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Drogba, Yaya, Enyeama & Africa’s greatest centurions

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One of the favourites for the African Legends Cup of Nations, Eto’o amassed 118 caps during his 17-year international career with Cameroon.

He made his debut in 1997, while still with Real Madrid, and retired in 2014 after the Lions’ World Cup elimination in Brazil.

While Eto’o enjoyed some immense successes at the start of his international career—two Afcon successes in 2000 and 2002, as well as an Olympic gold in 2000—the Central Africans failed to build on those successes in subsequent years.

Similarly, despite a wealth of talented players, the continental giants never reached the World Cup knockouts during Eto’o’s international career.

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