06/11/2022 2:56 p.m.
Antoine Griezmann (4/10)
Another difficult performance for the one who was once the leader of this team. Energetic when entering Monday, “Grizi” moved less full axis to make the difference this Friday in Vienna. His set pieces, however, created danger (17th). This is still insufficient.
Hugo Lloris (5)
Little requested, the tricolor captain ensured the blow on a long shot from Sabitzer (84th). He struggled with his long raises at the start of the match, but made a superb raise by hand (42nd).
Benjamin Pavard (5.5)
His combativeness was visible during this game. If he didn’t really bring offensively, he was solid defensively, with some important returns (27th and 52nd). He is however lost on the Austrian goal (37th). Physically, he was present.
William Saliba (4.5)
Renewed after a failed performance in Croatia, the central defender still struggled in the first period. He slipped from the start, was then at fault on the opposing opening, forgetting Weimann (37th), then was dominated by Arnautovic on another occasion from Austria (42nd). His speed allowed him to chain the interventions in second.
Ibrahima Konate (5)
He had few duels to play for his big first in the France team. Not successful on his first balloons, even if it was without consequence. He is well fixed by Arnautovic on the 1-0 (37th). At the origin of the French goal too. To review.
Theo Hernandez (5.5)
In the game, the flashes of the AC Milan left-hander can create danger at any time. It was impactful but lacked a bit of success. Shame. Defensively, he alternated the good and the bad. He does not counter the center of Laimer on the goal of Weimann (37th).
Boubacar Kamara (6)
Eclipsed at the start of the match by Tchouaméni, who made the play, the player trained at OM first distinguished himself by his long game, offering a little variety to the tricolor attacks. He was especially impressive when he returned from the locker room, on recovery (in 6 as above) and in the game. He caused the big chance for Coman (55th). Very useful.
Aurelien Tchouameni (5.5)
From the start, he behaved like a boss in midfield, being the hub of his team and making good passes inside. He calmed down a bit and was even a little less present when he returned from the locker room, giving up his place in the 63rd minute.
Moussa Diaby (6)
As against Croatia, the Leverkusen winger had enormous activity in the right lane, both in the ball percussion at the foot and in his defensive returns. He hurt the opposing side, but he may have lacked a bit of tact to properly serve a teammate.
Kingsley Coman (6)
The Bayern winger made quite a few differences, getting his dribbles right and then managing to find his teammates. He left strong after returning from the locker room, but missed a great opportunity (55th).
Karim Benzema (5.5)
At the finish, he did not convert two good chances (a header in the 17th and a recovery in the 51st). In the game, he let Griezmann off the hook and had little influence in the first half, before being more ubiquitous in the game in the second.
Kylian Mbappé (not rated)
Launched on the hour mark in place of “Grizi”, he immediately tried to create danger by hitting the ball at the foot, almost everywhere on the front of the attack. Very rough, he however equalized on a superb pass from Nkunku (83rd) before missing the winning goal (87th).
N’Golo Kanté and Lucas Hernandez will not play the last meeting of the Blues this season against Croatia, Monday evening.
Two players less Didier Deschamps. The France team will finish this gathering from June to 22, since two elements leave the group this Saturday. They are N’Golo Kanté and Lucas Hernandez.
The Chelsea midfielder is still injured in the knee. Holder against Denmark (1-2), he had spent the last two meetings of the Blues in the stands. The Bayern Munich defender is released because his partner will soon give birth.
These two players will not be replaced for the match against Croatia on Monday evening at the Stade de France.
N’Golo Kanté (knee) and Lucas Hernandez (happy event) leave the rally #ProudToBeBlues
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— French team ⭐⭐ (@equipedefrance) June 11, 2022
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