Football The world championship in France in the League of Nations continues – relegation may be confirmed in the next match

France were left undefeated in front of their home crowd when Croatia took the score.

Football men’s reigning world champion France is in a special situation. The national team, accustomed to success, is in big trouble in the League of Nations, and relegation to the second league level can be confirmed in the next match.

France are playing in Group A Group 1 with Denmark, Croatia and Austria, and the results are not flattering.

The team opened the League of Nations with a 1-2 home loss against Denmark. This was followed by 1-1 away matches against Croatia and Austria. The winning account was expected to open on Monday at home, but Croatia took full points Luka Modricin with a penalty kick score of 0-1.

France had succeeded in scoring in their previous 23 matches before Monday.

France is the last two points in the block. It will next face the home crowd in Austria as the League of Nations continues in September.

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Austria is two points ahead of France, so with a loss France would fall to the B-series, where Finland, among others, is currently playing.

France will not be much comforted even in the draw, as in the last match it will face Denmark, which is currently leading the field.

Head coach of France Didier Deschamps varied lineup in all matches, but two points out of four matches are still hardly satisfying.

“June was a difficult month in light of the results. We didn’t have as much energy or strength as our opponents, ”Deschamps told Reuters.

“Our self-confidence fell a little along the way, but most of us lacked fresh. It’s really hard to play so many matches.”

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