World Cup/ CAN 2010: The Greens determined to win
- "Even if we play at home, we must remain concentrated until the end. The match against Rwanda will certainly be difficult, but victory remains our goal," said striker Karim Matmour.
"A victory against Rwandan will consolidate our leadership group, a day to the end of qualifying," said Matmour, who does not pay close attention to the Egypt-Zambia match being played Saturday, the eve of the match Algeria - Rwanda. "I will not watch the match (on TV). I prefer to concentrate on our match and sharpen my preparation," said the player of Borussia M'gladbach.
The goalkeeper Lounes Gaouaoui highlights, for his part, the "great atmosphere" that exists within the team and brings greater serenity to the players, who are "highly motivated to win Sunday against the Rwandans".
"The other group game, Zambia - Egypt, matters little. Our focus is much more on our match on Sunday," he added.
First in Group C with 10 points, three ahead of Abu Trika teammates, the Greens want to stay "conquerors" and stay away from "Pharaohs" who hope for a victory of Egypt in Zambia and missteps of Algeria against the "Wasps" in Rwanda, which is in last place in Group with a single point.
- Ennahar/ M. O.