Perancis vs Kroasia
French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris made a blunder in the 69th minute led to a goal that was easily created by Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic.
Blunder it originated from the back pass by Samuel Umtiti, Lloris looks too relaxed in the mastery of the ball.
Mario Mandzukic takes advantage of Hugo Lloris blunders. Mario Mandzukic takes advantage of Hugo Lloris blunders. (REUTERS / Maxim Shemetov)
The Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper was the ball to Umtiti, but the ball managed to hold the ball and struck the ball into the French goal.
A blunder that damages the chances of Croatia.
The French goal came from Mario Mandzukic's suicide (18th minute) and Antoine Griezmann's penalty kick (38 ').
A student scored one goal from Ivan Perisic (28 ').
The people did not deserve to be abducted 1-2 in the first round. Zlatko Dalic's team is actually featuring a ball that is more aggressive, entertaining, and positive.
France spelled out the champion could excel in the first round. One goal is created because of an own goal, and one other goal thanks to the 'reward' of the referee through VAR.
Seeing the final round that makes the end will take place until the fight is over.
There was no sign of pique in the first half after three times for the 120-minute match before the final.
In the second half, I will predict and re-score quick goals. Attack through the wings and release the cross-feeds remain a mainstay.
Serbia should be more observant in front of the French goal. Several times the cross-passes that were released through the wing in the first half just ended a 'dead goal'.
While France must look for other ways besides forcing attacks through Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann. France can not continue to rely on luck in the second half.
The arrangement of French vs Croats:
France: 1-Hugo Lloris; 2-Benjamin Pavard, 4-Raphael Varane, 5-Samuel Umtiti, 21-Lucas Hernandez; 6-Paul Pogba, 13-N'Golo Kante; 10-Kylian Mbappe, 7-Antoine Griezmann, 14-Blaise Matuidi; 9-Olivier Giroud.
Coach: Didier Deschamps.
Croatia: Subasic 23-Danijel; 2-Sime Vrsaljko, 6-Dejan Lovren, 21-Domagoj Vida, 3-Ivan Strinic; 7-Ivan Rakitic, 11-Marcelo Brozovic; 18-Ante Rebic, 10-Luka Modric, 4-Ivan Perisic; 17-Mario Mandzukic
Coach: Zlatko Dalic.
Argentine referee Nestor Pitana