France has moved away from their feet The League of Nations The group after a thrilling 2-0 win over Austria in Saint-Denis on Thursday.
France dominated from start to finish at the Stade de France and overtook their visitors by one point, who would have relegated the world champions to Ligue 2 with a victory.
Kylian Mbappe put the ball into the net after 90 seconds, but his shot was canceled because he was offside when Youssef Fofana made his first shot.
Didier Deschamps’ men continued their fast and powerful start with Aurelien Chawamini’s skewed shot by whistling over the bar.
After some great play with Olivier Giroud, the whole world looked for Mbappe to break the deadlock at close range, but the Paris Saint-Germain striker was unable to get the ball clean when trying to shoot Patrick Bentz and Austria. Leave the hook.
Antoine Griezmann and Mbappe came close again over the next few minutes but Ralph Rangnick’s men escaped again.
Austria’s glamorous life continued when Chuamini’s overhead kick hit the crossbar, and Bentz somehow saved the rebound from Griezmann.
A thrilling cross from Jonathan Klaus was passed by racy Giroud before Mbappe Benites only spinned Lvofana to sabotage the next cut as France somehow entered the halftime break without showing a goal for their efforts.
After the break, Mbappe released Griezmann and while he couldn’t keep the ball in control, it would have been nice for Klaus to strike, but his shot sailed behind her for a goal kick.
France finally made a deserved lead after 55 minutes when Giroud received a loose ball from Marcel Sabitzer in the middle of the field and sent Mbappe away, ignoring the challenges of several Austrian defenders and firing into the ceiling of Bentz’s net.
The French attack continued as Klaus’ six-yard pass was shown by Chuamini, but the Real Madrid midfielder was unable to keep his shot in goal.
Giroud was denied a penalty when David Alaba dropped him, and the referee waved play and insisted the challenge was clean.
But the Milan striker was not banned for much longer as he doubled France’s lead, rising high to meet Griezmann’s delicious cross.
Substitute Ousmane Dembele passed Mbappe in stoppage time to add a third goal, but his shot was closer to finding a corner flag from the net.
Goalkeeper: Mike Minnian – 5/10 – He had nothing to do in half football.
Central Defence: Jules Conde – 5/10 – He picked up an injury early and had to be replaced.
Central Defence: Raphael Varane – 7/10 – I didn’t have much to do but drove well on a rare outing as a captain.
CB: Benoit Badiashile – 7/10 – Great start for Les Bleus, sweeping well and cruising forward with intent.
Right midfielder: Jonathan Klaus – 7/10 – He basically played as a winger. He was in great contact with Griezmann.
cm: Aurelien Chuamini – 6/10 – The gameplay kept ticking but it wasn’t amazing.
Midfielder: Youssef Fofana – 7/10 – He seemed to belong to a France midfield who had a lot of power in the rear.
Left midfielder: Ferland Mendy – 5/10 – His delivery wasn’t always spot on and his flaws were obvious unlike Kloss.
Morning: Antoine Griezmann – 8/10 – He beat the years with a great performance that linked the midfield and attack.
CF: Kylian Mbappe – 9/10 – Austria’s only hope for stopping Mbappe was that Bentz would somehow deny all his shots. did not work.
CF: Olivier Giroud – 9/10 – He continued his brilliant start to the season. Working alongside Mbappe and Griezmann, he once again proved why Deschamps relied on him. Now just two goals away from equaling Thierry Henry’s record in France.
Sub: William Saliba (23 minutes for Conde) – 6/10 – He wasn’t particularly busy after coming in midway through the first half.
Sub: Alphonse Areola (46 minutes to Minyan) – 5/10 – Like Mainian, it was a quiet night for Areola among the sticks.
Sub: Ousmane Dembele (78 minutes for Griezmann) – N / A
SUB: Christopher Nkunko (78′ for Giroud) – N/A
Sub: Randall Kolo Mwani (90 minutes to Mbappe) – N / A
Director: Didier Deschamps – 8/10 – France tore Austria and the old guard of Deschamps played a large role in ensuring this.
A goal keeper: Patrick Bentz (7); RB: Christopher Tremmel (6), CB: Philip Lenhart (5), CB: David Alaba (6), pound: Maximilian Weber (5); RM: Marcel Sabitzer (3), cm: Nicola Seewald (4), cm: Xavier Schlager (6), LM: Andreas Wyman (5); CF: Marko Arnautovic (3), CF: Onesio Cream (4)
Branches: Dejan Ljubicic (4), Christoph Baumgartner (5), Romano Schmid (5), Stefan Bosch (5)
boss: Ralph Rangnick (4)