Wednesday's draw for the 2010 World Cup UEFA play-off in Zurich was the event of the day in the world of football and Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz was one of the men attending the happening.
The former Real Madrid gaffer saw his team drawn against Bosnia-Herzegovina and was quick to make it clear that qualifying for the 2010 World Cup will not be an easy task for the Portuguese team.
"We are going to have to be well prepared. Bosnia-Herzegovina have an extremely dangerous attack and it will be very difficult for us to beat them," said Queiroz to reporters.
"However, we have to forget about the draw and have to focus now on the upcoming matches. We will need all our energy to shrug them off. It will be two tough games.
Both the home and the away game will be
tense and the pressure will be on us. We have to take initiative and attack if we want to qualify for the World Cup. It's important to stay positive," he concluded.
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com