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DIRECT. World Cup news: Neymar has "a chance to come back", D-Day for the Blues


After spraining his ankle, the Seleçao striker showed all his determination to recover from his injury, in a mess

The essential

  • Match day for the France team.

    The Blues challenge Denmark at 5 p.m. in Doha.

  • In the group of Tricolores, Australia and Tunisia have an appointment from 11 am.

  • Saudi Arabia has an opportunity to confirm against Poland.

    The poster of the day: Argentina-Mexico.


England shine US defense

The 0-0 is fashionable in Qatar and even the USA have gotten into it.

The United States had never played a goalless match at a World Cup.

Team USA's last clean sheet dates back to 1950. 72 years earlier, England had already been unable to score.


The program of the day

Blues, Messi under pressure and Saudis in confidence: here is the program for this Saturday, November 26.

  • 11 a.m.: Tunisia - Australia (beIN)

  • 2 p.m.: Poland v Saudi Arabia (beIN)

  • 5 p.m.: France - Denmark (beIN, TF1)

  • 8 p.m.: Argentina - Mexico (beIN, TF1)


Neymar has "a chance to come back"

The Seleçao striker suffered from a sprained right ankle but he was not defeated.

The echoes report a return for the round of 16 of the World Cup.

The Parisian is determined to help his country.

“Today is one of the most difficult moments of my career … moreover in a World Cup, again, he wrote Friday on Instagram.

I have an injury yes, it's annoying, it will hurt but I'm sure I have a chance to come back because I will do my best to help my country, my partners and myself.

Waiting that long (the World Cup) for the enemy to shoot me down like that?




Hello everyone

Welcome to Le Parisien live to follow all the news of this new day of the World Cup.

This Saturday, it's the return of the Blues, opposed to Denmark at 5 p.m.!

Source: leparis

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