The match in Rotterdam between the Netherlands and France took place relatively openly. In the second minute, the Dutchman made the first goal. Memphis Depay broke right and entered. Georginio Wijnaldum finished in a comfortable position at 11m but the ball found the right spot for goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
Minutes later, France also responded with a header from Antoine Griezmann. The end of the attack the attacker had made goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen fight to save him.
The pace of the game was maintained at a high level but also at the end of the first half, Wijnaldum capitalized on the mistakes of the defending World Cup champions, opening the scoring for the Netherlands.
|Former Manchester United player – Depay has a very good game. Photo: Getty.|
In the second half, Didier Deschamps had a few changes but the French game still hasn't improved much.
Gol Lloris has been many times before the final phase of Depay, Wijnaldum or Frenkie de Jong.
And again, the "orange whirlwind" got a goal when the match ended. In the sixth minute, Moussa Sissoko fouled De Jong in the penalty area. Depay was the one who made the 11m hurdle and he hit the Lloris "Panenka" type.
With this victory, the Netherlands has 6 points after 3 matches and continues to increase hopes of winning tickets to the semifinals. Meanwhile, France completes a trip in the group stage with 7 points after 4 matches.
The result also means that the Netherlands indirectly pushed Germany to receive a ticket to the relegation zone in Group A League when Germany only have one point after three matches.
Netherlands: Cillessen; Dumfries, De Ligt, Van Dijk, Blind; De Roon, De Jong, Wijnaldum (Vihena 89 & # 39;); Bergwijn (Promos 86 & # 39;), Depay, Babel (Ake 90 & # 39;)
French: Lloris; Pavard, Varane, Kimpembe, Digne; Kante, Nzonzi (Ndombele 81 & # 39;), Matuidi (Sissoko 65 & # 39;); Griezmann, Mbappe, Giroud (Dembele 65 & # 39;)