Published On: 7 Korrik, 2016

Franca përmbys ëndrrën gjermane, në finale me Portugalinë (Video + Foto)

Antoine Griezmann scored the both goals as France beat Germany to reach the Euro 2016 final in Marseille on Thursday evening

Franca është kualifikuar në finale të Kampionatit Evropian pas 16 vjetësh.

Franca e Didier Deschamps, i është hakmarrë Gjermanisë për eliminimin në Kupën e Botës në vitin 2014. Nikoqirët e Euro 2016, eliminuan kampionët e botës duke i mposhtur 2:0.

Golat në këtë mbrëmje i shënoi sulmuesi i Atletico Madridit, Antoine Griezmann. Fillimisht shënoi nga pika e bardh në fund të pjesës së parë, pasi Bastian SchWeinsteiger shkaktoi penallti.

Kur u mendua se Gjermania do të bënte diçka ë shumë në pjesën e dytë, në minutën e 72’të, Manuel Neuer, bëri një gabim duke lëshuar portën, ku Griezmann nuk e pati të vështirë që të shënojë për 2:0, që ishte rezultati përfundimtar i ndeshjes, raporton Express.

Me këto dy gola ndaj Gjermanisë, Griezmann ka quar në gjashtë numrin e tyre në Euro 2016. Në finale të Euro 2016, Franca do të përballet me Portugalinë, ndeshje kjo që zhvillohet të dielën me 10 korrik.

Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring from 12 yards in first-half stoppage time to send the host nation into the last two

Schweinsteiger was booked by referee Nicola Rizzoli and Griezmann stepped up against Manuel Neuer from 12 yardsNeuer struck his left-footed effort beyond the Bayern Munich goalkeeper to put France in front in first-half stoppage timePatrice Evra leads the celebrations after Griezmann's goal, which came against the run of play at Stade Velodrome in MarseilleFrance goalkeeper Hugo Lloris enjoys Griezmann's goal just before the break during a pulsating encounterFrance supporters celebrate wildly in the stands as DImitri Payet, Evra, Griezmann and Blaise Matuidi revel in their opening goalThe Atletico Madrid forward added a second for the hosts with 18 minutes left of the game, stabbing home from close rangeGermany's players look crestfallen as the French celebrate behind them in front of flying Tricolours as the host nation progressedFrance fans created an immense noise inside Stade Velodrome prior to kick-off as they looked for a rare tournament win over GermanyFrance coach Didier Deschamps and the rest of Les Bleus' backroom staff sing Le Marseillaise prior the game in MarseilleMatuidi, starting in a holding midfield role alongside Paul Pogba, beats Tony Kroos to an aerial challengeOlivier Giroud chases down Germany goalkeeper Neuer as the home side started the better of the two teamsMatuidi battles for possession with Emre Can, who was drafted in for his first start at Euro 2016 by Germany coach Joachim LowDimitri Payet goes to ground under the challenge of Kroos in midfield as France huffed and puffed early onJulian Draxler - in the side in place of the injured Mario Gomez - jumps high to collect possession in front of Laurent KoscielnyGermany coach Low urges his team on from the sidelines and the world champions quickly accelerated into the ascendancyCan of Liverpool tested Tottenham goalkeeper Lloris with a drive from the edge of the penalty area but the France No 1 savedMeust Ozil holds off the attentions of Pogba and Matuidi as Germany took control of the tie, rattling the FrenchKroos appeals for penalty after taking a tumble in the France penalty area but referee Rizzoli waved away the claimsThe Bayern Munich keeper did well to get down and stretch out his left hand to prevent the ball ending up in the back of the netThe Real Madrid midfielder went to ground after colliding with Pogba but he did not get the penalty kick he was looking forPayet had a go at goal from a 30-yard free-kick but Les Bleus rarely got out of their own half after the opening 10 minutes of the first periodLloris claims one of many German crosses into the penalty area as the world champions exerted more and more pressureThomas Muller's frustrating tournament continued in the first period as he dragged a good chance wide of Lloris' goalPogba breaks away from Can but France relinquished almost 70 per cent of the possession to their opponents in the first halfLloris reaches up to push a long-range effort over the top of the crossbar as the Germans continued to dominatePogba bumped Payet off free-kick duty to try his luck from 30 yards but, like Payet, saw his shot saved by Neuer in the Germany goalGiroud cut a frustrated figure as France struggled to make an impact until they received a dose of good-fortune just before half-timeSchweinsteiger lead with his hand as he tried to beat Evra to a cross and handballed in the penalty areaGriezmann stepped up and sent Neuer the wrong way to put his country in front and score his fifth goal of the tournamentGriezmann is mobbed by his team-mates after scoring the opening goal of the clash at Stade VelodromeFrance came out strongly in the second half having taken the lead against the run of play and Giroud saw a shot blockedDraxler slides through the back of Moussa Sissoko, earning the German forward a yellow card early in the second periodGermany suffered a major blow when Jerome Boateng sustained a hamstring injury and had to be replaced in the second halfAfter Boateng had been replaced, Griezmann added a second for the home side after Neuer pushed a cross into his pathThe German defence cannot believe they've conceded a second goal as Griezmann wheels away to celebrate with his team-mates

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