James Lea Siliki played his part as Cameroon moved into pole position in their World Cup qualifying group on Monday afternoon.

The on-loan Boro man played the final 45 minutes in Mozambique as Cameroon scored a second half winner to move top of Group D with two games remaining.

Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui scored the all-important goal to lift Cameroon two points clear of Ivory Coast, who play Malawi later on Monday.

Malawi are next up for Cameroon on 11 November before they meet Ivory Coast in what could be a winner-takes-all group decider three days later.