By Spy Uganda
Uganda is on the brink of making history at the 2022 African Nations Championship (CHAN). The Cranes have a chance to qualify for the knockout phase for the first time.
What stands between failure and glory is Ivory Coast, the team they face on Sunday at 10pm at the newly built Nelson Mandela Stadium in Algiers.
Uganda Cranes go into the final group game oozing with confidence having secured victory over Senegal on Wednesday to go top of Group B with 4 points.
However, coach Milutin Sredojevic believes the story is not complete until the final whistle on Sunday.
“Whatever we have done in the last two games could turn out meaningless if we do not get a good result against Ivory Coast. Therefore, we go into this game with full commitment and hoping to get a result good enough to send us through,” he said.
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