The World Youth Soccer Championships, being held in Australia, have produced some lively group qualifying games.
Sydney: SV & GV Argentine team attack English goal and score. (2 SHOTS)
SV Argentine scorer Urruti runs away celebration.
GV & SV England free kick from which England equalise through Small. (2 SHOTS)
GV & SV Mitchell scores for Australia. (2 SHOTS)
GVs & SV Cameroon break away to score. (3 SHOTS)
GV & SV Olle Olle scores Cameroon's second. (2 SHOTS)
GVs & SV Cameroon score second half goal through Djonkep. (4 SHOTS)
GV & SV REPLAY Australian player fouled leading to penalty. (2 SHOTS)
GV & SV Mark Koussas equalises from penalty spot. (2 SHOTS)
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Background: The World Youth Soccer Championships, being held in Australia, have produced some lively group qualifying games. The home side drew 3-3 with Cameroon in the New South Wales city of Newcastle on Monday (5 October). On the same day Cup holders Argentina were held to a 1-1 draw by England in Sydney.
SYNOPSIS: Playing from left to right Argentina took a 57th minute lead when a shot from winger Juan Urruti was deflected past the England goalkeeper.
But Argentina's chance of further progress in the competition was denied when England scrambled a late equaliser, Argentine keeper Sergio Goicochea failed to hold a free kick and Michael Small pounced to score.
Cameroon, in yellow, threatened to be overrun by Australia who started their game in Newcastle in fine style. David Mitchell chested down to score in the 11th minute.
But the african side soon equalised through Bonaventure Djonkep.
Cameroon then took a first half lead when bertin Olle Olle showed his skill to score.
In the second half, Djonkep broke away to give Cameroon a two goal lead with a fine individual effort.
However, Australia fought back and after Mitchell cut the leeway Mark Koussas was brought down on the edge of the penalty area. The Cameroon players thought that the infringement had taken place outside the box but a penalty was awarded.
Koussas himself got up to take the spot kick and his shot levelled the score at three goals each. The draw gives both teams a good chance of reaching the next round.