Samuel Eto'o says good-bye to biggest supporter
[VIDEO PICK: World Cup] If you don't believe World Cup stars have a heart, you have to watch this video of Cameroon's Samuel
Eto'o saying a tearful good-bye to a young fan who faithfully stood outside the Indomitable Lions' hotel each day during their stay at the World Cup.
Brazil 2014 was a disaster for
Eto'o and the Lions, who lost all three games, but he took time out for one last hug with the 10-year-old Brazilian who had become their biggest supporter.
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