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END OF THE MATCH
Austria and France played to a one-goal draw
The central referee adds four minutes more
Onisiwo’s shot on goal goes wide. Austria arrived
83′ FRANCE SCOOOOOOOOOOOOORES ⚽
Kylian Mbappé received a ball from Nkunku, finished off and tied the game
80′ France substitution
Danso’s deflected shot, for Austria
Sabitzer blocks a shot by Mbappé
68′ Austria substitutions
63′ France substitutions
Erratic shot by Coman for France
55′ Austria substitution
Benzema’s deflected shot for France
Griezmann takes a free kick for France, which goes wide
SECOND HALF BEGINS
After halftime, the second half of the game begins.
END OF THE FIRST HALF
Austria partially defeats France 1-0
The referee adds one more minute
Arnautović tried his shot but Lloris saved. Austria arrived
Diaby’s deflected shot, for France
34′ AUSTRIA SCOOOOOOOOOOOORES ⚽
Andreas Weimann scores Austria’s first goal of the game
Attempt by Karim Benzema, but misses the target
Lainer’s shot for Austria is saved by the French goalkeeper.
25′ Ball possesion
Austria’s goalkeeper, Pentz, made two consecutive saves from French attacks
Yellow card for Nicolas Seiwald in Austria
Tchouameni’s deflected shot for France
Yellow card for Stefan Lainer in Austria
Griezmann shoots at Austrian goal, unsuccessfully
Theo Hernandez takes a free kick for France
THE MATCH BEGINS
The ball is rolling and the match between Austria and France is already underway.
The stadium is ready
The last official confrontation
The last meeting between the two teams took place in the qualifiers for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. On that occasion, France defeated Austria 3-1.
Austria is in the house
France arrives at the stadium
France starting line-up
Austria strating line-up
Who will be the referee and his assistants?
Weather in Vienna 🌦
The field is dry
Everything is ready
In less than an hour, the game between Austria vs France, corresponding to UEFA Nations League Group A matchday 3, will kick off.
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What time is the UEFA Nations League match Austria vs France?
Argentina: 3:45 PM on DirecTV
Bolivia: 2:45 PM
Brazil: 3:45 PM on Estádio TNT Sports, HBO Max, TNT Go, TNT Brasil
Chile: 3:45 PM on DirecTV
Colombia: 1:45 PM on DirecTV
Ecuador: 1:45 PM on DirecTV
USA (ET): 2:45 PM on TUDN USA, TUDN.com, ESPN2, TUDN App
Spain: 2:45 PM on Cuatro
Mexico: 1:45 PM on TUDN MX
Paraguay: 2:45 PM
Peru: 1:45 PM on DirecTV
Uruguay: 3:45 PM on DirecTV
France key player
In France, the presence of Karim Benzema stands out. The 34-year-old player is going through the best moment of his career. Apart from being able to play again with his national team, he is being the main face of Real Madrid, being fundamental in the season, scoring approximately 50 goals, a situation that profiles him as the next winner of the golden ball. In the national team his numbers are also barbaric: 37 goals in 95 games.
Austria key player
Undoubtedly, the cornerstone of this Austrian team is Marcel Sabitzer. The Bayern Munich player has not enjoyed his best season at club level with the Bavarian side, but against Croatia he put on an exhibition in the middle of the field and managed to score the last goal of the game.
In total, the two teams have played 23 games, of which France has won 12, Austria has won nine and Austria has drawn two.
France is third in Group A of League 1 in the UEFA Nations League. The world champion must prove what it is and that is why it needs to score points. They are expected to lead the group and qualify first.
Austria comes into this match after losing to Denmark in the first UEFA Nations League Group A matchday 1. The Austrian team needs to win points to hope to qualify for the next stage.
The match will be played at theErnst Happel Stadium
The Ernst Happel Stadium, until 1992 when it was renamed in honor of former footballer and coach Ernst Happel, is the largest stadium in Austria with a capacity of 53,000 spectators. It was built from 1929 to 1931 and designed by the German architect Otto Ernst Schweizer, being inaugurated on July 11, 1931 for the second Workers’ Olympics.
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