In anticipation of the Argentine cheering wave… French coach: “Our opponents are not in the stands”

With only one final game left in the 2022 Qatar World Cup between Argentina and Française, the coach of the French national team said, “We will do our best to achieve our goal.”

According to AFP on the 17th (local time), French national team coach Didier Deschamps said at a press conference for the final held in Doha, Qatar, “I am well aware that there are many soccer fans who support the Argentine national team.”

Director Deschamps said, “I look forward to a festival-like atmosphere. They sing a lot and are very expressive.” “After all, it is the World Cup final. Our opponents are not in the stands.”

When asked if he did not feel any pressure in the atmosphere of cheering for Lionel Messi of Argentina, who is playing his last World Cup match, he said, “I often did,” but said, “I don’t have any special worries or stress about the game.” He continued, “Many people around the world, not just Argentina, want Messi to win the World Cup, but we will do our best to achieve our goal.”

According to reports, it is estimated that 40,000 Argentinian fans will gather in Doha. On the other hand, about 6,000 French fans are expected to come to the stadium. AFP reported that as it is the last World Cup stage for Lionel Messi, soccer fans around the world are generally friendly to Argentina.

The final between France and Argentina will be held on the 19th at 0:00 Korean time at Lusail Stadium, Qatar. Both teams are aiming for their third World Cup title. In response, coach Deschamps said, “Both teams have the same goal. Only one of them will get the third ‘star’ in the game tomorrow (18th).”

France captain Hugo Lloris said he was prepared to face the entire Argentine team, not just focus on Messi. 안전놀이터

“I think the event is too big to focus on just one player,” Lloris said. “Argentina is a strong team and there are many other young players. This is because Argentina national team coach Lionel Scaloni has built a solid team around Messi, the ‘superstar’.” “I know very well what Messi means in sports history. But in the end, it’s a match between France and Argentina. We will do our best in the last game.”