Bosnia and Herzegovina v France, 31 March 2021

Score1-0 to France
RefereeDaniele Orsato
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Europe group D
VenueStadion Grbavica, Sarajevo
Kick-off: 8.45pm local Played behind closed doors due to COVID-19 restrictions.

0  Bosnia and Herzegovina

Manager: Slaven Musa

1  France

Manager: Didier Deschamps

Goals:

Goals:

Antoine Griezmann 60 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Ibrahim Sehić
Defender/Midfielder Sead Kolašinac
Defender/Midfielder Darko Todorović
Midfielder Gojko Cimirot
Midfielder Rade Krunić
Midfielder Miralem Pjanić
Forward Edin Džeko (captain)

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (captain)
Defender Lucas Hernández
Defender Presnel Kimpembe
Defender Raphaël Varane
Defender/Midfielder Benjamin Pavard
Midfielder Thomas Lemar
Midfielder Paul Pogba
Midfielder Adrien Rabiot
Midfielder/Forward Kingsley Coman
Midfielder/Forward Antoine Griezmann
Forward Kylian Mbappé

Substitutions:

Miroslav Stevanović for Darko Todorović 77
Amer Gojak for Gojko Cimirot 86
Smail Prevljak for Rade Krunić 86

Substitutions:

Olivier Giroud for Kingsley Coman 59
Moussa Sissoko for Thomas Lemar 90

Cards:

Dennis Hadžikadunić 15 Y
Siniša Saničanin 54 Y
Amir Hadžiahmetović 69 Y

Cards:

Raphaël Varane 51 Y
Thomas Lemar 66 Y
Paul Pogba 79 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Kenan Pirić
Goalkeeper Nikola Vasilj
Defender Marko Mihojević
Defender/Midfielder Eldar Civić
Defender/Midfielder Miroslav Stevanović
Midfielder Haris Duljević
Midfielder Amer Gojak
Midfielder Stjepan Lončar
Midfielder Amar Rahmanović
Midfielder/Forward Luka Menalo
Forward Smail Prevljak

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Mike Maignan
Goalkeeper Steve Mandanda
Defender Clément Lenglet
Defender Ferland Mendy
Defender Kurt Zouma
Defender/Midfielder Lucas Digne
Defender/Midfielder Léo Dubois
Midfielder Tanguy Ndombèlé
Midfielder Moussa Sissoko
Midfielder/Forward Ousmane Dembélé
Forward Olivier Giroud

Comments:

France had now won eight consecutive away 'A' internationals for the first time. Their previous record was set from January 1990 to October 1991. Only Lilian Thuram (142) had now made more appearances for Les Bleus than Hugo Lloris (123, along with Thierry Henry).