Serbia scored two goals in two minutes in a thrilling first half against Cameroon.
Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic pulled the strings and his effort caught the goalkeeper on the wrong foot to give his country the lead after Strahinja Pavlović equalized.
It was a deserved reward after Cameroon held the lead for much of the first half.
The African team had taken the lead earlier in the half thanks to a well-executed effort from Jean-Charles Castelletto, but it was Serbia who caused the most problems.
With Devis Epassy replacing Andre Onana dropped, Cameroon looked vulnerable and were torn apart in a frantic end to the first half as Serbia showed their quality.
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