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The notes of the Blues

Posted by BlueDrak Sunday, October 11, 2009

He needed a victory to the team of France, it has to offer, adding the way to face the Faroe Islands, in qualifying for World Cup 2010. In a meeting restricted to an opposition attack / defense, Patrice Evra has been able to succeed at the game, like Nicolas Anelka and André-Pierre Gignac, essential in developing successful Saturday night lights (5-0).

Steve Mandanda: 6 A game quiet, very quiet, too quiet ...

Bacary Sagna: 6 Very available in the right lane, the Gunner has stopped offering solutions Offensive

William Gallas: 6.5 Defensively, his work was small but its presence in the area opposite manner, the image of his goal scored in the head in the 52nd minute.

Eric Abidal: 6 Strong in the air long release opposing the Blaugrana remained focused on his subject throughout the game.

Patrice Evra: 6.5 Percutant and catchy on the left wing, Red Devil has been a real poison for his bodyguards.

Sidney Govou: 6 True to himself, Lyonnais has worked for the team and was unlucky on a good shot left repulsed by opposing amounts (24th). Replaced on the hour mark by Florent Malouda (62nd, not rated)

Lassana Diarra: 6 Madrid's evolved quite naturally into the role of a collector placed above the field and was able to attend the game as expected

Jérémy Toulalan: 7 Precious in the long game and the physical impact, Toulalan deserved to register his first international goal on the strike came from elsewhere (11th). Replaced by Moussa Sissoko (62nd, not rated).

Thierry Henry: 6.5 The French captain was unlucky against the opponent's goal Saturday night, but has struggled on the whole front of the attack.

Nicolas Anelka: 7.5 Probably the best French face the Faroe Islands. The Chelsea striker has never ceased to turn the heads of his opponents and was consistently rewarded for his work (86).

Andre-Pierre Gignac: (7.5) Borrowed early in the game, the Toulouse has turn the tide in a doubled valuable signing (34th and 39th) for the France team. His second achievement speaks for itself ... Replaced by an explosive Karim Benzema (73, unrated).

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  1. I like soccer so much


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