"The Euro, it will be something else," promised the coach of the Blues Didier Deschamps, after the little flamboyant success (1-0) Wednesday in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
A qualifying match for the World Cup-2022 played under "special conditions", he further emphasizes.
After a sluggish draw against Ukraine (1-1) last Wednesday and a not really flamboyant success in Kazakhstan (2-0) on Sunday, the Blues have chained a third meeting in a row in eight days without much brilliance.
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"We played badly but we won with the state of mind, it's something we can rely on," commented goalkeeper and captain Hugo Lloris, author of a superb parade in the first period. "There will be times like today when it will not be a good game, but the most important is to take the three points", added the striker Griezmann. No matter the way, the world champions know how to get by when their legs are weighed down by long journeys, and their soldier "Grizou", already a scorer last week, is one of those who never despair.