Cameroon's midfielder Benjamin Moukandjo (C) argues with Swedish referee Jonas Eriksson (2ndR) during a Group A football match between Cameroon and Brazil. (AFP PHOTO / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU)
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FIFA remained silent Tuesday regarding allegations that Cameroon players played a part in fixing the results of their World Cup group matches.FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer would not confirm or deny that soccer's world ruling body was investigating the claims, adding that even if it was, it would not reveal that information.Fischer reiterated that FIFA would not be commenting at this stage in line with its usual policy.The Cameroon FA said Monday that it was to investigate claims of match-fixing in their Group A games, especially the match against Croatia.The International Center for Sport Security (ICSS), which works closely with FIFA and police on match-fixing and related security issues, said there were no suspicious betting patterns.
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