The Fifa World Cup is approaching fast and participant nations, including Germany were keen on showcasing their strength ahead of that tournament.
Still struggling with the absence of several important players, Joachim Loew's men were determined to show their quality against their African counterpart.
Battling against fellow World Cup participant was not an easy task for Germany, especially during the first 45 minutes which they failed to break down their opponent.
After the break, it was Cameroon that got off into a brighter start as they wen't one goal up on 62 minutes through their star striker, Samuel Eto'o.
German reacted well tough after going one down as they immediately took control of proceedings and eventually got back on level terms with an effort from Thomas Muller on 66 minutes.
Soon afterwards, Loew's men turned things around as it was their turn to go in front when Andre Schurrle finished off an assist from Lukas Podolski on 71 minutes.
However, even that lead didn't last too long as Maxim Choupo-Moting snatched that equalizing goal on 78 minutes which lasted until the final whistle was blown.