Eswatini head coach Kosta Papic says his team will play attacking football when they take on Zambia on Saturday in the second leg of the 2020 Cameroon CHAN final round qualifier.
The Serbian trainer is hopeful that is side can get a goal(s) in Zambia to turn around the tie with an attacking approach but admitted that it was a risky move.
"Nothing is about me, I am just doing my job, It's all about the players. The coach's job is to just prepare the team. We will do our best, If they are tactically disciplined then everything will be okay," he said.
" We created a lot of chances at home and only conceded from a mistake. My team does not know how to defend we have come here to play attacking football. It's risky but that's what you have to do in these circumstances if you want to qualify."
"Everyday you learn something new and it's up to you to take it. You rectify your mistake and prepare yourself better," he added.
The Copper Bullets and the Sihlangu will square off at the National Heroes Stadium on Saturday at 15:00 hours with the winner over two legs qualifying to the Cameroon 2020 CHAN.