(Reuters) - Midfielder Jean Makoun scored twice as Cameroon qualified for the World Cup finals after beating Tunisia 4-1 in Yaounde on Sunday to win their two-legged playoff tie and book their place in Brazil next year. Makoun took the tie away from Tunisia with two second-half goals after the visitors had clawed their way back into contention. A third-minute goal from Pierre Webo broke the deadlock before Benjamin Moukandjo added a second on the half-hour mark with an individual goal. Ahmed Akaichi's stunning left-footed volley in the 50th minute reduced the deficit to 2-1 and revived Tunisia's hopes of levelling the match and snatching qualification on the away goals rule after the sides drew 0-0 in last month's first leg. Click here to read full news..