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Women’s Euro 2022: England – Germany In The Final: France Eliminated

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Beaten at the gates of the final of the Women’s Euro, the French team let Germany face England this Sunday at Wembley for the European title.

The French team will not play the final of the Euro 2022 for women. Dominated, Les Bleues lost against Germany (1-2), this Wednesday evening, in the semi-finals.

The Euro stops in the semi-finals for the French women’s team. Les Bleues leave the competition after a rather logical defeat against Germany (1-2) this Wednesday evening. The French have fallen on stronger than them. Diani relaunches France before the break After breaking the glass ceiling of the quarters that resisted for ten years, Renard and her partners entered this match with a palpable tension on the field. Their opponent a little too. Both teams needed a few minutes to let off steam. And after a closed first quarter of an hour, the Germans were more and more pressing in front of the French goal. Fortunately for Les Bleues, Peyraud-Magnin was decisive in pushing back a free kick from Popp that came close to her post. More aggressive in the duels, well organized in the pressing and better in place collectively, the Germans dominated the debates in the first half against the French struggling to keep the ball and leave their half. And by dint of suffering, Corinne Diacre’s players conceded the opening goal. Popp took advantage of the passivity of the French to score on a cross from the right (1-0, 40th). As we were heading towards the break with this score in Germany’s favor, Diani finally equalized with a right-footed shot with the help of the post and the back of the goalkeeper Frohms (1-1, 45th).

Popp eliminates the Blues This first goal conceded in the tournament did not really disturb the Germans, who went back to attack the French goal after the second half. But after a difficult first quarter of an hour in the second half, the French finally showed themselves dangerous from the hour of play, by getting several opportunities of goal. Bacha’s shot was blocked by Hendrich’s head, then Renard and Diani were denied by the German goalkeeper Frohms. But it all fell apart… Just as France was getting better in this semi-final, Germany finally got back in front on the scoreboard. After a cross from the right side, Popp was perfectly relaxed to head in a double (2-1, 76th)! This time, the difference was made. Despite the pressure from France at the end of the match, the French did not come back to the score before the final whistle. Germany will play the final against England at Wembley

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