90+3' End of match
The match ends at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki. FRANCE WON AND LEFT FINLAND WITH NO CHANCE OF CHANCES TO GO TO THE WORLD CUP! Didier Deschamps' men finish the qualifiers undefeated.
90' Additional time
86' Substitution in France
82' Doble cambio en Finlandia
80' GREAT SAVE BY HRADECKY!
76' GOOOAL for France!
72' Substitution in Finland
67' Substitution in France
66' GOOOOOAL for France!
64' Finland substitution
60' Change the story for Finland!
58' France came close
57' Double substitution in France
50' Quiet start to the second half
Second half begins
45' End of first half
44' Finland came closer
40' Last five minutes
33' Finland came closer
30' Finland came closer
29' France came closer
25' France had it!
20' The score remains 0-0
15' First quarter of the match
11' France came close
9' Yellow card
5' France had a chance!
Teams on the field!
Substitutes - France
16. Benoit Costil (GK), 23. Alphonse Aréola (GK), 02. Benjamin Pavard, 05. Clément Lenglet, 06. Jordan Veretout, 09. Wissam Ben Yedder, 11. Kinsgley Coman, 12. Leo Dubois, 13. N'Golo Kanté, 17. Matteo Guendouzi, 19. Karim Benzema, 21. Luca Hernández, 22. Theo Hernández.
Starting XI - France
| 20. Moussa Diaby | 10. Kylian Mbappé |
Coach: Didier Deschamps
Substitutes - Finland
12. Jesse Joronen (GK), 23. Carljohan Eriksson (GK), 02. Paulus Arajuuri, 04. Joona Toivio, 05. Miro Tenho, 07. Robert Taylor, 09. Fredrik Jensen, 13. Albin Granlund, 14. Onni Valakari, 19. Marcus Forss, 20. Joel Pohjanpalo, 22. Ilmari Niskanen.
Starting XI - Finland
| 19. Jere Uronen | | 21. Niko Hämäläinen |
Coach: Markku Kanerva
Assistant No.1: Alessandro Giallatini - Italy
Assistant No.2: Fabiano Preti - Italy
Cuarto árbitro: Giovanni Ayroldi - Italy
VAR: Paolo Valeri - Italy
Assistant VAR: Maurizio Mariani - Italy
Last five matches - France
November 13 - WC Qualifiers: 8-0 vs Kazakhstan (Won)
October 10 - UEFA Nations League: 1-2 vs Spain (Won)
October 7 - UEFA Nations League: 2-3 vs Belgium (Won)
September 7 - WC Qualifiers: vs Finland (Won)
September 4 - WC Qualifiers: 1-1 vs Ukraine
Last five matches - Finland
November 13 - WC Qualifiers: 1-3 vs Bosnia and Herzegovina (Won)
October 12 - WC Qualifiers: 0-2 vs Kazakhstan (Won)
October 9 - WC Qualifiers: 1-2 vs Ukraine (Lost)
September 7 - WC Qualifiers: 2-0 vs France (Lost)
September 4 - WC Qualifiers: 1-0 vs Kazakhstan (Won)
Squad List - France
Squad List - Finland
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Key player - France
In the French team, the presence of Kylian Mbappé stands out. The talented player has just had a phenomenal performance against Kazakhstan, scoring four goals and every time he proves that he is the new great star of the French national team.
Key player - Finland
In the Finnish team, Teemu Pukki stands out, a striker who with all his experience shows how valuable he is, also contributing with his goal quota to keep the team excited about going to the World Cup.
History - Finland vs France
In total, these two teams have met ten times. The numbers largely favor the French, who emerged victorious on nine occasions, while the Finns in the remaining match.
Speaking only of World Cup qualification, they have met on seven occasions, all of them victories for France.
France, with the objective achieved
The French team arrives to this game much calmer after the weekend's drubbing against Kazakhstan to secure their place in the World Cup in Qatar 2022. However, they will be judges of Finland's fate, so Didier Deschamps' team will want to compete to motivate the definition of the playoff qualifier.
Finland wants to make the playoffs
Finland comes to this match motivated after a very important victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina, which allows them to still dream of fighting for a place in the playoffs, taking into account that France has already secured its presence in the World Cup, being the winner of this zone.
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