The 41-year-old makes sense of why the Indomitable Lions can accomplish incredible things at the competition set for the Gulf country
Samuel Eto’o has proposed how Cameroon can do stands amazed at the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar assuming they follow what Jose Mourinho accomplished with Inter Milan while winning the Champions League prize in 2010.
The 41-year-old, who is as of now the President of the Cameroonian Football Federation, was important for the Inter crew under the Portuguese strategist that won the high pitch in the 2009-10 season – the Scudetto, the Coppa Italia, and their first Champions League title in quite a while.
With Cameroon making a beeline for the World Cup in Qatar where they have been attracted Group G close by Serbia and Switzerland, the previous Barcelona and Chelsea player accepts they can make an imprint at the competition.
Inquired as to whether mentor Rigobert Song can lead Cameroon to World Cup greatness, Eto’o, who is at present in Italy to report a foundation game in San Siro on May 23, said as cited by BeSoccer: “I fail to understand the reason why he can’t win it.
I generally take Inter for instance: nobody toward the start of the 2009-10 season figured we could win [the Champions League] and on second thought, Mourinho accomplished something insane, with a gathering of men and heroes.
Cameroon have showed up in the finals of the World Cup on eight events, the first being in 1982 where they drew each of the three gathering games. In 1990, Cameroon arrived at the quarter-finals prior to being crushed 3-2 by England.
The Indomitable Lions will show up at the finals in Qatar 2022.