This weekend's round of 16 matches will feature not just the World Cup champion of 2018, but also the current African champion as well as one of the finalists of Euro 2020.

It is no surprise that the 2018 World Cup semifinalist England comes in as the heavy favorite for the Euro 2020 final.

Cisse played for Senegal in its 2002 World Cup quarterfinal victory over Sweden, just a few games after defeating 1998 winner France.

In preparation for Sunday's game, Regis Bogaert says Cisse has been drawing on his experience. Well, he is not lying.

According to Reuters, Bogaert uses data and his own experiences when he speaks. I think the team trusts him because of his experience as a player of great team in 2002.

To beat England would be an incredible achievement, but I don't know how significant it would be compared to the 2002 victory.

He also said that if we can win against England then we are delivering an incredible message that we have now become stronger than before.