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World Cup: Marcus Thuram back in training


The day after his absence against Tunisia, the striker of the Blues participated normally in the (light) session of this Thursday.

Even without consequence on the qualification or the first place of the group D, a defeat remains a defeat, and the next day is never easy for the losing team.

In this case France, beaten Thursday by Tunisia (0-1).

Hence a rather light session for the Blues.

In particular the 10 holders in the field against the Tunisians who had the right to an à la carte scrubbing, between cycling at a moderate pace or light jogging with the physical trainer Cyril Moine, then a stretching and care session with the physios.

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Main news of the day, Marcus Thuram, who had not been able to play Thursday due to gastric concerns, ran with those who had played the day before then high-intensity races with Cyril Moine.

A priori, there is no possible doubt as to his complete recovery by next Sunday and the round of 16 against Poland (4:00 p.m.).

For their part, the three goalkeepers worked with Franck Raviot, before Alphonse Aréola and Hugo Lloris joined the 10 players who had little - like Kylian Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann - or not played for a reduced game very rhythmic and very disputed.

These ten players had previously completed a warm-up and technical exercises, all with the ball, under the guidance of Guy Stéphan.

The session ended with a punching and stretching session.

In short, in summary, a calm and uneventful day for the Blues, their heads already turned towards Poland by Robert Lewandowski

Source: lefigaro

All sports articles on 2022-12-01

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