Eto'o commits to Cameroon

2010-06-25 11:30

Cape Town - Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o has pledged to continue playing for the west African nation despite its poor performance at the Soccer World Cup.

The 29-year-old striker scored twice in Cameroon's three group defeats in South Africa but early elimination was a massive disappointment a players prominent in promotional material for the first World Cup in Africa.

Cameroon lost 2-1 to the Netherlands on Thursday but Eto'o says "there's no point blaming one person or another."

The captain praised the efforts of coach Paul Le Guen, who is now expected to step down.

But Eto'o says he is committed to playing for "whatever coach we get."

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