Kathmandu: India football captain and lead striker Sunil Chettri is staring at a chance to become the country's highest international goalscorer as the SAFF Championship kicks-off here Sunday.
Chettri is currently at par with I.M. Vijayan on 40 while Bhaichung Bhutia stays at the top with 42.
"The fact of the matter stays that had I thought of it, I would have never reached here. If you do so your target becomes narrow. We have come into the SAFF Championship as a team and we want to do good as a team. Everyone has a specific role in the team. It's not that someone who scores is superior to the other," said Chettri.