Cameroon coach, Clarence Seedorf has revealed that his boys are calm ahead of the clash against Super Eagles at the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Egypt on Sunday.
Both African giants will battle it out for a spot in the quarter-finals in two days time.
Seedorf has now revealed that Cameroun is under no pressure at all.
His words, “We are glad to have qualified and we don’t feel pressure because we are used to it,”
“Pressure is second skin for me and I am happy to be leading Cameroon to defend their title and it’s an honour playing Nigeria at Afcon.
“We will respect Nigeria because they can improve on what they’ve shown so far in this tournament.
“We expect the very best Nigeria tomorrow because they have shown at the World Cup and during the qualifiers that they are a good team, so we expect them to be much improved against us and we have to be ready.”
“We’ve analysed our lack of goals and we believe it’s down to our decisions in the final pass. We’ve been helped by our clean sheets but this is a knockout and we have to find solutions tomorrow,”
“It’s not about the strikers, it’s about us continuing to command our games and continuing to create chances.
“We have to live in the present and that is for us to approach the game with confidence. Players dream of matches like this as kids and they have to enjoy it tomorrow. We have seen a few ways we can hurt them.
“We don’t underestimate anybody, and Nigeria will know they’ll be facing a solid Cameroon side tomorrow. It will be easy for everyone to lift their game in such a big match.”