Cameroon exists World Cup
Cameroon is the first team in the 2010 FIFA World Cup to enter into its final fixture without any hopes of reaching the second round after losing 2-1 to Denmark.
Cameroon were the first to score in the first half and Danes responded before the break before scoring a winner in the second half.
Denmark and Japan will play each other in the final group match with Denmark needing a win to advance to the second round but a draw will do for Japan.
With Cameroon's defeat, the Netherlands have won the group and can now afford to rest their players for their remaining group fixture. They are also the first team to reach the last 16 in this tournament.
In a Group D match, ten men Australia managed to hold on to a draw to go into the last fixture against Serbia still with a chance of qualifying for the second round.
A draw in their last match against Germany will be enough for Ghana to advance to reach the knockout phase.
For Germany a draw may not be enough and so this sets up to be an exciting encounter.
Below is the graph showing the goals each time has scored so far:
After tomorrow's matches I will show the graph for the goals conceded.