The Mexican national anthem has just finished and we're onto Cameroon. The rain continues to pour down.
ITV's commentators pointing out that there has been a bit of coaching instability on the Mexican national side. Miguel Herrera is the fourth coach in 18 months.
And we're underway. Cameron pass the ball around calmly, then Enoh commits a foul and gives Mexico a free kick in their own half.
Mexico should have the first corner of the game. A cross is clearly deflected off Assou-Ekotto. Mexico maintain the pressure regardless but can't do anything with it yet.
Ohh, Dos Santos is almost free and away on goal, but he was coming back from an offside position. And not by a fine margin. Replay shows he was more than a yard offside. Mexico keep getting space and possession wide on the left. Hector Herrera's latest cross is dealt with, but Cameroon need to figure out what to do about marking Mexico's widemen.
And with that Layun gets 40 yards wide on the left to run to the byline and cut in a cross. Cameroon clear.
Disallowed goal! A cross comes in from Herrara, Dos Santos breaks free and side foots it in. The replay shows he was being played onside. It was a great cross and run to split the centerbacks.
Cameroon win a corner. Mexico clear it to the edge of the box, and it comes back to a very offside attacker.
And with that, Assou-Ekotto makes a run down the left and feeds Samuel Eto'o near the penalty spot. Eto'o hits the post. A big, big chance for Cameroon. And they don't look like they will have many like it if the game continues as it has.
Cameroon win a corner. And the ball bounces int eh Mexican six-yard box for what seems like a half-minute. Somehow Mexico clear. Very lucky.
A very hard tackle from Chopou-Moting on Aguilar. No card but from the dangerous free kick Rafa Marquez is free at the back post. He tries to deliver an almost carbon-copy of his goal against Argentina in the 2006 World Cup, but only succeeds in taking an even better chance away from his teammate Moreno.
Another disallowed goal from Dos Santos! From a corner, the ball comes to the far post, Dos Santos taps it it. BUT the ball came off a Cameroonian head. That should have been 1-0. Or 2-0 for that matter.
Mbia is fouled on the wide right. Alex Song takes the free kick, which doesn't beat the first defender. Cameroon do something they haven't done much of yet, which is keep possession. Until Dos Santos wins it back and the game resumes normal course of Mexico building an attack.
Guardado takes an elbow to the face from Mbia. Very lucky not to pick up a yellow. Mbia seemed on the replay to judge where Guardado's chin was and decide his elbow should actually be occupying that space instead.
Miguel Herrera is going through the full SAG handbook of dramatic outrage and lack of comprehension. He's also totally soaked.
Another chance for Mexico and another offside. Marquez puts in a great cross from the right and finds Peralta wide open at the far post. He was about a yard offside.
Score: 0-0 asterisk 2-0.
Peralta gets through alone on goal but his shot is well saved by Itanje. Mexico seemed determined to make up for the decisions that went against them in the first half. Alex Song that gets away with no card for a two-footed challenge on Dos Santos. No idea why that's not a yellow.
Still not a single card in this game, despite Cameroon's Nounkeu laying into Layun. Moments later, after an innocuous tackle, Alex Song pleads mortal injury. He is able to continue, to the shock of no onlookers.
It's finally here! Not a allowed goal, but a yellow card for Moreno bringing down Mbia with a professional and in no way dangerous challenge. Samuel Eto'o, Song, and Asssou-Ekotto takes it. A massive deflection almost leaves Ochoa stranded but it goes wide.
And it's a GOAL. AN ALLOWED GOAL has been scored by MEXICO. Dos Santos' shot is saved but Peralta steps through and tucks it in. It's what Mexico deserve, or at least half of it.
The 10,000 Mexican fans in the stadium are making a lot of noise. And now Eto'o has gone down. Play is stopped and he walks away seemingly able to continue.
Sub: With Cameroon finally looking like they want to score, Mexico make a sub. Guardado off, Fabian on.
Another sub: Chicharito (aka Javier Hernandez) is coming on. Peralta comes off.
Nkoulou picks up a yellow card. A bad tackle: dangerous, on the very edge of his box, and starting from a very bad position. Nothing comes from the free kick.
Sub: Song comes off, and Webo, a striker, comes on. Cameroon win a corner right away. They'll play with two strikers it looks like. They might as well. Playing with Six defenders hasn't done much for them so far.
Ochoa with a great save! The goalkeeper has barely been involved in the second half, but he leaps halfway across his goal to hold on to a header from about six yards out. Pure athleticism on display.