Despite seemingly having the tie wrapped up thanks to Karim Benzema’s brace and Paul Pogba’s cracker after Haris Seferovic had drawn first blood, France allowed the Swiss to produce a storming comeback in the final 10 minutes during a 3-3 stalemate, and Yann Sommer would proceed to save from none other than Kylian Mbappe in the shootout to send the World Cup holders packing.
Having failed to add a third continental crown to their medal haul, France – who only actually managed to win one game at the tournament – will now endeavour to avoid any slip-ups in World Cup Qualifying, and they have managed to do so thus far.Bajevic’s winless streak included defeat to Northern Ireland on penalties in the Euro 2020 qualifying playoffs, meaning that their bid to reach the continental competition for the first time as an independent nation once again ended in failure, and a 2-2 stalemate with Finland represents their only point of World Cup Qualifying so far.
While a 1-1 draw with Ukraine during the opening game did not represent a morale-boosting result, Deschamps’s side saw off Kazakhstan 2-0 before a 1-0 success over Bosnia back in March – results which have seen them establish a healthy four-point lead at the top of the pile in Group D.
Ukraine and Finland – whom France surprisingly lost to during a November friendly – also lie in wait for Les Bleus during September’s fixtures, but the chance to hit the 10-point mark after four games is not one that Deschamps will allow his players to pass up.
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