By Ollie Irish
In front of, er, not very many fans at all, Malawi recorded their first ever win in the African Cup of Nations. And utterly deserved it was too, as Algeria – one of England’s group rivals at the 2010 World Cup – were worse than rubbish, particularly at the back.
This result has sent the English press into a frenzy of ill-judged, pre-World Cup confidence. For example, the Mail thinks that “awful” Algeria offer “no World Cup threat to Fabio Capello and England”, whilst even the mild-mannered Independent suggests that “Capello will find no reason