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Women's World Cup: African football boss seeks to investigate Cameroon behaviour against England

BBC News Monday, 24 June 2019
Women's World Cup: African football boss seeks to investigate Cameroon behaviour against EnglandAfrican football chief is calling for an investigation into Cameroon's behaviour against England, saying the issue "will be addressed".
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News video: England Wins Controversial Women's World Cup Match

England Wins Controversial Women's World Cup Match 01:04

(CNN)Distraught Cameroon players staged an extraordinary series of on-field protests over VAR decisions as England earned a quarterfinal clash with Norway at the Women's World Cup with a 3-0 win in Valenciennes Sunday. The scoreline may have been comfortable enough, but the match in the Stade du...

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