World Cup: France predicted lineup vs Morocco
World Cup: France predicted lineup vs Morocco
World Cup: France predicted lineup vs Morocco
World CupWorld Cup: France predicted lineup vs Morocco

World Cup: France predicted lineup vs Morocco

Defending Champions are set to face surprise packages Morocco in the quarter-final. Find the World Cup France predicted lineup below.

France World Cup predicted lineup vs Morocco (4-2-3-1)

GK: Hugo Lloris – Lloris’ most recent World Cup clean sheet came against Belgium in the semi-final of that year’s tournament.

RB: Jules Kounde – The versatile defender “acquired this kind of loathing for losing” while playing on a youth squad that, in Kounde’s assessment, lost 90% of its games.

CB: Raphael Varane – Varane has won four Champions League championship medals out of the team’s ten total.

CB: Dayot Upamecano – The defender for Bayern Munich has the second-fastest average pace of any center-back in the Bundesliga this year, clocking in at 35.34km/hr.

LB: Theo Hernandez – One of the three French players who have given up a penalty in Qatar, more than any other country, at this World Cup.

CM: Aurelien Tchouameni – One of the few things Tchouameni might improve to make his game more complete is goals. It was his first rip-roaring drive of the year when he faced England.

CM: Adrien Rabiot – The Duke has managed to escape being noticed, committing more fouls than any other French player while remaining unbooked.

AM: Antoine Griezmann – It feels like a long time ago when Griezmann served a suspension from the national team for violating curfew as an under-21 player, despite just playing in his 73rd straight international match.

RW: Ousmane Dembele – Dembele, who was given just two minutes during the World Cup’s knockout rounds in 2018, has established himself as a starter for the 2022 edition.

ST: Olivier Giroud – Karim Benzema claims that his F1 car is a “go-kart” that has four more World Cup goals than the wounded Ballon d’Or winner could manage (three).

LW: Kylian Mbappe – Mbappe first learned the French national song when he was six years old because, as he told one of his teachers, “one day, I’ll play in the World Cup for France.”

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World Cup: France predicted lineup vs Morocco
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