Giresse's men face Nigeria in Wednesday's third-place encounter.
Most of the Carthage Eagles' matches in the tournament have been tight, with their 3-0 quarter-final win over minnows Madagascar the only game they have emerged victorious from in 90 minutes.
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The Super Eagles have tried to play more enterprising football throughout the whole tournament, though, so the feeling is that they will still be up for this challenge.
"The third-place match must end with a win in favour of Nigeria, and the Super Eagles must come back home with the bronze medals".
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"Our team is progressing well after the World Cup which wasn't bad, we've started work with a rejuvenated team".
Then Cup holders Tunisia shot into a comfortable lead during the penalty shoot-out following another 1-1 stalemate after regulation and extra time at the El Masry Stadium in Port Said.
"Mikel Obi still remains the captain of the team and we must remember that he was in the starting line up in two matches before he got injured and two days ago he overcame his knee injury meaning that he is not fully fit to play the match at hand".
The North Africans registered three draws in the three group stage matches, drawing one all with Angola and Mali.
Aiming to maintain their flawless record in AFCON third-place play-offs, Nigeria were presented with the lead when Tunisia goalkeeper Moez Ben Cherifia and defender Yassine Meriah combined to tee up Ighalo. - Nigeria have won each of their six third-place games.
Ighalo netted his fifth goal of the tournament just three minutes into the match after Ahmed Musa's left wing cross was palmed away by Moez Ben Cherifia, but his save rebounded off Yassine Meriah to hand the Shanghai Shenhua striker the simplest of tap-ins.