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Cameroon became the first African country to qualify for
the 2002 World Cup finals with a 2-0 win over Togo in Yaounde.
The win took Cameroon to 18 points from seven games and the African and Olympic champions have now sealed a place in Korea and Japan next year.
The win came in the first game in charge for new coach Robert Corfou who
replaced Philippe Lechantre two weeks ago. Samuel Eto'o set up the
victory in the 27th minute when he ran onto a loose ball and hit a low shot
while Marc-Vivien Foe scored from close range in the 49th minute when Togo
failed to clear a cross.