World Cup: Cameroon vs. Japan (Your Running Commentary)

World Cup: Cameroon vs. Japan (Your Running Commentary)

World Cup 2010

World Cup: Cameroon vs. Japan (Your Running Commentary)

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Samuel Eto'o & Co. will try to join Ghana as African teams to secure three points as Cameroon and Japan meet at Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein, South Africa (10 a.m., ESPN/ESPN3.com).

The Indomitable Lions and Samurai Blue each look to keep pace with the Netherlands in Group E after the Dutch defeated Denmark 2-0 earlier in the day on a Simon Poulsen own goal and a tap-in by Dirk Kuyt.

Cameroon has been pegged by some as an African side that can make a decent run through the World Cup. Japan, meanwhile, is the longshot to advance out of this deep group, though Shunsuke Nakamura and Keisuke Honda present formidable threats in the team's midfield.

If you are watching the game, please feel free to share any thoughts, opinions and play-by-play in the comments section below. Enjoy the match!

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