Cameroon's midfielder Benjamin Moukandjo (top), Brazil's forward Neymar (bottom) and Cameroon's midfielder Enoh Eyong (R). (AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS)
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FIFA said Wednesday it had received no evidence of corruption involving Cameroon's World Cup squad after a report in Germany which raised suspicions about their first-round defeat to Croatia.FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer said the governing body had requested all details of communications between Germany's Der Spiegel magazine and notorious Singapore match-fixer Wilson Perumal.Fischer reiterated that so far none of the 56 matches played at the World Cup had given cause for concern.
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