Matches

11/06/201017 - WeatherClear

Summary

France, Uruguay draw a blank

Uruguay's Nicolas Lodeiro picked up South Africa 2010's first red card as La Celeste held France to a 0-0 draw at Cape Town's Green Point Stadium.

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Line-ups

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Oscar Washington TABAREZ SCLAVO (URU)
(FRA) Raymond DOMENECH

Officials

Referee: Yuichi NISHIMURA (JPN)Assistant Referee 1: Toru SAGARA (JPN)Assistant Referee 2: JEONG Hae Sang (KOR)Fourth official: Joel Antonio AGUILAR CHICAS (SLV)Fifth official: William Alexander TORRES MEJIA (SLV)

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Latest Comments:
tyrus3
16/05/2011 at 19:19
tyrus3 (USA)
Match 2 of the World Cup: Uruguay and France with a 0-0 draw in these 90 minutes. Nobody has scored, of course.
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footballfaan
06/07/2010 at 10:35
footballfaan (Hungary)
FRANCE UUH... DOMENECH MADE THE TEAM GO...
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tuftybufty
18/06/2010 at 11:51
tuftybufty (Singapore)
sad, sad france
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Statistics

6Shots12
0Corner kicks4
2Yellow cards3
1Second yellow card and red card0
1Red Cards0
46%Possession (%)54%
  • Patrice Evra of France takes a throw in
  • Thierry Henry of France takes a shot on goal which is blocked by Mauricio Victorino of Uruguay
  • Maximiliano Pereira of Uruguay battles for the ball with Bakari Sagna of France
  • Diego Godin of Uruguay and Thierry Henry of France battle for the ball
  • Raymond Domenech head coach of France looks on
  • Abou Diaby of France is dispossessed by Sebastian Abreu (R), Diego Lugano and Egidio Arevalo Rios of Uruguay

"I was going to say it was almost a great 0-0, but I would have preferred a bad 1-0. Our opponents were solid, as you'll see in the coming matches," Raymond Domenech, France coach.