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ONE of Africa's lethal strikers Samuel Eto'o has described the Cameroon's shock exit from the 2010 Fifa World Cup as a deep low of his illustrious career.
The Indomitable Lions suffered a 2-1 defeat to unfancied Denmark in Pretoria on Saturday - their second successive loss.
Eto'o, pictured, who opened the scoring with a clinical 10th minute finish, said: "I have been preparing all season for this tournament.
"I really wanted to help my country do well, considering that this is the first time that the World Cup is played on the African continent.
"There is no better way to describe my feeling than to say I'm disappointed, it is the biggest disappointment in my career as a soccer player.
"It is unusual for us to finish last in any tournament," said the Inter Milan striker, who recently won the European Champions League title with the Italian giants.
On their loss to Denmark, Eto'o said: "They dominated the match and converted their chances, it was not our night.
"We are left with one match against The Netherlands in Cape Town on Thursday and though we are out of the tournament, we will be looking for a win.
"There is no way we can leave without registering a win in the World Cup taking place in Africa," he said.
Eto'o is one of the high-profile African soccer stars who have been assisting to promote the World Cup in South Africa.