Iran's national team coach, Carlos Queiroz, said it did not target something special in their minds in the fight against Indonesia advanced Pre World Cup 2014, Tuesday (11/15/2011). Because, he says, the Iranian players already have the idea that they will win and qualify for the next round.
Nevertheless, the former Portugal coach refuses to underestimate Indonesia. According to him, even though Indonesia is ranked at the bottom, the game tomorrow will still be a difficult match for his troops.
"We will be playing away from home. I noticed the crowd support Indonesia is extraordinary and it would cost us. We are wary of the enthusiasm and commitment from the players and the supporters of Indonesia. While this is a difficult game, we're ready to get the best results," said Queiroz in a press conference ahead of the game, Monday (11/14/2011).
"I believe Indonesia has high hopes in this game. Although certainly do not qualify, but will be very high expectations. They will look to maintain their dignity and honor in front of his own supporters," he continued.
However, he added his team have prepared themselves well. Iran came up with a strong desire and the right attitude to end their struggle in qualifying in this fight.
Yes, if Iran is able to win in this match then they practically qualify for the 2014 World Cup qualifying zone of Asia. Iran currently occupy the first position of Group E with 8 points. While Indonesia is at the bottom with a value of 0.