1-1 draw with Turkey on 14/10 made France unable to win tickets early for Euro 2020.
France 1-1 Turkey
Losing Turkey 0-2 in the first leg, France was determined to pay the debt to the opponent when pressed for 90 minutes. But the excellence of goalkeeper Mert Gunok and luck helped Turkey leave Stade de France with a point and maintain the top of Group H after eight matches
France created 21 chances and finished the goal nine times during the match. However, the number of goals they scored is only equal to Turkey – the team holds 35% of the ball and finishes the goal exactly once.
Antoine Griezmann, after a faint spell at Barca, plays prominently in the French squad. Almost every rise of the home team is through the foot of the 28-year-old striker. Griezmann and Moussa Sissoko own an outstanding opportunity on the home side. But neither of them could win against Mert Gunok or miss the target.
France held the ball a lot but got stuck in scoring, until Olivier Giroud came on. After only four minutes of participation, the Chelsea striker headed high to open the scoring from a corner in the 76th minute.
When the victory was firmly in the hands of the reigning champions of the World Cup, Turkey suddenly had a goal to remove from the rare opportunity in the match. 82 minutes, from a free kick away from goal Steve Mandanda, Hakan Calhanoglu hung the ball to defender Kaan Ayhan to head level the score.
Draw 1-1, France missed the opportunity to win tickets early in the Euro 2020 final. Teachers and teachers Didier Deschamps had the same 19 points as Turkey but ranked behind because of poor performance in the confrontation in Group H. These two teams are better than Iceland four points when qualifying still has two matches, and are all in the finals. France met Moldova and Albania in the remainder of the qualifying round, while Turkey met Iceland directly in the penultimate match and then guests on Andorra in the last match.