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Deschamps: France Should Have Better Results

Deschamps: France Should Have Better Results

France’s national team coach, Didier Deschamps, was disappointed with his team’s playful performance without clarity in thinking Situs Judi.

Surprisingly, France squared a goalless draw at home to Luxembourg in Group A’s 2018 World Cup qualifier at the Municipal Stadium of Toulouse on Sunday (09/03/2017) or Monday morning GMT.

Acting as host, France had trouble scoring. In fact, Les Bleus has 74 percent mastery of the ball.

France are also capable of releasing a total of 19 shots which eight of them are on target to the visitors’ goal.

Responding to these results, Didier Deschamps admitted disappointed.

He instead gives praise to Luxembourg who look great in dampening the attack Les Bleus.

“Of course we should be able to achieve better results.Leaving the playing field by having at least 12 chances without winning is very difficult to accept,” Deschamps told L’Equipe.

“I want to congratulate Luxembourg on a very great and heroic look at defense, we are able to create chances but have no clarity in thinking,” he said.

French national team is now only one point ahead of Sweden in the second rank and is four points from the Netherlands in third position of Group A.

France now leaves only two World Cup 2018 qualifying matches against Bulgaria (7/10/2017) and Belarus (10/10/2017).

With just one more victory in the next game, France can lock a ticket to the finals to be held in Russia next year, as long as Sweden fail to get points.

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Coming to Spain Vs Italy, Zoff Sebut Sergio Ramos et al Not as Strong First

Coming to Spain Vs Italy, Zoff Sebut Sergio Ramos et al Not as Strong First

Ahead of the game against Italy on Saturday (2/9/2017), Italian national team legend, Dino Zoff, revealed that Spain is not as strong as before.

Spain a few years ago managed to dominate several international events.

They have won the European Cup in 2008, 2012, and the 2010 World Cup in sequence.

However, former Italy national team goalkeeper, Dino Zoff, revealed that Spain is now different.

“Spain? They have very good players, as usual, but not as strong as they were a few years ago,” he said, quoted by BolaSport.com from Diario AS.

“They no longer have the same unbeatable impression,” Zoff said.

Italy themselves must travel to Spain in the advanced 2018 World Cup Qualifying Group Europe Zone.

Both teams currently have the same points in the standings, which are 16 points.

However, Spain is entitled to lead the standings because of superior goal difference over Italy.

In the first meeting when Italy hosted, the game ended in a 1-1 position.

Both teams will certainly try to achieve victory because the tripoin from the closest rival in Group G is going to pave the way to Russia 2018.