He scored one with a neat finish after bursting into the box to meet Jon Walters' cross and was unlucky to have a second controversially chalked off, with Mame Diouf ruled offside and interfering with play.
USA international Cameron told The Sentinel: "It's not easy to come from other countries and adapt to the Premier League. It's difficult, more physical and with a faster pace. You can play in Spain, Holland or Italy and every league has its own qualities and tempo.
"It took some time to adjust but now he's starting to fit in his shoes really well and show he's a big name player.
"He's a little rat, that's what he is! He's a fantastic player, technically amazing. He's always looking to give it and get it. He's a creative player and the guy you want on the pitch. He's that spark. Get him the ball and all of a sudden something happens.
"You could say he's a little Messi but I don't want to fill his head too big."
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