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France - Spain: still no title for the Blues outclassed by La Roja, the match summary

France bowed to the occasion of the final of the League of Nations against à Spain this Wednesday, February 28 (0-2) after a match largely dominated by Spain. by Roja. Les Bleues' record of success still remains blank.

France - Spain: still no title for the Blues outclassed by La Roja, the match summary

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France - Spain: still no title for the Blues outclassed by La Roja, the match summary

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Spain outclasses France and wins the Nations League (2-0). The first huge chance of the game came in the 8th minute but Paralluelo's shot narrowly missed above the French goal after the match. s an excellent return from Amandine Henry. After this first thrill, La Roja will continue to insist on making Peyraud-Magnin and the Bleues bend. The French goalkeeper was also saved by her post shortly before the half-hour mark (26th). This was the last warning before the realization of this domination. Aitana Bonmati takes a strong cross from Olga Carmona and deceives Pauline Peyraud-Magnin, overwhelmed by the speed of execution (32nd). Just before returning to the locker room, Aleixandri is very close to giving the lead a break. his team but his header is deflected narrowly by Amandine Henry (45th+1). Coming back from the break, the Blues seem to come back with better intentions but La Roja will hurt Hervé's players very badly. Fox. Batlle is served in her corridor and center back towards Caldentey who does not need to be asked to give the break à his team (53rd). This second goal does not satisfy the Montserrat Tomé players. The Spaniards push to add a third goal but weaken little by little. small leaving opportunities for the Blues at the end of the match. This is unfortunately too fair to really worry the Spaniards who were well ahead this evening inflicting a new snub on the French women still deprived of title. 

21:00 – Still no title for France

The disappointment is all the greater after this France – Spain for Hervé's team Renard who was playing in his first continental final in the history of women's football. 

20 :55 – The immense disappointment of Hervé Renard

The Bleues coach stopped a few seconds at the microphone of W9 after this France – Spain. "Spain dominates world football and tonight it was the best team that won," Hervé Fox who seemed particularly disappointedçu.

For the first edition of the Women's Nations League, Spain won without trembling against the opposition. France in this final thanks to à goals from Bonmati and Caldentey. 

20:48 – Three minutes more (90')

Spain is à three short minutes from the coronation in this League of Nations. The Blues' dream will end barring a small miracle. 

20:45 – Time flies (89')

The first French coronation is getting further and further away while the regular time of this France – Spain is soon finished. 

20:43 – Hermoso leaves to a standing ovation (85')

The top scorer in the history of La Roja is replaced for the final moments of this France – Spain. Vicky Lopez replaces her. 

The Juventus goalkeeper throws herself in front of two Spaniards after this distilled ball. by Aleixandri who had made a call in the left corridor. 

20:39 – Le Sommer surprise (82')

Cascarino finds a brilliant pass behind the Spanish defense. Dufour then tries to find Le Sommer but the French attacker is surprised and misses her shot. 

20 :37 – Dali and De Almeida don't understand each other (80')

Another lost ball for the Blues. Dali provides offensive support and projects but cannot find De Almeida who had stopped. 

After more than an hour of waiting, the French are finally showing themselves to be dangerous in this France – Spain. De Almeida is at the far post and tries to take over with an unacademic volley but çit narrowly goes over Coll's cages. < /p>

20:33 – A double change for the Blues (76')

Hervé Renard makes a double change for the last quarter of an hour of this France – Spain. Bacha and Diani come out and are replaced by Dufour and Majri. 

20:31 – Paredes regains momentum ecirc;te (74')

What freedom? for the former Parisian on this corner. Irene Paredes regains her lead after being defeated left alone but Peyraud-Magnin wins in two stages. 

20:30 – A second& th change (72')

Athenea gives up her place in this France – Spain and is replaced; by Eva Navarro for the last 20 minutes of this Nations League final. 

20:28 – New yellow (71')

Tess Olofsson has a heavier hand at the end of France – Spain and distributes a new yellow card after a foul by Aleixandri.  

20:27 – Athenea misses her control (70')

La Roja takes advantage of the spaces left by the Bleues to try to punish on the counter but Athenea has a hard time and allows the return of Mbock. 

20:25 – A change for Spain (68')

Montserrat Tomé made a first change in this France – Spain. The first decisive passer Olga Carmona is replaced by Oihane. 

20:23 – Diani takes yellow (66')

The winger of the France team receives a yellow card after& There's a big sole on Codina Panedas. 

20:22 – Lots of waste ( 65')

Everything can go very quickly in football but this France – Spain is a long ordeal for the Blues who do not arrive from everything à find yourself. 

20:19 – Spain insists (62')

< p>Despite their lead of two goals, the Spaniards continue to push to put themselves even further ahead. shelter in this France – Spain. New corner &agrav; follow for La Roja. 

20:17 – Hour of play (60')

The equation is now very simple in this France – Spain. The Blues must give everything to try to cast doubt on La Roja, which leads by two goals and is getting closer to the coronation in this League of Nations. 

20:15 – Hervé Renard reacts (58')

The Blue coach is not waiting any longer to make a change in this France – Spain. Henry and Katoto give up their place to Cascarino and Dali. 

20:13 – Batlle warned (56')

The referee of this France – Spain issues the first warning of the evening after a foul in the match. delay of Batlle on Bacha. 

Another action of the Spanish school who continue to dominate the Blue in this France – Spain . The center back finds Caldente who succeeds in his goal. deceive Pauline Peyraud-Magnin with an unstoppable cross strike. 

20:06 – De Almeida d& evisse (49')

The defender of the France team inherits a poorly pushed ball but his shot is completely unscrewed and does not worry Coll. The Blues return with better intentions in this second act of France – Spain.  


Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116