The Sudanese captain, Yasine Ahmed has reiterated his side’s desire to stun the Super Eagles when they clash together today in the second Group D game in the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
Speaking during a press conference, the skipper acknowledged the presence of top-class players in the Eagles team but said they will go all out and compete against the three-time Africa champions.
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“It’s a very important game for us. We want to take points. They have top-class players. They play in England, Spain, Italy and France. We want to compete and have a good game. It’s 50-50.
“Many people expect us to lose. In football, anything can happen. We want to go out there and compete. We want to make our fans happy and that’s the aim going into Saturday’s (today) game. This tournament is very important for every player.
“It’s one of the best tournaments in the world. Nigeria is a very good team. We want to win. We won’t focus on one player. We will play as a team and family. We train hard, we want to prove that many things have changed. We have a young team. We try to pass and build something. Nothing will change against Nigeria. For us this game is very important,” he said.
His position was collaborated by his coach, Burhan Tia who said they have set objectives and are ready to achieve them.
“We want to try and play football. We want everyone to enjoy watching us. The boys want to take something against Nigeria and we are determined to make things happen. We want to try to play football and the key thing for us is the three points at stake,” he said.