Hardly anyone would seriously expect Hungary to steal a point against France in the second round of Group F of the European Football Championship.
the team – France
The journalists of one of the most famous French newspapers were not pleased with “bluestheir summaryOpportunities and declineTheir position is understandable, they expected France to maintain their place in the eighth final with a victory over the Hungarians, compared to being already happy that they managed to score a point.
kicker – Germany
The German newspaper reported the match quite objectively. “Surprise! Hungary fought a point against France!” – appeared on their side. “Hungary fought with a big heart and managed to steal a point against the world champions. The French game worked well, but they couldn’t win in front of goal,” they wrote in their introduction. This result is completely positive for the Germans, and nothing has been identified in group F yet.
BBC, Sky Sports – United kingdom
British journalists’ chins have fallen dramatically from the end result. “Griezmann rescues the French and the Hungarians reach a famous point in bustling Budapest“writes bbc.com. They highlight the atmosphere of the stadium, write very positively about everything, and praise the Hungarian national team almost. After all, this is the second full football match since March 2020, and the Hungarian fans know something, if this It is the way the atmosphere has taken hold of foreign correspondents.
AS, Brand – Spain
Griezmann, the fireman. – The sports website writes as.com, Spain. Short but concise title, you couldn’t sum up the match better. Marca.com also mentions Griezmann as a great savior, but they still couldn’t dress up the French national team’s performance in a positive outfit.
ESPN – United States
According to an American sports newspaper, Griezmann saved a point for the French against the excellent Hungarians. They mention Viola’s superb individual movement as well as the delightful joy of the 67,000 fans at the moment of the goal.
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