France’s bad luck with injuries at the 2022 FIFA World Cup continues to send shivers down the spines of their fans.
According to a tweet from RMC Sport, the most recent information from the French camp is that Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga did not participate in practice. After experiencing adductor muscle problems, he was rested, and the French think tank didn’t want to take any chances.
On Tuesday, November 22, Les Bleus’ World Cup campaign will get underway when they take on Australia in Group D.
The team entered the 2022 FIFA World Cup without the services of Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante, their renowned midfield tandem. They have also had to cut Karim Benzema, the 2022 Ballon d’Or winner, and Christopher Nkunku from their ranks during the past week owing to injury.
Even before their first World Cup match has begun, untimely injuries have raised a question mark on their tournament run.
current champions In their attempt to retain their title, France may face competition from teams like England, Portugal, Belgium, Brazil, or Argentina. Camavinga, who has been in outstanding form for club and country, could be lost, which would be a significant blow to Didier Deschamps’ team because Pogba and Kante are also missing.
Karim Benzema writes a moving letter after being disqualified from the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Karim Benzema’s redemption arc with the national team over the past two years has been spectacular after he spent several years away from the team. Their go-to striker now, he even helped them win the 2020–21 UEFA Nations League championship.
In the club season of 2021–22, which ended in his first Ballon d’Or victory, he was also in the best shape of his life. As a result, Benzema was devastated to be forced to withdraw from the 2014 FIFA World Cup due to injuries.
The Real Madrid forward posted the following on social media after finding out his fate:
“I’ve never given up before in my life, but tonight I have to consider the team as I always have, therefore logic tells me to hand over my position to someone who can assist our squad have a successful World Cup. I appreciate all of your encouraging letters.”
Didier Deschamps, the head coach of France, has declared that he won’t use another player to take the place of the injured forward during the FIFA World Cup.