Meanwhile, Crowie says playing in Algiers, at a stadium that bears the name of a great African leader and a hero of South African history, Nelson Mandela, will offer them an added motivation to make more history.
At the same time, forward Michael Dokonmu, who plays his club football in the Netherlands with Vitesse admits as much that they will face a huge task against Senegal.
“We have seen how they have played in their previous matches. They have very good technical players who are also highly skilled. Their attack is also really good and so it will be tough for us. We are however remaining focused on our processes and we will go into the match to play and win,” he added.
Dokonmu added that their focus is razor sharp and they will put in a good shift, leaving everything on the pitch in search of victory.
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