Nasri wants a France win
France attacker warns against being cautious against Bosnia
By Soriebah Kajue. Last Updated: October 8, 2011 2:20pm
Samir Nasri puts club rivalry to one side as he celebrates with Florent Malouda in France's win
Samir Nasri has dismissed suggestions France will play for a point against Bosnia in their final qualifying game in Group D.
Les Bleus eased past Albania 3-0 on Friday night with goals from Florent Malouda, Loic Remy and Anthony Reveillere.
They are currently just a point ahead of Bosnia in the standings which means a point against their opponents would be enough to seal qualification.
Nasri, however, wants to round off their qualification process in style and would like nothing more than to claim the three points.
"It would be a trap to try and play for a draw," said Nasri.
"We do not have that experience, we are not the Italians in order to close the game and wait for the opponent.
"We will play our football and try to put them in difficulty. What is nice is that it's a team that plays, we will have more space.
"We will not calculate and do everything to win."