Mbappé whistled, Blues who “do not impress”… the press not convinced by the Blues

After a lackluster performance by the French team against Chile (3-2 victory) during the friendly match Tuesday evening at the Vélodrome stadium, several media are holding back the Blues who “do not impress” and whistles at the against Kylian Mbappé.

“Double bad news for France.” Despite a 3-2 success against Chile on Tuesday evening during a friendly match at the Vélodrome stadium, the French team failed to convince the international press, which instead focused on defensive fragility and whistles against by Kylian Mbappé.

The newspaper The Team speaks however of a match “a little more serious” in comparison with the 2-0 defeat against Germany but immediately qualifies: “Without shining, conceding two more goals, the Blues painfully beat Chile in the cold of Marseilles.” A feeling shared by The Parisianwho adds that the Blues “do not erase doubts”: “Defensively, passivity will have cost four goals in two games.”

A match with “very few highlights”

Abroad, this French team has not made a strong impression either. AS notes that in addition, the performance was coupled with several injuries: “A friendly match without consequences, a match in the middle of the most decisive period of the season, a match without rhythm, turned out to be a double bad news for France, despite their 3-2 victory over Chile. Camavinga was injured in the first half with a sprained ankle, just like Clauss a few minutes earlier with groin discomfort. This victory will not fail to have consequences at club level.”

The Madrid newspaper, just like Brandnote of the “resounding” whistles to welcome Kylian Mbappé “which remind him that he will play on Sunday as an opponent in the PSG jersey”. For his part, Daily Mail notes an unexciting match, with “very few highlights”: “France, one of the favorites of the European Championship this summer, seemed deprived of a clear plan of attack, was often hesitant in defense and lacked precision and speed in the final third of the field.”

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The Blues in “struggle”

Same story among the Germans of Kicker, who recall that after the defeat against the Mannschaft, the Blues “are still struggling to win against Chile”. More factual, La Gazzetta dello Sport only notes a French team, vice-world champion, but which once again “started badly” against its evening opponent.

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