Women’s World Cup: Les Bleues win against Brazil

Six days after a pitiful draw against the Jamaica, the players of the French team swept aside the critics, with a prestigious victory against Brazil. Saturday July 29, Les Bleues were faster and more aggressivetaking the lead in the 17th minute on a goal from Eugenie Le Sommer. “We said to ourselves that we had to start strong”underlines the attacker. At halftime, Les Bleues lead 1 to 0, and reassure the supporters. “I loved the technique. It’s interesting to watch”underlines one of them.

Wendie Renard winning goal

In the second half, Les Bleues were quickly surprised by a goal from Brazil, before wendie Renard, the captain of France, did not score a goal with a header. The end of the match is endless, with more than 8 minutes of added time. “Super happy. I hope they will go far”asserts a supporter. With this victory, France takes the lead of its group. Next Wednesday, Les Bleues will face Panama.

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