Griezmann makes Blues history

Griezmann makes Blues history
Griezmann makes Blues history

By coming into play this Tuesday against Poland for the Blues’ third match at Euro 2024, Antoine Griezmann set a new record for a player on the France team.

His case caused a lot of talk at a time when the France team was preparing to play its third and final group match of the first round of Euro 2024. Little to its advantage against Austria and the Netherlands. Bottom, Antoine Griezmann was sent to the bench by Didier Deschamps. Desire to spare the player or other reason, the fact is that the choice of the coach questioned. However, “Grizou” still came into play. The opportunity for him to further mark the history of the Blues.

Indeed, Antoine Griezmann became this Tuesday the French outfield player who took part in the greatest number of matches in a Euro or a World Cup. With thirty-three appearances on the clock in these major competitions, the French international has erased from the shelves a certain Lilian Thuram who had remained at thirty-two.

And it’s not over

A basic man in the system put in place since 2012 by Didier Deschamps, Antoine Griezmann has never left the France team under the orders of his coach. Less in shape at the start of the Euro, he should still remain one of the players on whom Didier Deschamps will continue to count until the end.

Qualified for the round of 16, the Blues will need the return to form and the rise in power hoped for from their playing master. More than ever in the history of the France team, Antoine Griezmann will certainly do everything to write his own for even longer.

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