Egypt striker Mohamed Salah has urged his team-mates to enjoy the final and continue to win trophies for the fans.
“We are ready for this game, every player, physically and mentally,” the Liverpool forward said at a press conference.
“It was a difficult tournament for us because we had to endure a lot of injuries but in the end we prepare well for this game against Senegal and I hope to win.
“I want the players to enjoy the final. And fight for the championship to satisfy the Egyptians who were waiting for it with something that money cannot buy.”
The 29-year-old also spoke of a duel with Senegal star Sadio Mane and joining the Reds.
“It’s going to be difficult against Senegal and Mane because we’re going to be rivals on Sunday.”
Both Salah and Mane have reputations for being quiet but have risen to the occasion at AFCON of wearing the captain’s armband and inspiring their team.
Mane has scored three times against Zimbabwe, Cape Verde and in the semi-final against Burkina Faso and is only one goal behind Henri Camara’s national record.