Football Review: France vs Switzerland


France have some talented attacking players of world class and they have created a lot of scoring opportunities in the last few matches. Les Blues can also be very dangerous on the counter-attack if they are behind and this is a team that has scored a lot of goals in knock-out matches at the last two major tournaments, Euro 2016 and World Cup 2018.

France vs Switzerland

Verdict  France - Euro 2020-2021 

The knockout round at Euro 2020-21 has already taken place and world champions France are still seen as strong contenders for the title even though they are in a tougher draw. The blues will be quite comfortable in the round of 16 with only Switzerland, but coach Didier Deschamps will want his side to perform in matches in a stronger style than they have shown. despite topping Group F.

A win over Germany in Munich cemented France's position in their group, but since then coach Didier Deschamps's side have drawn with Hungary and Portugal in Budapest and the motivation to win hasn't really been the biggest for them. . Winning the top spot in Group F made a match in the round of 16 relatively easier for Mbappe and his teammates than group stage rivals like Germany and Portugal, but France still has a lot to offer. Something to improve if they want to reach the 2nd consecutive Euro match.

Verdict Switzerland - Euro 2020-2021  

It would be a shame if a team got 4 points and didn't make it to the round of 16 of the European Championship in its current format and Switzerland managed to get through that as one of the 3rd place teams. have the best track record. Coach Vladimir Petkovic's teachers and students will have a very difficult match in the round of 16 against France if they want to make history by winning the knockout match at the continental tournament for the first time.

In fact, Switzerland have not won a knockout round in any major tournament since the 1938 World Cup and they are also the weaker team in the group stage when behind Italy and Wales in the World Cup. Group A. A draw with Wales and a heavy defeat against Italy in Rome put coach Vladimir Petkovic's teachers and students under a lot of pressure, but an impressive performance from the amulet named Xherdan Shaqiri helped them beat Turkey Turkey and advanced to the round of 16.