They hardly covered themselves in glory at Brazil 2014, but no one suspected they may have been playing to orders.
Now, Cameroon officials are to investigate claims from a German magazine that seven of its players were involved in match-fixing at the World Cup.

Cameroon’s governing body (FECAFOOT) released a statement confirming that their ethics committee will probe claims of ‘fraud’ by ‘seven bad apples’ in the country’s three Group A matches, particularly the Croatia defeat on June 18 in Manaus. 

It emerged a convicted fraudster correctly predicted they’d lose 4-0 and have a man sent off against Croatia.

Allegations were made in Der Spiegel by convicted match fixer Wilson Raj Perumal from Singapore.