Karl Toko’s double was all that host Cameroon needed to comfortably beat lowly-ranked Gambia 2-0 in Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final, as they book a place in the last four.
The two goals came in a seven-minute burst in the second half as Cameroon finally converted their superiority into goals in front of an ecstatic crowd at the Japoma Stadium.
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Toko Ekambi got his first with a 50th-minute header and then, in the 57th minute, sneaked in behind the Gambian defence to tap home a square pass for the second.
Cameroon will now either face Morocco or Egypt depending on the outcome of the clash which will be played on Sunday, January 30.