Samuel Eto'o comes out of international retirement

Eto'o comes out of international retirement
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Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o announces that he will come out of international retirement to play in Cameroon's World Cup qualifier next week.

Samuel Eto'o has announced that he has ended his retirement from international football.

The Chelsea striker decided to quit the Cameroon national side last month, but will join up with the country's squad for next week's World Cup qualifier against Tunisia.

"You can have all the problems in the world but you have to see out your mission. And this time it's to join my teammates in Tunisia and return with a good result," Sky Sports News quotes the 32-year-old as saying.

Eto'o, who moved to Stamford Bridge this summer, has 112 caps and 55 goals for Cameroon.

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