Antoine Griezmann in the match against Bosnia-Herzegovina scored 39 goals for France.
The Atletico Madrid attacker leveled the scores for France as they marked a comeback in the match to draw with Bosnia-Herzegovina in the World Cup qualifying encounter.
Inter Milan’s clinical striker Edin Dzeko put the home side ahead in the game with an excellent drilled from outside the 18 yard box.
Griezmann, who made a return to Atletico Madrid from Barcelona less than 24 hours earlier, scored with lucky effort seemed to be so controlveraial which attracted the clarification of VAR to verify if ball had gone over the line.
France played one man down as Jules Kounde was sent off for early in the second half in the 51 minutes of the match.
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Koundé, unsuccessfully had a failed transfer from Sevilla Chelsea due to the fact that transfer window closed on Tuesday. At first, he was booked a yellow card for a rough tackle on Bosnian Sead Kolasinac which the VAR, after reviewing gave verdict on it as a red card.
France coach, speaking after the match “It is clearly harder with 10 men. We had some chances but it is not the result we were looking for,” France coach Didier Deschamps issuing information to M6 media.
Les Bleus after the match are on eight points after four matches, four more than second-placed Ukraine, who played out a 2-2 draw in Kazakhstan and will be hosting France in the next game of the World Cup Qualifying match.
The Match Statistics went as follows;
Home 54%-Away 46%
Home 9-Away 6
Shots on Target
Home 2-Away 2
Home 4-Away 6
Home 10-Away 6.