Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana has been dropped for Monday’s crucial World Cup clash with Serbia, who welcome back Filip Kostic to their starting line-up.

A football federation source told AFP hours before kick-off at Al Janoub stadium that Inter keeper Onana had been left out of the Group G fixture for unspecified disciplinary reasons, and the 26-year-old doesn’t even have a spot on the bench. 

Onana, who has 34 caps for his country and played in Cameroon’s opening 1-0 defeat to Switzerland last week, has been replaced by Devis Epassy who plays for Abha in Saudi Arabia. 

He signed for Serie A team Inter as a free agent in the summer after not playing much for Ajax following his nine-month doping ban last year.

Cameroon will be eliminated from the World Cup with one game to spare if they lose and Brazil avoid defeat against the Swiss later on Monday.

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