Cameroon are the latest team to book their place at next summer's World Cup in Brazil, after they defeated Tunisia 4-1 in the second-leg of their playoff tie. 

Midfielder Jean Makoun struck twice as in the victory, but Benjamin Moukandjo scored the goal of the game with a fine solo effort after half an hour. 

Moukandjo skipped past three challenges after picking up the ball midway in the opponents half, before neatly curling the ball past the Tunisia goalkeeper much to the delight of the home fans. 

The victory means Cameroon have now qualified for the competition seven times, an African record. 

To watch the goal, simply scroll to the top of the page and hit play on the video. 

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