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World Cup 2018 France v Australia: First Half Ended With No goals, Second Half Starts With Goals For Both Sides

News by Rob Williams Published on 16 Jun,2018 Updated on 16 Jun,2018
  • The first-half of the game ended with no goals
  • Mathew receives the first yellow card of the game
  • Griezmann scored the first goal of the tournament
  • Jedinak scored the second goal of the tournament in the 62nd minute

The first half of the game, France v Australia ended with no goals scored by both the teams.

Australia's Mathew Ryan made four saves for Australia in this game, more than any other goalkeeper in the 2018 World Cup so far.

CAPTION: France v Australia SOURCE: FIFA

Australia’s Matthew Leckie was given the first yellow card in the 13th minute of the game.

CAPTION: France v Australia SOURCE: FIFA

France has completed over twice as many passes in the attacking half of the pitch (83) as Australia (35) so far.

CAPTION: France v Australia SOURCE: FIFA

There have been 16 fouls committed in this game so far, is also the most in the first half of a match at the 2018 World Cup.

CAPTION: France v Australia SOURCE: FIFA

France's Griezmann scored the first goal of the tournament in the 58th minute of the game in a penalty shootout.

Australia's Mile Jedinak scored the second goal of the tournament in the 62nd minute in a penalty shootout.

France's Paul Pogba scored the third goal of the game in 81st minute.

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