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Confederations Cup: Hugo Broos reveals secret to beat Chile on Sunday

The coach of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon has revealed the unique secret to beat their dreaded rivals, Chile, in their opening much at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia.
"We must have a good defence. If we don't have this, we won't win the game tomorrow," Broos disclosed.
"We have an offensive tactic for Sunday but we are also aware of the power of Chile's attacking players [the likes of Alexis Sanchez ]", Broos went on.
"Modern football is defending and attacking," he continued, adding that you can't spend 90 minutes in front of your goal yet expect to win the game.
Broos did not limit himself to his tactics.


"They [Chile] won the American championship and this, in theory, means they are better than Argentina, Brazil and Colombia, to name just three," he said, insinuating fears and "greater defeat". Chile are better than Colombia but Colombia beat Cameroon 4-0 during their international friendly on 13 June.
Hugo Broos almost always expresses fear before his opponents.
Before the start of the 2017AFCON in Gabon, he told a CRTV journalist that there were much better teams than Cameroon in the likes of Algeria.
This suggested that Cameroon were not going to make it.
Yet they went on to win the trophy.
Is Hugo Broos always suggesting he plays a game of chess with the quality of  his players or his job as a coach?
Cameroon take on Chile on Sunday.
Their second match is against Australia while the last in the group games is against world champions Germany.
Russia beat New Zealand 2-0 on Saturday during the opening match of the tournament.

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