France sweeps via Kazakhstan and qualifies for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Paris: the French national football team has qualified for the World Cup to be played in Qatar next year after the big 8-0 victory over Kazakhstan on Saturday night in the ninth round of Group D qualifying for the World Cup, which also saw Finland win over Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 / .1 The goals of the French team, Kylian Mbappe , scored four goals (Super hat-trick) in the sixth, 12th, 32nd and 87th minutes, Karim Benzema (two goals) in the 55th and 59th minutes, Adrien Rabiot in the 75th minute and Antoine Griezmann in the 84th minute from a penalty. The French team raised its score to 15 points in top of the standings, four points behind his closest rivals, while the Kazakhstan team’s balance came to three points in last fifth place. There was no time to feel the pulse, as the French team passed in advantage in the sixth minute when Karim Benzema passed the ball to Theo Hernandez on the left inside thearea penalty to pass it to Kylian Mbappe, who fired in brings . Just six minutes after the first goal, the French side scored the second goal as France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris started a counterattack as he quickly threw the ball at Kingsley Coman to knock goalkeeper Stas Pokatilov off his line in an attempt to stop Koeman, who dodged him and passed the ball to Mbappe, who fired into the empty goal. The pressure of the French team in search of the third goal continues to ensure progress, while the Kazakh team withdrew to midfield and aimed to narrow the spaces so as not to receive a third goal. Despite attempts by the French side, play was limited to midfield until the 32nd minute, which saw the French side score the third goal when Koeman passed a cross which Mbappe met with an elaborate header. in brings. At 34 ‘the first dangerous attempts of the Kazakh team are recorded when Erikin Tabalov crosses from Oralkhan Umirtaev’s cross who hits his head, but Lloris leads and saves. The remainder of the first half passed without news, before the referee whistled the last word, with France advancing 3-0. With the start of the second half, the French team intensified their attacking attempts in search of scoring more goals, in amid an unjustified withdrawal of Kazakhstan players. And in the 55th minute, the French team scored the fourth goal when Theo Hernandez penetrated the ball and passed it to Karim Benzema inside thearea of six yards to hit a powerful ball in brings. Four minutes later, the French team scored their fifth goal when Karim Benzema struck a powerful ball in brings. The French team nearly scored a sixth goal in the 64th minute when Maxat Taikinov, a player of the Kazakh national team, headed a cross played inside thearea penalty, but his ball changed direction towards the goal and hit the right post. Play was limited to midfield until the 75th minute, which saw the French side score the sixth goal when Antoine Griezmann played a corner kick which Adrien Rabiot went up and met with a header in brings. In the 82nd minute, the referee awarded the French team a penalty after Vladislav Vasiliev blocked Griezmann inside thearea penalty and Griezmann scored the seventh goal for the French team in 84. Three minutes later, the French team scored the eighth goal when Kylian Mbappe met a Moussa Diaby pass with a powerful shot that hugged his ball. . The remainder of the game passed without news before the referee whistled at the end of the game, with the French winning 8-0 and qualifying for the next World Cup. In the second game, Finland beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 3/1. Marcus Fors scored the goal in the 29th minute, Robin Lode in the 51st minute and Daniel Ochaugensi in the 73rd minute, while Luka Minalo scored the goal for Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 69th minute. The match saw the expulsion of Juka. Ritala, the Finland player, scored in the 37th minute, and the Finland team raised the score to 11 points in second place, and the Bosnian team’s balance stopped at seven points in fourth and last place. (Dpa)

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