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"World Cup: the Blues on a walk to happiness"

2022-12-14T22:05:25.358Z


The editorial of Le Figaro, by Yves Thréard, deputy editor. The Atlas Lions did not eat the Gallic roosters! Far from the animal balance of power of the national emblems, Morocco did not succeed in thwarting the predictions which gave France the winner. At the end of an intense and close encounter, the experience of the Blues, led by an imperial Griezmann, got the better of a magnificent team. The popular enthusiasm which, from Rabat to Cairo and from Tuni


The Atlas Lions did not eat the Gallic roosters!

Far from the animal balance of power of the national emblems, Morocco did not succeed in thwarting the predictions which gave France the winner.

At the end of an intense and close encounter, the experience of the Blues, led by an imperial Griezmann, got the better of a magnificent team.

The popular enthusiasm which, from Rabat to Cairo and from Tunis to Doha, pushed the North African formation was not enough to transform hope into victory.

However, a match is not won in the stands or in the bars.

The result is disputed on the field, eleven against eleven.

Football remains a party

Nevertheless, this edition of the World Cup allowed an African nation to play its first planetary semi-final.

His career has made the pride of a people and, by proxy, of an entire continent.

Neither of them counts, of course, to stop there.

The day of triumph will come, so many talents are legion across the Mediterranean.

In the meantime, football remains a party.

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Source: lefigaro

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