World Cup winner will be tough to match - Seferovic

The Switzerland striker admitted his late strike against Ecuador will take some equalling, while his coach says he "almost exploded" after watching their Group E victory
Haris Seferovic says it will take something very special to match the feeling of netting Switzerland's 93rd-minute winner against Ecuador on Sunday.

The Real Sociedad forward earned the full three points for Ottmar Hitzfeld's side in their opening World Cup Group E fixture in Brasilia, and said afterwards it was simply a case of right place, right time as he swept home Ricardo Rodriguez's cross.

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"There are not many more beautiful things that one can experience," claimed Seferovic to SRF Sport. "Although I had not seen much of the ball, in the end I was just stood in the right place."

His coach insists that the Swiss were well short of their best as they came from behind to secure the win and believes they can only get better as they acclimatise to the Brazilian conditions.

"I almost exploded at the end. It was a huge relief," admitted Hitzfeld.

"Ecuador were more fresh at the end, as they are better used to playing at altitude. We feel as though we still need a few more games before we will be fully acclimatised.

"But the team fought back and we kept our patience. I told the players at the break that we can score a goal at any time. We have this potential."

Switzerland face a clash with France in Salvador on Friday and will complete their group campaign against Honduras in Manaus on June 25.