France-Gambia, crazy match in the Under-20 World Cup: goalkeeper error, penalty saved and African surprise

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Goal play fashion is here to stay. There are already very few teams that appeal to the field to split up and bet on the second play as a strategy. It’s a rarity. Still, it would come in handy France under-20 national team use that plan. At least I wouldn’t have got off on the wrong foot and with a phenomenal mistake his match against Gambiafor the second date of group F of the category World Cup which is played in Argentina.

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Is this a bad way out? Yan Liennardthe 1.92m tall French archer wanted to play tricks and instead of enabling one of the two central defenders, who had a shot, he tried to speed up the game and give the ball to the midfielder martino adelina.

But the pass, in the Malvinas Argentinas, was intercepted by Muhammed Jobe, who immediately enabled Adama Bojang. The curious thing is that Liennard, quick to block his rival, got carried away with the attacker, but had such bad luck that the rebound hit Tanguy Zoukrou’s knee and went into his goal. Horror and bloopers. All in the same play

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Thus, France is complicated in the group stage, as in the first match they fell to South Korea 2-1 and marched last. The Africans, for their part, are obtaining the victory which deposits them in the round of 16.

Source: Clarin

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