Didier Six: "Togo had the ambition to win"

Emmanuel Adebayor scores for Togo in their African Cup of Nations match with Algeria on January 26, 2013
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Togo coach Didier Six says that his team deserved their 2-0 victory over Algeria in the Africa Cup of Nations.

Togo coach Didier Six has said that his team must "recuperate" ahead of their crunch Africa Cup of Nations clash with Tunisia.

The Sparrow Hawks went second in Group D with a 2-0 win over Algeria in Rustenburg.

The result means that a draw with Tunisia on Wednesday will see them progress to the knockout stages.

Six, 58, said that his team showed how much they wanted to win against Algeria, but warned that they must do more if they are to advance further in the tournament.

"We were up against a very good Algeria team, but the win was deserved," said Six. "Togo had the ambition to win.

"We have to recuperate now. We're in the 'group of death' and we have to put more effort into what we do."

Six is a former French international.

Emmanuel Adebayor scores for Togo in their African Cup of Nations match with Algeria on January 26, 2013
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