The big victory won in Germany (1-0) is already forgotten.
This Saturday afternoon, the French team cracked under the heat of Budapest and the onslaught of the Hungarian team.
Pavard and Varane can quickly forget this meeting.
The attack will have to catch up if the Blues want to go to the end of this Euro 2021.
Beaten at close range by Fiola (45 + 2) on 1-0, the French captain could hardly have done better.
Before that, he had won on the few hot balls (11th, 16th), showing authority in front of Nikolics (30th) at the entrance to his surface.
His (very) long ball in depth (66th) brings the French equalizer.
The right side had a very complicated meeting, committing errors on his opponents (9th, 10th), earning him a warning.
But also errors in the placement, as on the goal of Fiola (45th + 2) where it is too short to play the duel.
A hot ball in front of the blocked area (51st) but he suffered in almost all the duels with Sallai.
As for Pavard, his first period is to be forgotten.
It offers a dangerous free kick to the Hungarians entry (4th).
On the opening of the scoring, Varane missed his exit on Sallai who could deviate towards Fiola, taking the Madrilenian of speed.
More authoritative when returning from the locker room (55th, 64th).
A warlike attitude throughout the match despite imprecision on the restart (4th, 40th).
He prevents Szalai (18th) from creating an opportunity, covers depth to protect Lloris (30th) or to block Loïc Nego (42nd).
He could have benefited from a penalty in added time.
Lucas Hernandez's replacement clearly provides valuable offensive help, like his perfect center for Mbappé (17th).
Very busy, the Everton side was not the most disappointing of the hot Hungarian afternoon.
The real “Pickaxe” got stuck in Munich.
The Mancunien did not have the same contribution and the flashes seen against Germany despite good intentions by the center (13th, 49th).
He gives way to Tolisso (76th).
The Chelsea midfielder gives off this incredible impression of constantly covering the entire field, tackling, recovering and even with the ball.
He was one of the first to land the game in the first half.
More erased in the second period but rarely caught failing.
Quite the opposite of his successful performance against Germany.
Too erased offensively, he also lacked aggression in the middle.
Replaced by Ousmane Dembélé (57th), who set fire to his first acceleration, concluded with a hook and a strike on the post (59th).
And then, not much more before going out, hit in the thigh, for Lemar (87th).
Completely upside down for more than an hour of play, Griezmann saves his performance by scoring the equalizer goal (66th) at close range for his 50th appearance in a row in Blue.
What to relieve him and find his senses after having wandered a good part of the match.
In the first period, a long ball for Mbappé (31st) offered the best French opportunity.
A number (1) 9 must be effective. This is all that was lacking in Benzema, author of a slightly soft first strike (14th) and, above all, of a missed opportunity, alone against Gulasci (31st), badly gauging his strike. His exchanges with Mbappé remain interesting. An exchange, verbal this one, tense with Griezmann (30th). Replaced by Giroud (76th), very discreet.
He was annoyed with the French performance for a long time. But he didn't give up. And it is in combat that he recovers a long ball from Lloris to then cross and bring the goal of Griezmann. Before the break, his superb recovery for Benzema in the box (31st) should have been decisive without the clumsiness of the Madrilenian. The Parisian propels a heavy strike from the left right into the gloves of Gulasci (82nd) that he could also have chosen to give to Giroud. His other points of improvement? The head game (18th, 21st) or free kicks (27th).