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A goal would be incredible against Spain - Tahiti captain

Tahiti captain Nicolas Vallar has said it would be incredible if he or his team mates were able to find the net against world and European champions Spain.

The two countries are set to meet tonight, and given how Nigeria crushed Tahiti 6-1 and the Spanish outplayed Uruguay last time out, many people have feared the worst for the Pacific Island nation.

“Hopefully we can concede fewer than six goals. Although I do not know how many we will score,” Vallar told reporters.

“If we were to score against Spain then it will be incredible. I hope to score a goal. If I succeed, I’ll the Coach to get me out of the field, because then I can return to Tahiti.

“It would be more incredible than the goal scored against Nigeria.”


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