PWD and U20 lions Midfielder, John Bosco Nchindo, has emphasized the need for him and his teammates to win their last group A game against Mozambique this Saturday.
The U20 lions of Cameroon will take on Mozambique, while host Mauritania entertains the Hippos of Uganda in the other group A fixture.
Despite already qualified for the quarter finals of the competition, 18_year_old Midfielder, John Bosco Nchindo, reiterated the win hungry spirit of the junior lions.
“The game against Mozambique is very important for us. We have to win it so as to top our group. So it is a determinant game for us”, John Bosco said in pre_match media talks.
Ousmanou Christophe and his boys have been in scintillating form in the competition, winning their first two games against Mauritania and Uganda by an identical one nil score.
The tactician is aware of the threat that bottom place Mozambique can pose to his team.
“Mozambique just like any other team will be very difficult. A match is never won before it is played. It is true that Mozambique is bottom of the group, but they will want to leave the Competition is grand style. So they will be doing everything possible to leave the a point.
“On our part, we do everything possible to finish this first round with maximum points. It is also a match that will prepare us for the rest of the competition. So we have to on constant alert, like soldiers who are at war. No matter the opponents, we will have 11 lions on the pitch, Ousmanou Christophe told the press.
Ousmanou Christophe is expected to rotate his Squad against Mozambique, with speculations hinting at a possible start for Etienne Eto’o and Kevin prince Milla.
Some of the players who have featured in their last two games may be rested, as the Junior lions are already focusing on the quarter finals.
Ahead of the Saturday evening clashed, the Junior lions trained on Friday evening at the stade Cheika Ould Boïdiya, host venue for their game.