Making the ultimate one so far (4-0-0), India has secured early on the qualification for the final Asian Cap. "We want to keep the positive turn and to score points in the overall ranking of FIFA," says Stephen Konstantin. Several players wanted to be unhappy with the Anglo-Greek Cypriot coach, but Captain Sunni Tsetri denied everything: "There may be bitterness about the calls, but this is because everyone wants to play with the national team. Any misunderstanding was solved within the family "
In addition to "indifference" and potential domestic problems, there are also good (mainly commercial) relations between India and neighboring Myanmar, which fights with Kyrgyzstan for a second group ticket, while the team is not so competitive subordinate to India. Counting all the above, it may well be worth fighting against the home team's favorite.