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NATAL—Mexico coach Miguel Herrera pledged to repay his country’s fans who he said would “sell their houses, cars and even pawn their grandma’s clothes to come to Brazil” by battling to keep their World Cup dream alive.

Herrera’s side outclassed Cameroon at a rain-drenched Estadio das Dunas on Friday thanks to a second-half winner by Oribe Peralta.

Cameroon, who limped home from South Africa four years ago without a point from their three games, face a repeat if they fail to beat Croatia next week before their final group clash against Brazil on June 23.

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