France played Switzerland at the 1/8 final of Euro-2020 on June 28. The match kicked off 19:00 UTC. Switzerland won on penalties as the score was 3-3.
Haris Seferovic scored the first goal on the 15th minute of the game followed by goals from Karim Benzema, Paul Pogba and Mario Gavranovic. Seferovic later scored 1 more. 3-3 is the final score.
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France kicked off the game with Hugo Lloris, Presnel Kimpembe, Clement Lenglet who got substituted by Kingsley Coman on the 46th minute, Raphael Varane, Adrien Rabiot, NGolo Kante, Paul Pogba, Benjamin Pavard, Antoine Griezmann who got substituted by Moussa Sissoko on the 88th minute, Kylian Mbappe and Karim Benzema who got substituted by Olivier Giroud on the 93rd minute as starters, with Mike Maignan, Steve Mandanda, Leo Dubois, Lucas Hernandez, Kurt Zouma, Kingsley Coman, Thomas Lemar, Moussa Sissoko, Corentin Tolisso, Wissam Ben Yedder, Olivier Giroud and Marcus Thuram on the bench.
Switzerland's starting eleven were Yann Sommer, Steven Zuber who got substituted by Christian Fassnacht on the 79th minute, Ricardo Rodriguez who got substituted by Admir Mehmedi on the 87th minute, Manuel Akanji, Nico Elvedi, Silvan Widmer who got substituted by Kevin Mbabu on the 73rd minute, Granit Xhaka, Remo Freuler, Xherdan Shaqiri who got substituted by Mario Gavranovic on the 73rd minute, Breel Embolo who got substituted by Ruben Vargas on the 79th minute and Haris Seferovic who got substituted by Fabian Schar on the 97th minute, with Gregor Kobel, Yvon Landry Mvogo, Loris Benito, Kevin Mbabu, Fabian Schar, Christian Fassnacht, Edimilson Fernandes, Djibril Sow, Ruben Vargas, Denis Zakaria, Mario Gavranovic and Admir Mehmedi on the bench.
Referee showed the yellow card 7 times throughout the game. Raphael Varane, Nico Elvedi, Ricardo Rodriguez, Granit Xhaka, Kingsley Coman, Benjamin Pavard and Manuel Akanji were the ones to receive it.
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France and Switzerland have met twice since June 2014. France have won once, 1 match ended in a draw. The most recent match between them took place on June 19, 2016 at the Group A of Euro-2020 which ended in a draw - 0-0. France have scored 5 goals in these 2 head-to-head matches in total while Switzerland have scored 2. So, overall, France have a better head-to-head record against Switzerland in their recent history.
France are on a drawing streak - they have played a draw with Portugal and Hungary in their previous 2 matches while Switzerland have won Turkey in their previous match. Overall, France have won 15 of their last 20 matches, losing 1 and drawing 4, while Switzerland have won 9 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 5. In their most recent 6 matches France have won 4 times (1-0 against Germany on 15th of June, 3-0 against Bulgaria on 8th of June, 3-0 against Wales on 2nd of June and 0-1 against Bosnia and Herzegovina on 31st of March) and drew twice (2-2 against Portugal on 23rd of June and 1-1 against Hungary on 19th of June). In their most recent 6 matches Switzerland have won 4 times (3-1 against Turkey on 20th of June, 7-0 against Liechtenstein on 3rd of June, 2-1 against USA on 30th of May and 3-2 against Finland on 31st of March), lost once (3-0 against Italy on 16th of June) and drew once (1-1 against Wales on 12th of June).
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