Paul Le Guen refuses to quit
Cameroon could only reach the quarter-finals of the African Nations Cup at the start of the year and the country will be disappointed by their performance in South Africa, but Le Guen is insistent he will not quit.
"I will not resign," Le Guen said. "I don't have any regrets and that's not how I operate. We missed the required coolness in front of goal. We didn't finish very well, but I feel like we gave everything we could tonight."
Denmark are level with Japan in second place and play Takeshi Okada's side on the final day in E. Given that Japan have a superior goal difference, Denmark must win the game in Rustenberg.
Coach Morten Olsen was unimpressed with his side's performance in the victory over Cameroon and highlighted individual mistakes as being particularly disappointing. It was Christian Poulsen's sloppy pass that allowed Eto'o to open the scoring.
"We made far too many elementary mistakes and I can't allow that from my players," Olsen said. "We must correct that. I wasn't happy but they fought heroically. Some didn't play well but they fought."
Denmark defender Daniel Agger was even more forthright, saying: "That was one of the worst performances we've had in a long time."