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France, Belgium 1-0 to advance to quarterfinals

France beat Belgium 1-0 in the round of 16 at Düsseldorf Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany, on the 2nd (Korea time). France, which has won the Euro tournament twice (1984, 2000), will continue its challenge to win for the third time in 24 years.

France’s quarterfinal opponent is Portugal, which won 3-0 on penalties after drawing 0-0 in extra time against Slovenia in the round of 16.

As a result, Kylian Mbappe (Real Madrid) will face Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nasr), who he considers his best idol, for a ticket to the semifinals of the tournament.

France, which won hard and sweat on the day, also recorded a rare record of advancing to the round of 16 without a single field goal in four matches, including three group matches and the round of 16.

France had one win and two draws in Group D (1-0 against Austria, 0-0 against the Netherlands, 1-1 against Poland), and both Austria and Poland scored their own goals.

The same happened on the same day. Randal Kolo Muani of Paris Saint-Germain deflected off Belgian central defender Jan Vertonghen’s knee, scored an own goal and advanced to the quarterfinals with zero field goals for four consecutive games.

According to Opta, a statistical expert, France has won five goals in all-time Euro tournaments, ranking first in this category.

Following the elimination of the 2022 Qatar World Cup group stage, Belgium suffered the defeat of elimination in the round of 16, effectively ending the “golden generation.”토토사이트 모음

Romelu Lukaku (AS Roma), a striker who led Belgium to the quarterfinals at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the semifinals at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, ended the tournament without a goal, while Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City), a key player in the midfield, only scored one goal. Vertonghen felt bad about his own goal in the round of 16.

France led the team with 55.1 percent of the ball possession rate and 19-5 shootings, but it lacked decisiveness and played a frustrating game. France ended up disrupting the balance in the 40th minute of the second half. Moani’s right footed shot near the right side deflected off Vertonghen’s left knee, which blocked the team from moving forward, and the goal was scored as the final goal.

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