The Siena striker is not anxious about what awaits him and his team-mates when they face Egypt in their final World Cup qualifier.
The powerful striker has admitted that while the match would not be a simple one, he believes that his side has gained sufficient experience to be able to weather the attacking onslaught of the Egyptians, who know that a win by a minimum of a two goal margin is their absolute last chance of reaching South Africa 2010.
“It’s going to be a difficult match, but if we play the way we know how to there won’t be any problems. We’ll qualify. We have a united group that is confident in its capacities and when we get together its nothing but a pleasure,” he explained.
“Our motivation isn’t fed by money, but by our extraordinary supporters. They are fabulous.”
Meanwhile, Ghezzal also mentioned that the notion of facing Egypt in Cairo with 80,000 opposing fans in the stands did not bother him one bit.
He added, “We have the necessary experience to not be perturbed by 80,000 or 100,000 spectators. We have faith in our coach who has great experience and knows how to find adequate solutions for us during a game.
Rami Ayari, Goal.com