There is nothing dramatic.
Tuesday evening, Didier Deschamps wanted to be optimistic about the chances of Karim Benzema to play the first match of the Blues at the Euro against Germany (June 15). Earlier in the evening, the coach had, like the lucky 5,000 present at the Stade de France, a cold sweat watching his player down and grimacing, unable to resume his place against the Bulgarians (3-0). The top of his right knee strongly sore by a shock with an opponent, the Madrilenian had to leave the lawn before the break. Head down and the gauge of frustration to the max, his desire to make up for lost time - five and a half years all the same - upset, as incidentally his desire to score again in the selection after his missed opportunities against the Welsh (a penalty postponed , a shot on the post).
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