New Delhi: India will have to play like a "team possessed" if they are to win the Nehru Cup final against strong Cameroon here on Sunday, says skipper Sunil Chhetri.
"Every team takes the field with a sole aim to win. But it's not that easy every time. We need to play to our potential and not bother about other aspects. We need to play like a team possessed," said Chhetri on the eve of the final. The tournament has hosted many a quality teams since its revival in 2007, but Chhetri placed Cameroon at the top, describing them as a "class side".
"They are a very strong side. In fact, among all the teams that I have played against in the Nehru Cup since 2007, this is the most capable side. They are a class side," the Portugal-returned striker said.