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We have a difficult game against India: Kenya coach

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MUMBAI, June 3: Kenya started their Intercontinental Cup campaign with a 2-1 victory against New Zealand but their head coach Sebastian Migne feels that his side have a difficult game against hosts India.

�We�re happy to win, it was a fantastic opportunity for my players to discover a new continent and opposition. It was difficult for us to find good balance in the team because of the unavailability of players,� Migne said.

�We were lucky to score in second half. The attitude was better. This will help the confidence of our players. I�m happy for my players, I�m glad with the local coach who started the camp in India,� said Migne, who landed here just a day ahead of the match.

India had thrashed Chinese Taipei 5-0 in the opening encounter of the tournament, courtesy a hat-trick by skipper Sunil Chhetri, and Migne feels that the game against India tomorrow will be a difficult one.

�We have a difficult game against India. We have only two days to recover but we will try to put up a good attitude. We don�t have a choice, hence the challenge against India will be good. We know it will be difficult, but with a good attitude everything is possible,� the Kenyan head-coach added. � PTI

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We have a difficult game against India: Kenya coach

MUMBAI, June 3: Kenya started their Intercontinental Cup campaign with a 2-1 victory against New Zealand but their head coach Sebastian Migne feels that his side have a difficult game against hosts India.

�We�re happy to win, it was a fantastic opportunity for my players to discover a new continent and opposition. It was difficult for us to find good balance in the team because of the unavailability of players,� Migne said.

�We were lucky to score in second half. The attitude was better. This will help the confidence of our players. I�m happy for my players, I�m glad with the local coach who started the camp in India,� said Migne, who landed here just a day ahead of the match.

India had thrashed Chinese Taipei 5-0 in the opening encounter of the tournament, courtesy a hat-trick by skipper Sunil Chhetri, and Migne feels that the game against India tomorrow will be a difficult one.

�We have a difficult game against India. We have only two days to recover but we will try to put up a good attitude. We don�t have a choice, hence the challenge against India will be good. We know it will be difficult, but with a good attitude everything is possible,� the Kenyan head-coach added. � PTI

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