65 days have passed since the elimination of the Blues in the round of 16 of the Euro against Switzerland at the kickoff of this France – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Wednesday September 1 (8:45 p.m.) in Strasbourg. Didier Deschamps and his men resume the thread of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, which began at the end of March with a somewhat reassuring draw in Saint-Denis against Ukraine (1-1), before two successes without rhinestones in Kazakhstan (0-2) and in Bosnia (0-1).
Antoine Griezmann’s goal on the hour mark on the lawn of the Grbavica stadium in Sarajevo allows the reigning world champions to calmly approach the rest of these qualifications. With 7 points, the Blues occupy the 1st place in group D – the only directly qualifying – with 4 lengths ahead of the Ukrainians (also three matches); the Finns have 2 points in two games, the Bosnians and the Kazakhs 1.
There are five games left on the program on the road to Qatar between now and Tuesday, November 16, including three in this return: Bosnia, therefore, Ukraine in Kiev to take a decisive step on Saturday September 3 (8:45 p.m.) and Finland on Tuesday. September 7 (8:45 p.m.) in Lyon. Kazakhstan will remain in France on November 13 (8:45 p.m.) before Finland to conclude.
The first two parts of this September triptych are to be watched on television on M6. On RTL, find Éric Silvestro and Giovanni Castaldi from 8:40 pm Wednesday September 1 and from 8:00 pm Saturday September 4; comments will be provided by Philippe Sanfourche and Nicolas Georgereau live from Strasbourg and then from Kiev.
Robert Pirès will deliver his analysis at the end of the 8am newspaper the day and the day after the matches. Finally, RTL.fr will offer you a live commentary from 7.45 p.m. for the announcement of the compositions from France and Bosnia.
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