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Constantine wary of Kenya threat as India eye Intercontinental title

DNMUM415877 | 6/10/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :172



Mumbai: Although India brushed aside Kenya in the league encounter, head coach Stephen Constantine said that his boys cannot take anything for granted when they take them on in the Intercontinental Cup final here on Sunday.
“What we did in the round-robin stage is done and dusted but we cannot take anything for granted in the final,” Constantine said here on Saturday, the eve of the title clash.
The coach said Kenya showed what they are capable of producing on the pitch in their previous game against Chinese Taipei, which they won 4-0.
“Kenya have shown what they are capable of, especially from set-piece positions. We totally respect them but at the same time our primary target is to win the tournament,” Constantine
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