France beat Slovenia on Tuesday to secure its ticket to Australia and New Zealand 2023
The French national team has achieved a flawless career so far, with eight victories in eight matches
This is the fourth time in a row that Tricolores have competed in the FIFA World Cup™
With their home win against Slovenia on Tuesday night at Le Mans (1-0), thanks to a goal from Delphine Cacharino in their 40th pick, France officially ratified their FIFA Women’s World Cup tickets and Australia and New Zealand 2023. Here are the five figures to remember from this triumphant campaign for Le Bleu.
8With eight wins in eight matches, the French national team has so far managed to make perfect progress in this qualifying round for the European zone. There are only two qualifying matches left, in September, against Greece and Estonia, and two teams were defeated in the first leg (0-10 and 11-0).
5France will participate in the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the fifth time, and the fourth in a row, after 2011, 2015 and 2019.
12The French national team maintained twelve consecutive successes in all competitions. The last defeat of Corinne Deacon’s players dates back to last year, on April 13, 2021, in a friendly match against the United States in Le Havre (0-2).
14With 14 goals, Marie Antoinette Catuto was the French top scorer in this qualifier, far ahead of captain Wendy Renard (5 goals). Renard, who has scored 33 goals in 131 international matches, is among France’s top 10 scorers in history.
Like the number of goals Les Bleues have scored in eight qualifying matches. What is the best attack of the first group, and appearing in the top five of the best attacks of the playoffs in the Europe region. Cards against Greece on September 17, 2021 (0-10) and Estonia on October 22, 2021 (11-0) inflate the stats. If the Blues shine in attack, they have also shown serious defensive capabilities, with only 3 goals conceded and 6 perfect copies in eight matches.
the followingAhead of the Women’s World Cup 2023™ and before the final two qualifying matches against Greece and Estonia in September, Corinne Deacon’s players will play their seventh European Championship this summer in England (6-31 July 2022). They will face Italy, Belgium and Iceland in Group C.
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