the French team in 433 with Griezmann on the right, Thuram in the center and Mbappé on the left

the French team in 433 with Griezmann on the right, Thuram in the center and Mbappé on the left
the French team in 433 with Griezmann on the right, Thuram in the center and Mbappé on the left

The French team plays its round of 16 at Euro 2024 this Monday (6 p.m.) against Belgium. A match that the Blues will approach with a surprise team composition. According to our information, Didier Deschamps will opt for a 433 hybrid with Antoine Griezmann on the right in place of Ousmane Dembélé.

The boss’ surprise! While Didier Deschamps and his staff seemed to be heading towards a team composition in 442 diamond with Antoine Griezmann supporting an attacking duo composed of Marcus Thuram and Kylian Mbappé, the eleven that will be lined up in Düsseldorf will be completely different. According to our information, the Blues will play, against Belgium in the 8th finals of the Euro, in hybrid 433. But beyond the animation, it is the choice of men that changes.

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Freedom for Griezmann in attack

Antoine Griezmann will thus start on the right side in place of Ousmane Dembélé, relegated to the bench for the occasion. Marcus Thuram will find a place in the axis of the attack while Kylian Mbappé will be placed on the side. A position that seems better will suit his qualities than the point of attack. Griezmann’s positioning on the right will make it possible to close this side without the ball. When France is in his possession, Griezmann will have more freedoms.

The rest of the Blues composition is more expected with a midfielder composed of Adrien Rabiot, Aurélien Tchouaméni and N’Golo Kanté, while the defense does not move with Jules Koundé, Dayot Upamecano, William Saliba and Théo Hernandez ahead of Mike Maignan in the goals.

The composition of the French team:

Maignan – Kounde, Upamecano, Saliba, Hernandez – Kante, Tchouaméni, Rabiot – Griezmann, Thuram, Mbappé

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