France-Finland (0-2): the figures to remember

France-Finland (0-2): the figures to remember
France-Finland (0-2): the figures to remember

Xavier Béal and Opta Sports

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Here are the figures to remember after the France-Finland match with our partner Opta Sports.

  • Finland won their first game against France, after losing the first 8 clashes.
  • Finland scored 2 goals against the Blues tonight, despite having only scored 3 goals in the first 8 clashes.
  • France had not lost since June 8, 2019 in Turkey (0-2) in the EURO 2020 qualifiers, stopping a series of 12 games without defeat (10 wins, 2 draws).
  • France has not won any of its last 2 matches played at the Stade de France (0-0 against Portugal and 0-2 against Finland), a first for the Blues in the Lyon enclosure since March-June 2015 (1 -3 against Brazil then 3-4 against Belgium).
  • France had not conceded 2 goals during a first period at home since June 7, 2015 against Belgium in a friendly (0-2 at the break, 3-4 in the end).
  • 2 of the last 4 goals conceded by the France team were from outside the area, it is as much as in its previous 31.
  • France attempted 24 shots without scoring against Finland, their highest total in a match without succeeding in finding the net since September 3, 2017 against Luxembourg (34 shots, 0-0 final score).
  • France has remained silent in 2 of its last 3 matches, which is as much as in its previous 19.
  • Marcus Thuram is the first player to receive an amount in his first match with the France team since Benjamin Pavard on November 10, 2017 against Wales.
  • Moussa Sissoko is the first player of the France team to make a mistake leading to a goal since Clément Lenglet on November 14, 2019 against Moldova.

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