5) Italy unbeaten run ended Italy's fantastic three year unbeaten run was one of the major discussions heading into the October international break. Well, the reigning European champions saw their incredible record agonizingly ended by Spain who beat them in the Semi finals of the Uefa Nations league to halt the Azzurri's record at 37.
Photo Credit: Twitter France won Belgium during their UEFA Nations league play off, the game ended 3-2 in favour of Didier Deschamps' team. Belgium dominated the game in the first half but conceded 3 goals in the second half. At first, Yannick Carassco scored the first goal by playing a shot which deflected the ball.
After Navigating past Italy and Belgium in the semi-final of the second edition of the UEFA Nations League, Spain and France will square up in San Siro later Tonight in the battle of who will be crowned the Winners of This Year's UEFA Nations League. France came from 2-0 down to claim a 3-2 victory over their neighbours Belgium at Allianz Stadium last Thursday, with a very jubilant Didier Deschamps who was pleased with his side's response after the break, keen to avoid another early scarce against a very trickery La Rojas.
It was a disappointing result for Manchester United as Leicester City defeated the club by 4-2 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The defeat ended the Red Devils twenty-nine (29) away games unbeaten run in the English Premier League. Unfortunately, the club midfielder and defender, Paul Pogba and Harry Maguire respectively were criticized for their poor performances that resulted in the club's defeat.
The France National Team continued their incredible run of form as they recorded a 2 - 1 win over Spain in the UEFA Nations League. The World Champions France were far from their usual best but they managed to clinch the UEFA Nations League title. Credit: Google The France Superstars which include Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema, Antonio Griezmann, Theo Hernandez, Lucas Hernandez, Paul Pogba, Andrea Rabiot, Hugo Lloris, Jules Kounde and Benjamin Pavard were all superb in tonight’s encounter.
The night started out joyfully for Belgium in their UEFA Nations League semi-final match against France, and they almost overcame the world champions. But the world champions fought back and took the match by storm and equalized before dealing it on with a late goals to seal the victory and send themselves into the final.
Photo Credit: Twitter Belgium lost carelessly to France during their UEFA Nations play-off yesterday. Roberto Martinez's boys went 2-0 up in the first half but still lost the game. Romelu Lukaku registered on the scoresheet once again after Yannick Carrasco's first goal. The game really turned around in the second half when Didier Deschamps' boys started bagging in goals.
Today France and Spain played in the UEFA Nations League final as both sides were keen on getting a win. The match was a fierce encounter as both teams played very well. Both sides created a lot of chances as they mounted pressure on each other's defense.
Photo Credit: Twitter France won Spain 2-1 in the UEFA Nations league final yesterday. Didier Deschamps' team lifted the trophy despite having a lot of injured players like N'golo Kante and Raphael Varane. Two French youngsters by name Tchouameni and Jules Kounde really inspired France's win by putting in a lot of effort in the game.
Karim Benzema was absent front the French national team lineup for more than 5 years prior to being called up this year by France national coach, Didier Deschamps. Many had forgotten about him and some even claimed that he retired secretly, but he was surprisingly called up by the national team coach as the team prepared for Euro 2020.
Yesterday, France defeated Spain in an entertaining three goals thriller to win the UEFA Nations League trophy. France, who had previously defeated Belgium 3-2 in the semi final of the competition, came from behind to sink Luis Enrique's men. Oyarzabal gave Spain the lead in the 64' minute of the game after a sloppy defensive work by Dayot Upamecano.
The international break is still on, and the ever thrilling football action continues to rock the airways especially in Europe. The UEFA Nations League witnessed two big sides go head-to-head at the Allianz arena, Belgium and France battled it out in the second semi-final fixture of the UEFA Nations League but France emerged victors after a hard-fought battle against the top ranked Belgian side.
After winning their respective semi-finals in spectacular fashion, kicking off this Nations League Final Four in Italy, the team of Luis Enriques Spain and Didier Deschamps France will meet in Milan at San Siro for the trophy. It should be an exciting battle between two teams that haven't met competitively in over eight years.
As France lifted the Nations League trophy on Sunday evening at San Siro, it was unlikely that many Real Madrid fans were revelling in their success After all, Spain was the beaten finalist, losing 2-1 to Les Bleus, who became the first team in history to win the World Cup, European Championship, and Nations League all in the same season.
Didier Deschamps is a man of luck if you may put it that way. He has been involved in 80% of France total football triumphs as a nation. France have won five major international honours: which are the 1984 EUROs, the 1998 FIFA World Cup, the 2000 EUROs, the 2018 FIFA World Cup and now the 2021 Nations League.
The UEFA Nations league has come to an end, and with it the anticipation of who goes home with the trophy. The France National team emerged victorious after having a successful campaign that saw them face various difficult opponents. Didier Deschamps has now delivered his second trophy as manager of the French team.
A stoppage-time strike from Theo Hernández completed a remarkable comeback, as the World champions fought back from 2-0 down at HT to claim a 3-2 victory and a place in the UEFA Nations league final. The dramatic victory also extended ‘Les Bleus’ remarkable 40-year unbeaten record against the ‘Red Devils'.
Manchester United football club of England stars Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane were exceptional for France national team on Thursday evening, as they guided them to a remarkable 3-2 comeback victory over Belgium to book their spot in the final of UEFA Nations League. The duo were given starting roles by coach Didier Deschamps and they were outstanding for the away team in the game.
Real Madrid football club of Spain star Karim Benzema and Paris Saint Germain football club star Kylian Mbappe were the heroes for Didier Deschamps led France national team on Sunday evening, as they both find the back of the net to guide the team to a remarkable 2-1 comeback victory over Spain national team in the final of this year's UEFA Nations League.
Spain defeated the UEFA Euro 2020 winner, Italy by 2-1 goals in the semifinal game of the UEFA Nations League and Luis Enrique side was tipped to win the competition. The Spain national team is full of young talents who have been performing excellently in the games they have played.