A month after the successful performance delivered by the France team against Switzerland, Didier Deschamps could renew a three-way defense against Belgium on Thursday.
Particularly sluggish against Bosnia (1-1) then Ukraine (1-1), the France team ended its September triptych on a high note. It was certainly only Finland, but the Blues had been much more attractive against the Nordic team, winning 2-0 at the end of a successful performance.
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The association between Antoine Griezmann, repositioned at the heart of the game, and Karim Benzema had worked well and the three defense aligned by Didier Deschamps had also been convincing, especially on his sides where Theo Hernandez had bluffed his world for his first selection.
This service seems to have convinced Didier Deschamps. According to RMC Sport, the French coach intends to renew the same defensive pattern against Belgium on Thursday in the semifinals of the Nations League. This is what emerges from the tests carried out since the start of the rally at Clairefontaine.
In defense Presnel Kimpembe, Raphaël Varane and Kurt Zouma could be renewed unless Lucas Hernandez is refocused to leave his place in the left lane to his brother Theo.