Skipper of the senior national team of Cameroon Stephane Mbia is optimistic of a win for his side when they lock horn with the Super Eagles of Nigeria on Sunday evening in a friendly match to take place in Brussels, Belgium.
Mbia, while speaking with AfricanFootball.com, weighs the chances of both teams and expressed that his team will be gunning for the victory despite both teams being in a rebuilding process.
“I will do my best on the pitch and contribute meaningfully to the game,” Mbia said.
“Nigeria are a big and good football nation, so we must not think we will have a smooth ride over them. We will put in our very best in the game to make our supporters proud of us.
“Both teams are rebuilding but even despite that it’s going to be a tough game as ever between the two teams. I know it will be a difficult game.
“A Cameroon and Nigeria game is always a big one, though this is a friendly game, we aim for victory and it’s important for the team’s rebuilding process,” concluded Mbia.
Nigeria lost 2-0 to DR Congo on Thursday and will be looking to bounce back to winning ways against arch-rivals and neighbouring nation, Cameroon, on Sunday in Brussels..