Switzerland surprised France in a penalty shootout 54 Penalties entered the quarter-finals of Euro 2020 Switzerland equalized with two goals 33 Kylian Mbappé missed the decisive penalty against France
Switzerland penalty shootout Defeated world champion France 54 Penalties Euro 2020 Round of 16 on Monday, Kylian Mbappé missed a decisive penalty shot after a stunning 33 draw in Bucharest. Mario Gavranovic equalized the score in the 90th minute when the Swiss team scored two goals in a row. Then Jan Sommer saved Mbappé in the penalty shoot-out to make the Swiss team in the quarter-finals. Against the Spanish team. Harris Seferovich gave Vladimir Petkovic’s Swiss team a surprising lead in the 15th minute, but Ricardo Rodríguez’s penalty kicked early in the second half Was wonderfully stopped by Hugo Lloris. Karim Benzema (Karim Benzema) was called up to the French national team after five and a half years of international exile, and then quickly double-played to get the 2016 European Cup finalists back on track.
Paul Pogba’s sensational effort scored 31 points, but before Gavranovic tied in the final minute, Seferovic took his second game and forced extra time.
The Swiss team converted all five of their penalty kicks before Summer skipped Mbappé’s penalty on the right as the Swiss won a draw by knockout in a major tournament for the first time in 83 years.
French coach Didier Deschamps controversially switched to the 3412 formation, aiming to extract the best team from the offensive trio of Benzema, Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann, but Seferovich let the Swiss lead by surprise.
Steven Zuber took advantage of the space provided by Rodriguez’s overlapping runs, and on a left-center, Severovic easily edged Clemente Langlet before stepping over Lloris.
After France failed to test Summer in the bleak first half, Deschamps abandoned the three-person backcourt experiment, knocked down Langley, and introduced Kingsley Coman, while returning to the more familiar 442.