December 6, 2022

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UEFA National League: France to be relegated?

The defending champion of the UEFA National League, France is now stumbling. Didier Deschamps’ upbringing is currently in an unreal form. Game after game they live, everything can not be ended with the gold pieces that they should. Always fail to gain three points. Losing, is familiar with the current French national team, in the UEFA National League this season.

The last match when they met with the Croatian national team, France again experienced bad things. Even embarrassing in his own cage. The reason is, the team nicknamed Les Blues had to lose to Luka Modric and his colleagues at the Stade de France Stadium, Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Not much was the score for France’s defeat. Just overturned one blank. That was also thanks to the execution of Luka Modric through a kick that came from the white point. However, the defeat left Kylian Mbappe and Benzema together, making France have lost twice at the Stade de France in the UEFA National League this season.

Because in the previous party, France also had to go out of business over the guest, Denmark. Yes, Braithwaite and his colleagues managed to embarrass and sadden France. Because at that time, Denmark managed to come out as the winner. Had taken the lead first through goals from the bomber Karim Benzema, but was forced to endure the Danish comeback win thanks to two goals bought up by Cornelius.

The narrow defeat against the Croatian national team earlier, made France in four UEFA National League matches this season officially never gain three points or a victory. This makes Didier Deschamps’ troops now at the bottom of the A1 standings.

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And if so, France leaves two important matches in this event. Of course, it must be able to be packed with victory. Although, with France’s victory, it is still impossible to overtake the leader of the standings. But, with that victory, at least France can lift their feet from the bottom standings. Because if not, then the Europa League champions will likely be nudged into League B in the next decade. Can France rise?