France shows its strength and conquers Ukraine with seven

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The French national team showed its strength in a meeting with its Ukrainian guest and swept it 7-1, as part of the FIFA International Day matches on Wednesday, as part of the teams’ preparations for the resumption of the European Football League Championship.

The French team (the 2018 World Cup champion) advanced with an early goal by Eduardo Camavinga in the ninth minute, before Olivier Giroud added the second and third goals in the 24th and 34th minutes.

France’s fourth goal came through friendly fire after Ukraine defender Vitaly Mykolitko scored a counter-goal in the 39th minute. At the same time, his teammate, Viktor Tsygankov, narrowed the difference by scoring a Ukraine goal in the 53rd minute.

And soon, the French team returned to control the meeting again, after Corentin Tolisso and Kylian Mbappe scored the fifth and sixth goals in the 65th and 82nd minutes, and Antoine Griezmann concluded the seventh in the 89th minute.

France is preparing to meet its Portuguese guest, then its Croatian host, on the 11th and 14th of this month, respectively, in Group Three in the first division of the European Nations League.

France is second in the group with 6 points, on goal difference behind the Portuguese national team, which holds the lead and holds the title of the first edition of the tournament.

On the other hand, Ukraine will play with its host Germany and Spain on the 10th and 13th of the same month, respectively, in Group D of the First Division, led by Spain.