MILLA-MANIA hit China last night as Cameroon beat a Shenzhen XI 1-0 in the Dunhill Invitation Cup at Shenzhen Stadium. Although Cameroon's 42-year-old striker, Roger Milla, did not get on the scoresheet during his lively second-half display, the World Cup veteran was the player the crowd had come to see. As soon as the final whistle blew, Milla was surrounded by autograph hunters and their persistence clearly annoyed the player. After the presentation the Cameroon players were prevented from leaving because of the huge crowd outside the stadium. The two team buses were forced to use a side entrance to enter the stadium and the players boarded to the chant of Milla's name. Cameroon team manager Nestor Andze said Milla had grown accustomed to such behaviour after his eye-catching displays in the 1990 World Cup. ''It's like this everywhere and I'm not surprised, even in China,'' said Andze. ''But it's always friendly and never a problem for Roger.'' The only goal of the game came in the 82nd minute when Cameroon's substitute left winger Emile Eyidi crossed low for the ball to deflect off Shenzhen's Wong Qing for an own goal. The goal was greeted in typical Chinese fashion - a hail of water bottles from the stands as the Cameroon players celebrated near the touchline.