The 22-year-old who’s very famous with price per head services around the world only made one appearance four years ago in South Africa, performing as a late substitute in what was a goalless draw in the group stages against Honduras.
Now the Bayern Munich player is one of the main men in Ottmar Hitzfeld’s squad as they look forward to live up to their world ranking of sixth in the World Cup in Brazil, and pay per head services can’t wait to se how he will perform this time around.
Shaqiri believes that Switzerland could make a “splash” at the competition. Many fans believe that he may be right, and pay per head services wonder how far they’ll make it.
“We are now more a team (than we were in 2010) and (we) stick together more,” Shaqiri is quoted as saying on the Switzerland Football Association website.
“We are more talented than at the last World Cup. Many have evolved abroad. Respect the other teams (have for us) has become greater.
“We are not like Germany, Spain or Brazil – but we are allowed to dream.
“We are a similar team (to Belgium). Both could make a splash at the World Cup.
“We want Switzerland (to be) well represented. Our fans should be proud of us.”
Pay per head services found out that this season, Shaqiri was set back by thigh problems, but the player said that he was not concerned about a repeat in this year’s World Cup.
“At the moment I do not think about it. I’m not afraid to (get) hurt again,” he added.
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At the World Cup, Switzerland will face Ecuador, France and Honduras in Group E, and pay per head services all over the world can’t wait to see how they will perform when this competition gets underway.