France Vs Germany (Friendly International): Match preview

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Thursday, November 12th, 2015 | 0

France Vs Germany – International Friendly (2015)

For the 12th time on the history, France will play against 4 time world champion Germany in international friendly match. This Friday they will play first time after 2014 Brazil World Cup at Stade de France. On the way to host the match by France, match will kick off on 12:00AM BST, 18:00 PM UK.

France Vs Germany 2 - 0 friendly

Match Overview:

Tournament      : International Friendly

Match              : France Vs Germany

Match day        : Friday, 13th November, 2015

Match Venue    : Stade de France (Paris)

Kick-off           : 12:00AM BST, 18:00 PM UK

Before this match among 1998 World cup champion and current world cup champion Germany so far played 11 head to head international match. On the way of Germany’s last world cup winning, they had a 0-1 goals victory against France.

This last match victory for Germany was their 4th victory since 1931. And 2nd consecutive victory as well. After 1937, Germany was take over France on 2013 in an international matches and last world cup meeting was their first world cup head to head as well. Out there 5 victory for France so far as well. When last victory comes on 2012 an international match by 1-2 goals. Though Germany having one victory short, they scored most 14 goals against their 13 conceded by France. 2 drawn among them as well. Last comes on 2005 by 0-0 goals.

This year so far France played 8 international friendlies, they they are absence in next Euro qualification. France is being the automatic choose of the campaign as per they will be host of the tournament. In this run won 5 matches so far and defeats 3, first vs. Brazil, second against Belgium and 3rd against Albania.

Live Telecast TV Channels:

  • Sky Sport Plus HD
  • SuperSport 5 Digitalb
  • ESPN Australia
  • Sportklub HD Croatia
  • Sport TV Africa
  • Fox Soccer Plus

France Squad

Hugo Lloris, M Debuchy, P Evra, Bacary Sagna, Raphael Varane, Y Cabaye, L Koscielny, Mathieu Valbuena, Blaise Matuidi, M Schneiderlin, M Sissoko, Paul Pogba, Karim Benzema, J Mathieu, O Giroud, Antoine Griezmann, Loic Remy.

Germany Squad:

Ron-Robert Zieler, Antonio Rudiger, M Hummels, Jerome Boateng, S Rudy, M Ozil, Lukas Podolski, Bastian Schweinsteiger (Captain), Sami Khedira, Mario Gotze, Andre Schurrle, C Kramer, T Muller, Max Kruse, Mario Gomez.

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This is Toqui Tahmid a webmaster and sports reporter at Tsmplug

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