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‘We need to aim for a win against Bahrain’

DNMUM429795 | 1/12/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :172

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Mumbai: India head coach Stephen Constantine said the team will have to pick itself up and go for victory in their final AFC Asian Cup group game after going down to hosts UAE 0-2 on Thursday.
India, currently placed second in Group A with one victory and a defeat, will need a victory or at least a draw in their last league encounter against Bahrain on Monday if they are to qualify for the Round of 16.
“We have to pick ourselves up and get ready for the next game,” Constantine said on Friday. “We need to aim for a win and get something from that game. Hopefully, we can get the result to qualify.”
The Indians muffed some great opportunities against UAE, hitting the bar twice and missing chances galore. “I said to the
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