The last 16 of the European Football Championship kicks off at the Estadio Spirale with France taking on Belgium. France won 1-0 in a tight match filled with intensity, drama and controversy. Let’s take a closer look at the highlights and key moments of this thrilling encounter.

From the start, it was clear that this match was going to be a tight one. France dominated with 56% of possession, showing off their pinpoint passing with 92% accuracy and 19 shots on goal. Despite having a low ball possession rate of 44%, Belgium held firm with a passing accuracy of 89% and managed 5 shots on goal. The statistics alone set the stage for an exciting game.

In the first half, the two teams fought fiercely for control. France’s ruthless attack repeatedly put Belgium’s defense to the test. The French midfield, led by the talented N’Golo Kante, kept the pressure on. However, it was no easy feat for Belgium, with Kevin De Bruyne’s orchestrated counterattack keeping the French defense on their toes.

The battle between the two sides became more intense in the second half, with both sides hoping to break the deadlock. In the 70th minute, Antoine Griezmann’s cross finally achieved a breakthrough. Initially credited to France’s Randall Kolo Mouani, replays showed the ball deflected off Belgium’s Jan Vertonghen, resulting in an own goal. The controversy did little to dampen France’s celebrations, although it did spark heated discussion among fans and pundits alike.

45th minute: Belgium’s best chance in the first half came before the end, when Lukaku’s header was saved brilliantly by Lori.
60th minute: France nearly scores as Paul Pogba’s thunderous shot hits the crossbar.
70 minutes: The decisive goal – Griezmann’s cross, Kolo Mouani’s introduction and Vertonghen’s unfortunate deflection – gives France the lead.
85th minute: Belgium’s last-minute attack saw Hazard’s shot narrowly miss the post, much to the relief of the French fans.

At the end of the game, France celebrated a hard-earned victory while Belgium began to ponder what might have been. France head coach Didier Deschamps praised the team’s perseverance and tactical discipline. “We knew it was going to be a tough game, but the kids showed great character,” he said. Belgium’s Roberto Martinez, on the other hand, expressed his disappointment but remains hopeful. “It was a tough loss but we will learn from it and come back stronger.”

Who scored in the match between France and Belgium?

The goal was initially thought to have been scored by French player Randal Kolo Muani, but was later deemed an own goal by Belgian player Jan Vertonghen.

What is the final score of the match between France and Belgium?

In the end, the French team won 1-0.

Where will the France vs Belgium match be held?

The competition is held at the Estadio Spirale.

How many shots did the French team and the Belgian team shoot in total during the game?

The French team took 19 shots and the Belgian team took 5 shots.

What are the ball possession statistics of France and Belgium?

France had 56% of the ball and Belgium had 44%.

What is the passing accuracy of the two teams?

France’s passing accuracy is 92%, while Belgium’s is 89%.

Was it Randall Kolo Muani or Jan Vertonghen who scored the goal?

The goal was officially an own goal by Jan Vertonghen, although it was initially attributed to Randall Kolo Muani.

The match between France and Belgium at the Estadio Spillale was the perfect start to the last 16 of the European Football Championship. and high risk. Both teams showed commendable skill and tenacity, but in the end France prevailed and moved one step closer to European glory. Fans can look forward to more thrilling encounters and unforgettable moments as the event progresses. Stay tuned and stay tuned for football!

By Robin

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