2 February 2013

Cote d'Ivoire/Nigeria: Afcon 2013 - Yaya Touré, Only God Can Decide....

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Emmanuel Emenike of Nigeria shoots at goal during the quarter-final against Cote d'Ivoire in Rustenburg, South Africa.

It is an exciting quarter-finals! The great team of Ivory Coast meets the fragile one of Nigeria.

Manchester City's middle fielder, African double Ballon d'Or knows that his country is the favorite of this Afcon.

Ivory Coast wants to take revenge on his lost final last year against Zambia.

Yaya Touré, one of Ivory Coast's stars just entrust his collegues of Footafrica365.fr that only God will decide ...

"It will be a very difficult match. We will focus on that. Nigeria is full of great and good players. We believe in ourselves. If this will be our year? I do not know. Only God knows. We pray, and we did our best on the field.

"There are 3 more games to play, we hope that everything will be all right. It would be a great opportunity for us, who have won many times with our clubs. We were expecting this for nearly ten years; it would be a fantastic achievement. But everything is in the hands of God, and we hope that this time will be the right one "

Ivory Coast won the Afcon in 1992.

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