put Serbia ahead just before halftime, after Strahinja Pavlovic’s equalizer, they copied the celebration, which saw Fiorentina’s Luka Jovic booked for his role in their celebrations.

Cameroon substitute Christian Bassogog was booked for his role in celebrating the first match.

The World Cup has seen a mix of tired and lifeless submissions, and some with a little more excitement. Cameroon’s clash with Serbia is definitely the last of them, with six shared goals in the first 70 minutes.

Bassogog came into action after 67 minutes, replacing Lyon’s Karl Toko Ekambi, with the previous yellow card hanging over him.

The 27-year-old striker, who currently plays for Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua, was a member of Cameroon’s African Cup of Nations-winning team for the 2017 tournament.

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