Substitute at kick-off, Antoine Griezmann nevertheless saw its beautiful series continue. Came into play at the 80e minutes instead of Matteo Guendouzithe French indeed disputed his 65e rank match with the France team. The last time he missed a game for the France national team was on June 13, 2017 for a friendly match against England.

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And if the defeat was there, the native of Mâcon also honored his 108e selection with the Blues. Enough to allow him to join Zinedine Zidane in the ranking of the most capped French players. The Atletico Madrid striker thus occupies the 6e place and is only overtaken by Lilian Thuram (142), Hugo Lloris (139), Thierry Henry (123), Marcel Desailly (116) and Olivier Giroud (112).

With 42 goals, Griezmann is also the third top scorer in the history of the French team, behind Thierry Henry (51) and Olivier Giroud (48).

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