Drama, VAR Controversy Mar Camerron V England Round 16 World Cup Tie

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Cameroon and England’s Women’s World Cup round of 16 tie descended into shambles following a pair of VAR reviews either side of half-time which left the Indomitable Lionesses furious, Bestchoicesports.com.ng understands

Cameroon players were incensed and surrounded referee Liang Qin after Ellen White was rightly adjudged by VAR officials to be onside when Lucy Bronze expertly played her in for England’s second goal.

Alain Djeumfa’s Indomitable Lionesses congregated just outside the centre circle and looked set to storm off the pitch as England waited for them to restart the match.

Cameroon ultimately ended their protests and again kicked off the game, which had already run deep into first-half stoppage time.

But Qin was soon being berated once again for giving the goal, which saw England put one foot in the Women’s World Cup semi-finals.

Cameroon’s players seemed to fume after seeing replays of White’s strike on screens being used in the stadium in Valenciennes.

Cameroon were left fuming after the break when Ajara Nchout saw a well-taken goal ruled out by VAR because Gabrielle Onguene was adjudged to be offside in the build-up.

Nchout was clearly upset by the decision and had to be consoled by Djeumfa, who was forced to tell his players to carry on with the game.

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