France played against Swaziland in eufa euro cup competition yesterday. Swaziland score there first goal at the beginning of first half before karim benzema equalized the goal on the second half.
The france manager used 3-4-1-2 formation against Swaziland and this formation costed them alot.
They played with three central backs and this exposed their defence to the opponents allowing them to create more scoring chances.
The formation did not allow Paul Pogba to shoot his long passes because he was playing in the defensive midfield role together with Ngo'lo kante.
Another mistake that costed France alot when playing against Swaziland was that the manager did include his skillful wingers in the starting line up. Players such as Coman did not start the game and this affected France results negatively.
Most of the chances created in the midfield were unused because the wingers were not their to deliver crosses to the strikers.France were knockout of the competition because of this two mistakes.
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