Euro 2024: France held in check by Poland (1-1) finishes second in the group, relive the match

Euro 2024: France held in check by Poland (1-1) finishes second in the group, relive the match
Euro 2024: France held in check by Poland (1-1) finishes second in the group, relive the match

Last group match for the France team this Tuesday June 25. The Blues face Poland at Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund at 6 p.m.

A match to follow live with commentary here:

90e + 5 : It’s over, France is held in check by Austria (1-1) and will finish second in its group.

85e: Last change, Kolo Muani replaces Dembélé.

82e : Fofana replaces Tchouameni.

78e: Lewandowski misses his penalty but the referee allows it to be withdrawn because Maignan moved to the attacker’s multiple feints (1-1). In the meantime, Austria regained the advantage since the Netherlands had equalized (3-2).

75e: Upamecano hooks Swiderski’s foot and the referee awards a penalty after looking at the VAR.

70e : Tchouameni loses a dangerous ball which Lewandowski is close to taking advantage of but it doesn’t hit the target.

60e : Exits of Kanté, Rabiot and Barcola, entries of Giroud, Griezmann and Camavinga.

59e: Austria scored a second goal against the Netherlands, France is first in the group.

56e : Buuuuutttt for France, Mbappé transforms the penalty taking the goalkeeper on the wrong foot.

\ud83c\uddeb\ud83c\uddf7 Kylian Mbappé (10 goals) becomes the top scorer in the history of@equipedefrance on penalties in front of Antoine Griezmann (9). #FRAPOL

— Stats Foot (@Statsdufoot)

54e : penalty for the Blues, Dembélé was brought down in the area,

49e : Mbappé wraps his shot but falls on Skorupski.

47e: Netherlands equalize against Austria (1-1), the French still second in the group.

Half time: France accelerated just before half-time but could not find the solution against the goals.

\ud83c\uddeb\ud83c\uddf7 France has only scored 4 goals in its last 15 EURO group stage matches in the 1st half (CSC 2, Nasri 1, Benzema 1). #FRAPOL #EURO2024

— Stats Foot (@Statsdufoot)

45e : Mbappé fails again on Skorupski who closes his angle well.

41e : One-two Mbappé – Barcola but Skorupski deflects the future Madrid player’s attempt.

34e: The French pass close to the correctional on a header from Lewandowski which licks Maignan’s post.

28e : The heat is so intense that the referee orders a breakwater.

24e: First warning of the game for the Pole Zalewski who held back Mbappé.

18e : Dembélé well shifted by Kanté butt on the goalkeeper.

If Dembelé is warned of a yellow card, he will be automatically suspended in the round of 16.

Fingers crossed.

— Winamax Sport \ud83d\udd1e (@WinamaxSport)

15e : Urbanski’s strike from a corner was poorly repelled by the French, Maignan is well placed.

11e : Overflow and cross from Dembélé for Hernandez whose shot is repelled by the Polish goalkeeper.

8e : In the other group match, Austria opened the scoring against the Netherlands and occupies provisional first place in the group.

6e : The first opportunity is Polish with a shot from Zielenski. Maignan must go to bed.

1 king : Let’s go for France’s third group match, it was the Poles who kicked off.

H – 30′ : On the Polish side, Robert Lewandowski is a regular starter, as is Lensois Frankowski, unlike Niçois Bulka in goal. Skorupski was preferred.

H – 40′ : Note that Kylian Mbappé and Ousmane Dembélé are under threat of suspension in the event of a yellow card.

H – 60′ : The captain of the France team Kylian Mbappé, victim of a broken nose, is back as a starter to face Poland in the last match of the first round of Euro-2024 (group D), Tuesday in Dortmund, we learned from a source close to the Blues. The striker, who broke his nose at the end of the first match against Austria (1-0) on June 17, missed the clash against the Netherlands (0-0) on Friday. He will start in place of Marcus Thuram.

The surprise of the French composition comes from the tenure of Parisian Bradley Barcola on the left side of the French attack who numerically replaces Griezmann in the 4-3-3 concocted by coach Didier Deschamps.

\ud83c\uddeb\ud83c\uddf7 France will start a major tournament match with 3 attackers under contract from the same club (Barcola, Dembélé, Mbappé from @PSG_inside) for the first time since June 24, 1958 against Brazil at the World Cup (Vincent, Fontaine, Piantoni du @StadeDeReims). #EURO2024

— Stats Foot (@Statsdufoot)



PREV America in the Eye of Stephen Shore
NEXT 2024 Olympics: Flying taxis allowed to land on the Seine, Paris City Hall opposes