Mercato Day presents to you broadcast live To watch the France-Switzerland match in the Euro 2020 final price, in today’s matches, Monday, 6/28-2021.
The France-Switzerland match will be held at the Arena Nazionale in Bucharest, Romania, in the presence of fans, and as usual for the rest of the matches, it is expected that the presence of the original fans will be scarce on the part of the two teams due to the difficulty of movement due to the conditions of the spread of the Corona virus.
qualified France national team To the last eight from first place in Group F with 5 points, while Switzerland advanced to the round of 16 of Group A as the best third-placed team after collecting 4 points.
The whistle for the start of the France-Switzerland match will be heard by the Argentine referee, Fernando Rapallini, at 19:00 GMT, 21:00 Egypt time, 22:00 Saudi time, 23:00 Oman time.
It broadcasts a live broadcast of the match between France and Switzerland in the championship Euro 2020, on BN Sports Max 1 and 2, with the voice of Yemeni sports commentator “Hassan Al-Aidarous”, and it is also transmitted free of charge on the German channel ZDF HD, and TRT 1 HD in Turkey.
History of confrontations between France and Switzerland
The friendly character dominated the matches of France and Switzerland, where the first page of the direct confrontation book between them witnessed 18 friendly matches, starting from 1905 to 1955.
The French team won 9 matches, compared to 6 victories for Switzerland national team, while it dominated the tie on 3 occasions.
The European qualifiers for the 1960 Rome Olympics witnessed the first official matches between France and Switzerland, where they faced each other in two matches, in which the blues won 2-1 and 1-0.
After that, the two teams played 3 friendly matches, in 1986, 1992 and 2003, Switzerland won twice in a row, while France won the third match.
From 2003 to 2016, all matches between France and Switzerland were official, as they met in the group stage of the Euro 2004 tournament, and the roosters won 3-1, and in Euro 2016 the two teams tied 0-0.
They included two matches in the 2006 World Cup qualifiers, and the two matches ended in a negative tie once, and a positive tie once.
France fell with Switzerland in the same group in the 2006 World Cup Germany, which ended in a 0-0 draw. The two teams were also in one group in the 2014 World Cup Brazil, and France won five goals to two.
France 3-3 Switzerland
Switzerland win on penalties 5-4
Arena Nacional Stadium (Bucharest, Romania)
Euro 2020 (final price)
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France starting lineup today
Kimpembe – Varane – Lenglet
Adrien Rabiot – N’Golo Kante – Paul Pogba – Bavargue
Kylian Mbappe – Karim Benzema
Switzerland starting lineup today
Elvede – Akanji – Rodriguez
Zuber – Granit Shaka – Friuler – Vidmir
Imbulo – Seferovic
Summary of the match between France and Switzerland
1 minute | The whistle starts the match.
5th minute | France dominates the match, and Switzerland is trying to absorb the enthusiasm of the French.
15th minute | A shocking goal for the Swiss national team, Seferovic, with an exemplary header, after a successful exploitation of poor coverage from Barcelona defender Lenglet.
15th minute | Zuber crossed the cross that came from Switzerland’s goal, to raise his score to 4 assists. But he should thank Lenglet who did not jump and seemed lost in his dealings with Seferovic.
20th minute | A great deal of French players rush to deal with the balls that reach them at the borders of the Swiss penalty area.
30th minute | Yellow card for France defender Raphael Varane.
minute 32 | Yellow card for Switzerland and Borussia Moenchengladbach defender Elvede.
40th minute | French field control without danger to the Swiss goal
45th minute | The whistle at the end of the first half came amid an absolutely unusual confusion from the France team, which played a different game plan than the one that it played in its past three matches.
Take a break and we’ll come back to you in the second half to continue covering the match.
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46th minute | A first change at the beginning of the second half for France to go down Kingsley Coman instead of the disastrous player Lenglet.
53rd minute | Awwwwwwwww… Argentine referee Fernando Rabelinha decides to go to the mouse technique because he suspects that there is an obstruction inside the penalty area against the Swiss player from the French defender.
55th minute | Penalty kick in favor of Switzerland .. and Ricardo Rodriguez for execution
55th minute | France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris brilliantly saves the penalty by extending his right arm to the far right corner to clear the parked slow ball and then rise to catch it..
56th minute | Hugo Lloris shouts at his France teammates and asks them to play more dynamic on the front lines and turn the score around.
57th minute | France’s quick attack.
57th minute | Gooooooooooooooooool.. Karim Benzema scored the 1-1 equalizer after a pass from Mbappe, thanks to which he was singled out by goalkeeper Zomir.
59th minute | Woooooooooooooooooooooooool..Remontadaaaaaaaaaa!!!! Karim Benzema scored a goal, France advanced 1/2 by following up on Mbappe’s shot, which was blocked by goalkeeper Zomer, who headed the Real Madrid star into the net.
62nd minute | Yellow card for Switzerland’s Ricardo Rodriguez.
73rd minute | Two changes in Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic’s squad, the departure of Gavranovic and Kevin Mbabo in place of Shaqiri and Videmir.
75th minute | Gooooooooooooooooooool..Paul Pogba scores the third goal for France with a wonderful arc shot from outside the Swiss penalty area that hugged the left scissors of Zomer’s goal.
76th minute | Yellow card for Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka.
79th minute | Two new changes in the ranks of Switzerland, with the arrival of Wassnacht and Ruben Vargas, in place of Tauber and Embolo.
81st minute | Gooooooooooooooooo… Seferovic adds the second goal to the Swiss team with another beautiful header after receiving a cross from Mbabo to become 2/3.
87th minute | A recent change in the ranks of Switzerland with the arrival of Admir Mohammadi in place of Ricardo Rodriguez.
88th minute | Moussa Sissoko, France’s second change today, after coming on for Antoine Griezmann.
88th minute | Yellow card for the brilliant France winger during the second half, Kingsley Coman.
90th minute | Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooool, a reverse remontada from Switzerland…unbelievable!!! The Swiss tied with France 3/3!! Thanks to the substitute player Gavranovic who received a pass from Granit Xhaka and hit it on the far right Hugo Lloris brilliantly!
90th minute | The referee adds five minutes of lost time
96th minute | Nothing new to mention, the whistle at the end of the second half and the match tied 3/3!!
We now move on to additional runs of 30 minutes, 15 minutes and 15 minutes. If the tie continues, the two teams will take penalty kicks.
90th minute | The whistle started the first overtime period of the France-Switzerland match.
91st minute | Yellow card for France defender Benjamin Bavard.
95th minute | A change in France with the arrival of Olivier Giroud in place of Karim Benzema .. a strange change!
97th minute | A new change in the ranks of Switzerland with the arrival of Char in place of the star of the match Seferovic.
108th minute | Yellow card for Switzerland defender Akanji.
111th minute | A new change in the ranks of France with the arrival of Marcus Thuram in place of Kingsley Coman due to the latter’s injury.
120 min | The whistle at the end of the second overtime period .. and missed opportunities from the unlucky Mbappe today!
Gavranovic – scores for Switzerland.
Pogba – scores successfully for France.
Char – scores successfully for Switzerland.
Olivier Giroud – scores successfully for France.
Akanji – scores successfully for Switzerland.
Marcus Thuram – scores successfully for France.
Ruben Vargas – scores successfully for Switzerland (Loris almost saved it with the palm of the hand, but it was strong).
Kimpembe – scores successfully for France.
Admir Mohammadi – scores successfully for Switzerland to advance 5-4تقدم
Kylian Mbappe misses the last kick with a superb save by Swiss goalkeeper Zomer, and the celebrations begin!
Switzerland defeats France 4/5 by a penalty shootout, and qualifies for the quarter-final match against Spain.