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FRA 3-2 BEL: One Wrong Decision Belgium Coach Made In Today's Match That Contributed To His Defeat

The UEFA Nations League was in action today as Belgium and France clashed at the Allianz Stadium. Both teams clashed in the second semi-final fixture of the UEFA Nations League with France emerging victorious after a heated encounter.

France defeated Belgium 3-2 to book their place for the finals of the competition after a solid performance at the Allianz Stadium. Goals from Karim Benzema, Kylian Mbappe and Theo Hernandez were enough to send France through to the finals after a tightly contested encounter at Allianz Stadium

Didier Deschamp's France were on top of their game as they proved too strong for Belgium at the Allianz Stadium. France outplayed the Belgium side and made them looked average in today's match.

Karim Benzema, Kylian Mbappe and Theo Hernandez were on the score sheet today as France beat Belgium to book their place in the final of the UEFA Nations League.


Belgium wouldn't have lost if Roberto Martinez made the correct decisions today as he made one mistake in today's match.

1. Starting The Eden Hazard:

Eden Hazard used to be Belgium's best player but his recent form for Real Madrid has been poor hence should not be a starter for a big team like Belgium.

Roberto Martinez made the mistake of starting Eden Hazard as he was the weakest link in the attack. While Romelu Lukaku was scoring the goals and Kevin De Bruyne was creating the chances, Eden Hazard was nowhere to be found as he flopped once again.




Conclusion:

Luis Enrique got his tactics, and lineup wrong as he got outclassed his counterpart, Didier Deschamp in today's big game. France is through to the finals of the Uefa Nations League and will face Spain in the finals.

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