TOP CHRONO – France-Belgium (1-0): video summary of the Blues’ qualification for the quarter-finals

TOP CHRONO – France-Belgium (1-0): video summary of the Blues’ qualification for the quarter-finals
TOP CHRONO – France-Belgium (1-0): video summary of the Blues’ qualification for the quarter-finals

As has been the case since the start of the Euro, it was with great difficulty that the French team snatched its ticket to the quarter-finals, by eliminating Belgium (1-0) on Monday 1st July.

Clumsy once again, the Blues got away with it thanks to an own goal from Jan Vertonghen, forced into a mistake by Randal Kolo Muani.

Relive the qualification of the vice-world champions on video on TF1+ and TF1info, who will face Portugal or Slovenia for a place in the semi-finals.

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Euro 2024

Never two without three. It’s almost tragicomic for Belgium. Six years after the semi-final of the 2018 World Cup, where they lost (1-0) to a liberating header from Samuel Umtiti, and three years after the Nations League semi-final, where they were beaten 3-2 while leading 2-0 at half-time, the “Red Devils” have once again fallen to Les Bleus, their bête noire.

At the end of a tight match on Monday, July 1, in Düsseldorf, the French team, ineffective and still unable to score in the game, ended up sending the Belgians home (1-0) to reach the quarter-finals of the Euro. As if it wasn’t already hard enough for Kevin De Bruyne’s teammates, who came up against an impassable Mike Maignan (24th, 70th and 83rd), it was one of their own, Jan Vertonghen, who turned the tide of this game. Unlucky, the “Devils” defender deflected into his goal an off-target shot from Randal Kolo Muani (85th), who came on after an hour of play.

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A goal that, like in 2018, is enough to make Didier Deschamps’ men happy. For them, the Euro continues. They will meet Portugal or Slovenia in the next round, who will face each other in the evening in Frankfurt (at 9 p.m., live on TF1, TF1+ and live commentary on TF1info). A match that the Blues will watch on the way back to their base camp.

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To follow all of UEFA Euro 2024, tune in from June 14 to July 14 on TF1, TF1+ and, every day, on TF1info.


Yohan ROBLIN

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