Wet and Wild: Mexico Defeats Cameroon in Downpour
Mexico overcame the torrential rain and two disallowed goals to beat Cameroon 1 - 0 on Friday.
Stadium workers sweep rain water off the field toward a drain before the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group A match between Mexico and Cameroon at Estadio das Dunas on June 13.
Until yesterday, it hadn't rained in Natal since mid-May. Now, torrential storms are flooding the city. Mexico overcame the torrential rain and two disallowed goals to beat Cameroon 1 - 0.
Cameroon forwards Benjamin Moukandjo and Pierre Achille Webo fight for the ball with Mexico defenders Rafael Marquez and Francisco Rodriguez.
Mexico's coach Miguel Herrera argues with referee Wilmar Alexander Roldan Perez.
Mexico fans wave a flag as the rain pours.
Mexico's Oribe Peralta celebrates his goal during the second half of the Mexico and Cameroon match. Mexico defeated Cameroon 1-0.