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HT: France 0-2 Finland After two well-scored goals in the match showdown by newcomers, Finland advanced 2-0 What a story at the break! It was impressive, but France seems increasingly upset about what happened
Not ideal for France as their left and right backs have been the best forwards to date.
Pogba’s bad touch gets the ball out of play. Bleus isn’t a happy group now
Finland keeps its shape well if they can hit the interval with two goals, it would be a huge psychological boost
While France is looking for a response, Giroud sends a cross towards Thuram, who drops her well, but a Finn’s shoulder gets in the way and the ball is quickly cleared
Goal! France 0-2 Finland (Valacari) What a goal! The other new Finnish player moves the ball to his left foot, at 25 yards, and fires a shot that hits the top corner!
Goal! France 0-1 Finland (Fors) Wow, Finland leads out of nowhere! Sissoko loses possession, the visitors launch a counterattack, Force plays through it, grabs Lenglet, and shoots Mandanda.
A busy start so far with three good chances he’ll be pleased that he has at least participated
Digne’s cross is displayed all the way to Dubois, but his chest control relieves him the French goal feels like it’s just a matter of far away time per minute
Thuram fires from the edge of the box right after Pogba has polluted it.
Finland declared this time, but France quickly goes in on the offensive again and wins another corner
Thuram won another corner kick, Giroud’s header came to Ben Yedder, and his shot was a block that would be another French corner
Thuram has another great opportunity! Dubois picks it up outside the goal, without signs, with a cross pass from the rear, but Thuram’s side shot with his feet off the goal was an opportunity to test your technique, on volleyball, and he looks like he’s pissed off at himself.
Then Thuram rises up to head Digne’s corner on the bar! It was a strong header – very close to the starter
Pogba and Kauko fight in the middle of the park and Finn wins with a free kick after being caught by a stray arm
Finland, with its clothes reflecting the national flag, looks so confident on the ball but is struggling to get hold of it
Hamalainen advances from the left flank and passes the ball to Karjalainen, who strikes the ball and sees it veered back
Ben Yedder makes a smart run, but Dubois is unable to pass the difficult pass
There is a moment of applause for former France goalkeeper and coach Bruno Martini, who passed away at the age of 58 last month
These two last met in October 2013, when France won 3-0. Giroud is the only player who played that night to start here, even though Sissoko, Kurt Zuma and Steve Mandanda were all unused substitutes
Finland has a terrible record against France, but this iteration of the national team differs from its past for one reason. They qualified for the upcoming European Summer Championship – the first major tournament the Finns have ever reached. Can they make history again by avoiding defeat tonight?
Pogba will likely play a significant role in tonight’s plot – even if he doesn’t, that will in itself be a huge talking point. He has excelled with France in a deeper role, a role he seems to not enjoy playing for Manchester United, but Jimmy Carragher He rejected suggestions that the managers they had at Old Trafford were the problem.
Brentford Marcus Fors started to lead with Finland to make his international debut Onni Valakari, who like the Forss at the age of 21, made his debut also He’s a very young team, but this is a friendly match after allFinland: Joronen, Vaisanen, Ojala, O’Shaughnessy, Niskanen, Valakari, Schuller, Kauko, Hamalainen, Karjalainen, Forss
Marcus Thuram made his debut with the French national team. His father, Liliane, won the World Cup alongside French coach Didier Deschamps in 1998. The 23-year-old scored twice against Real Madrid last month and was doing well in the German league at the time and is expected to start on Left 4-4-2, with Paul Pooja in midfield and Moussa Sissoko – Deschamps favorite – on the rightFrance: Mandanda, Dubois, Zouma, Lenglet, Digne, Sissoko, Pogba, Nzonzi, Thuram, Giroud, Ben Yedder
Firstly, here are some of the latest transfer rumors from the continent, including French champion Paris Saint-Germain considering Cristiano Ronaldo’s move
Good evening and welcome to a live coverage of the friendly world champions against the much improved Finland national team both have been in good shape since international football resumed, and while France does not have some big names, their strength in the rear is embarrassing Team news on the way
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