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BENGUELA, Angola - Cameroon skipper Samuel Eto'o has said he wants his team to beat Egypt in today's Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) quarterfinal and bring to an end a poor run against the defending champions.
In the past five years, the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon have only managed a draw at home with Egypt, who have won the three other clashes between the two teams.
"We will fight and do our best because they have humiliated us for some time now, but I'm not God to say we will win," said Eto'o at a press conference yesterday.
"I have always tried to give the best of myself in every game and that's what I will do against Egypt."
Egypt were forced to a draw by Cameroon in a decisive 2006 World Cup qualifier in 2005, paving the way for the Ivory Coast to qualify for their first-ever World Cup.
At the 2008 Afcon, the Pharaohs beat Cameroon 4-2 in a group game before they again defeated them 1-0 in the tournament final.
"Cameroon did not go to the 2006 World Cup in Germany because of Egypt, but because of Cameroon: we did not score the last-minute penalty to take us there," argued the Inter Milan striker, who added that he has fulfilled his promise to get the team to the last eight of the competition.
Meanwhile, Egypt skipper Ahmed Hassan has said he will feature in the match against Cameroon despite suffering a groin strain in training. - Sapa-AFP