We have nothing to lose, Migne says ahead of Kenya's AFCON clash against Senegal

We have nothing to lose, Migne says ahead of Kenya's AFCON clash against Senegal

Fred Kennedy
June 30, 2019 at 4:18 PM

Harambee Stars head coach Sébastien Migne has admitted his wards will find it difficult to get past Senegal's Lions of Teranga in their last group C clash of the Africa Cup of Nations.

The two sides will face off in a crucial tie that will determine who between them will qualify for the next round of the competition.

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Senegal kicked off their campaign on a flying start against Tanzania before falling to Algeria in their second fixture.

Kenya, on the other hand had a wobbly start in their first AFCON appearance in 15 years after suffering a 2-0 defeat to Algeria in their group opener, before stunning Tanzania 3-2 to turn around their fortunes.

Migne now appears aware of what to expect from Senegal in their door-die- encounter slated for Monday, July 1.

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"It will be a game against the number one team in Africa and we have nothing to lose," Goal quoted the tactician.
"But we will see then because we have a lot of expectations in the country I know that," he continued.

Meanwhile, earlier reported Kenya's Michael Olunga is joint top scorer at the ongoing African Cup of Nations after his brace against Tanzanian on Thursday, June 27, in Cairo, Egypt.

Olunga struck twice against Taifa Stars, bagging his opener with a magnificent overhead kick while his second and the ultimate winner was from a low shot that went in at near post.

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Fred Kennedy has a Bachelor's degree in journalism (Daystar University), currently working as a Sports Editor. He has more than five years of experience in digital journalism.
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