Nigerian retired footballer, Kanu Nwankwo gives his best as he motivates the Super Eagles team ahead of the semi final match in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Kanu Nwankwo is doing his best to get the Super Eagles players not just physically ready but mentally too as he reminds them that they are just two matches away from being the champion.
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The Super Eagles qualified for the semi finals in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations after the beat South Africa.
The National team will however face Algeria tomorrow, July 14 to compete to get to the finals right after the match between Senegal and Tunisia.
This is the 32nd edition of the Africa Cup of Nation and it is hosted in Egypt.
Super Eagles team coordinator, Patrick Pascal has stated the Nigeria team will respect the progression of Algeria to the semi-final of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) but they are not afraid of them.
“We have faced the same Algerians twice like two years ago and they were unable to beat us in two games. We know that they are now improved a lot but we have also not remained the same since our last game in Algiers.
“We do not expect an easy game but we are hoping to do what is necessary to ensure that we qualify for the final of the competition. We have remained very humble at the ongoing competition and it will be the same approach on Sunday in Cairo.”
The former Eagles utility player noted their immediate task is to ensure they are psychologically and physically ready.