Cameroon qualified for the quarter-finals of the African Cup of Nations (CAN) by beating Comoros 2-1 on Monday at the Paul Biya stadium in Yaoundé.
Karl Toko Ekambi opened the scoring for the host country in the 29th minute of play, before Vincent Aboubakar widened the gap in the 70th minute.
The Comoros closed the gap in the 81st minute thanks to a goal by Youssouf M’Changama.
The Comoros were reduced to ten from the 7th minute after the expulsion of Najim Abdou.
Rather, Gambia, for its first participation in the CAN, reached the quarter-finals by beating Guinea (1-0).
The round of 16 of the CAN will continue on Tuesday with two matches between Morocco and Malawi, as well as Senegal and Cape Verde.
Tunisia will face Burkina Faso, winner against Gabon on penalties (1-1, 7-6), in the quarter-finals.