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look.  14-0!  France spares no effort in Gibraltar with a record victory, and Mbappe and Giroud score global goals  sports

look. 14-0! France spares no effort in Gibraltar with a record victory, and Mbappe and Giroud score global goals sports

look. Great goals by Mbappé and Giroud

Two goals against themselves in two minutes. Then you know it’s going to be hard. In addition, the 3-0 win for 17-year-old Zaire Emery also resulted in him receiving a red card. The match had not even been fifteen minutes old when Gibraltar shot themselves in the foot three times.

Of course, it did not help that France started the match strongly with the majority of their best players in the starting lineup. Fans in Nice had better have a counter, because after half an hour they didn’t know where to look first. Suddenly one ball after another flew against the ropes.

By scoring four goals in less than ten minutes, France took a 7-0 lead into the first half. Mbappe, Klaus, Koeman and Fofana put themselves on the scoreboard against a helpless Gibraltar side.

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At the beginning of the second half, the mission was clear. A record 10-0 win over Azerbaijan ended the 1990s. With two goals from Rabiot and Koeman after the hour mark, the fans cheered, scoring the tenth goal. “Deeks, dicks, dicks.”

When Dembélé reached double figures with a low volley, he equaled the record, but he didn’t stop there. Mbappe was allowed to push the score 11-0 against the ropes after a clever attack down the left flank. The log has been tightened.

Giroud completed the goal quickly, but his goal was disallowed by the video assistant referee due to offside. No problem for Mbappe, who made it 12-0 with a brilliant goal. The Paris Saint-Germain star struck a stunning shot from 30 metres.

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In the end, Giroud also scored the thirteenth and fourteenth French goals. The last came after a fantastic bicycle kick. Gibraltar was then put out of its misery. 14-0, should there be goals?


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