Cologne – World soccer champion Antoine Griezmann saved France from bankruptcy a day after his much-publicized return to Atlético Madrid. In Strasbourg, the striker scored the 1-1 (1-1) goal for the hosts in the World Cup qualifier against Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was played about 40 minutes away.
Despite the draw, Group D leaders France (8 points) maintained their lead over Ukraine (4) after four matches, who played 2-2 (1-0) in Kazakhstan that afternoon. The third-placed Finns played only two matches. Followed by Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kazakhstan (all 2).
Bosnia can’t take advantage of the excess numbers
Wolfsburg, Eden Dzeko, put the visitors ahead with a low shot (36). Griezmann, who initially returned to Spanish champions Atletico on loan after two years at Barcelona, equalized after just three minutes (39th place).
Shortly after the change, Jules Conde after a difficult entry against Schalke saw former master Kolasinac and red video evidence (51st place). The Bosnians could not use the majority against France as Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman substituted for the win. Moussa Diaby from Bayer Leverkusen entered the game shortly before the end and made his debut for the French national team.
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