Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
WARRIORS defender Teenage Hadebe promises to be at his best when they face Congo-Brazzaville in the final Afcon qualifier at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Hadebe is expected to be part of coach Sunday Chidzambwa’s defence in a match they need at least a draw to secure a place at the Afcon finals to be hosted by Egypt in June.
The Kaizer Chiefs star, who has been a regular in the Warriors set up, said they need to avoid errors.
“Everything is set now, I adjusted and I am ready to deliver.
“We are gunning for a positive result because we want to qualify to AFCON.
“I am sure we will make it, with team work and self-belief. We will go there to enjoy ourselves and get the desired result for our nation,” said Hadebe.
The Kaizer Chiefs star said the mission is possible and everyone is in high spirits.
He promised to be on the score sheet despite his position’s limitations.
“Fans should come in their numbers, I am sure we are going to deliver, it’s possible.
“No more mistakes. I am hoping to score and hopefully win the game by more than two goals.
“The spirit is high, everybody is boosted morale wise and everything is possible,” he added.
Zimbabwe will be banking on home advantage as they face a team that also has chances to qualify.
“We are all aware of the task ahead and we also know there are no second chances on this.
“This is about our careers also and we want to be part of this piece of history. We don’t want to mess it up for ourselves or for the country as well, we will do our best and hopefully that will be enough,” said Hadebe.