France will face England for a place in the quarterfinals of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The reigning world champions beat Poland 3-1 with a brace from Kylian Mbappe. England did the same by thrashing Senegal 3-0 and still did not fall to African teams in the World Cup. The match is played on Saturday, December 10.
Although for some moments they struggled, France was more decisive in front of goal, which makes them one of the favorites of the tournament. Olivier Giroud’s goals do not surprise Karim Benzema. On the side of the English, Harry Kane scored his first goal in the present World Cup against Senegal.
Where to watch France vs. England?
For Latin America, the match will be broadcast through the DirecTV Sports signal. For Spain through the signals of RTVE, DAZN and Gol Mundial. You can also follow all the incidents of the match in El Comercio.
France advanced to the quarterfinals after beating Poland 3-1.
While England defeated Senegal 3-0. In this way both European squads continue to compete for the title of world champion.
The duel looks to be attractive because both teams arrive with scoring elements.
Kylian Mbappé is the top scorer of Qatar 2022 where he registers five goals, his teammate Olivier Giroud has three.
While England’s net breakers are Bukayo Saka three and Marcus Rashford, both with three.
When and where to watch the England vs France match?
Saturday, December 10
England vs France
Broadcast: Sky, (free-to-air TV to be defined)
France and England will give us one of the most interesting matches of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, as they will be measured this Saturday, December 10 from 2:00 (Peruvian time) for the quarterfinals. Both arrive motivated after having easily drawn their rivals in the knockout stages, where they dispatched Poland and Senegal, respectively.
France comes to this instance having finished leader of Group D, where, despite its defeat in the last date against Tunisia, it finished as leader of its zone. Thus, he met Poland in the knockout stages.
In that instance they had no problems to leave the Poles on the road, who suffered the offensive power led by Kylian Mbappé, Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann and Ousmame Dembélé. In this way, the ‘Gallito’ took the victory by 3-1.