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Uruguay - France Match Statistics



Yellow Cards
Diego Lugano (90')
Nicolas Lodeiro (65')
Mauricio Victorino (59')
Toulalan (68')
Ribery (19')
Evra (12')
Red Cards
Lodeiro (81')
Shots Total 33
Shots on goal 00
Fouls 1320
Corners 00
Offsides 54
Possession Time 42.657.4
Yellow Cards 23
Red Cards 10
Saves 00
1Fernando Muslera (G)
6Mauricio Victorino (LD)
2Diego Lugano (CD-L)
3Diego Godin (CD-R)
11Alvaro Pereira (RD)
16Maxi Pereira (LM)
15Diego Perez (CM-L)
17Egidio Arevalo (CM-R)
18Ignacio Gonzalez (RM)
10Diego Forlan (CF-L)
9Luis Suarez (CF-R)
1Hugo Lloris (G)
2Bacary Sagna (LD)
5William Gallas (CD-L)
3Eric Abidal (CD-R)
13Patrice Evra (RD)
10Sidney Govou (LM)
8Yoann Gourcuff (CM-L)
14Jeremy Toulalan (CM-R)
19Abou Diaby (RM)
7Franck Ribery (RCF)
21Nicolas Anelka (CF)
12Juan Castillo
4Jorge Fucile
5Walter Gargano
7Edinson Cavani
8Sebastian Eguren
13Sebastian Abreu
14Nicolas Lodeiro
19Andres Scotti
20Alvaro Fernandez
21Sebastian Fernandez
22Martin Caceres
23Martin Silva
16Steve Mandanda
4Anthony Reveillere
6Marc Planus
9Djibril Cisse
11Andre-Pierre Gignac
12Thierry Henry
15Florent Malouda
17Sebastien Squillaci
18Alou Diarra
20Mathieu Valbuena
22Gael Clichy
23Cedric Carrasso

Uruguay - France Live Commentary

' Paul says: "After all the handball talk and whether France should be in South Africa or not, based on tonight's display they should have never made it to South Africa."
90 + 3' Henry takes the free-kick and curls a right-footed effort towards goal, but he only succeeds in hitting the wall. That says it all about France's performance this evening.
90 + 2' Free-kick to France right on the edge of the penalty area. Uruguay are not happy, but Henry and Ribery are preparing for what will probably be their team's last chance of the match. Lugano receives a booking for dissent.
90' ADDED TIME: There will be a minimum of three minutes added time before the final whistle. This would be a good point for 10-man Uruguay.
90' Uruguay concede a needless corner. Malouda's cross is low and limp and Abreu can whack clear the danger. That was terrible from Malouda.
89' Sagna stands a cross to the back post and the ball finds Henry. The forward only half-connects and the ball hits Victorino on the arm. Henry appeals for handball! That will annoy a few people in Ireland. It was ball to hand.
88' Uruguay boss Tabarez is now looking to run down the clock as Perez takes his time leaving the field before Eguren enters the fray.
87' Diaby is still looking to pull the strings as France attempt to stretch Uruguay, but Les Bleus still do not look like they have a goal in them.
84' Harry Illingsworth says: "The ref made the correct decision with that yellow and then red card. Awful challenge!!!"
83' Sagna is back on the pitch and crosses in the direction of Henry, whose flicked header goes just past the far post. The veteran strike would have been offside anyway.
81' We have the first red card of the 2010 World Cup finals as substitute Lodeiro is shown a second yellow card for a horrible, studs-up challenge on Sagna. That was worth a straight red for a player who only came on in the 65th minute. Sagna has been carried off, but is back on his feet.
80' Malouda shows why he should possibly have started as he flashes a fierce effort narrowly wide of the far post from 20 yards. France are running out of time and Uruguay appear more than happy with a point.
79' Ribery attempts to go should-to-shoulder with Lugano, but bounces off the Uruguay skipper like a rag doll. That was a bit of a mismatch.
78' Diaby sends a long ball in the direction of Henry, but it has too much height and Muslera is happy to allow the attempted pass to roll out for a goal-kick.
77' Sagna lobs a long-throw into the Uruguay box, but Godin can head clear when unchallenged. It has become easy to see why France lost to China in a warm-up match.
75' France respond in kind following a rotten effort from Gourcuff. Malouda is given a chance by Domenech as he replaces the man who just had a shot. Ribery will probably move across the field.
73' While the ball is out of play, Suarez makes way for Sebastian Abreu.
72' Alvaro Pereira has a chance to cross after controlling a cross-field pass. The original cross is cleared by France for a throw-in, which is taken long and Forlan fires a snap-volley just wide. Inches wide.
71' Here comes Henry, but the surprise is that it is Anelka who is coming off. That does not smack of adventure from Domenech as it is simply like for like.
70' Henry is getting ready to come on. Suarez almost sets his sights on goal, but Abidal manages to get back and defend inside the penalty area.
68' Toulalan is the next player in the book for crunching Alvaro Pereira. Lugano is not impressed and gets into some handbags with Toulalan. I told you the Uruguay captain does not take any prisoners.
67' The game is drifting at the moment and it does not look like either team wants to win. Suarez is adjudged to have fouled Lloris when jumping with the France goalkeeper for a cross.
65' Only seconds after his introduction, Lodeiro is booked for throwing the ball away following a foul on Ribery.
63' At the break in play, Uruguay take off Gonzalez and bring on Nicolas Lodeiro. Forlan's dipping free-kick is claimed by Lloris as it pitches at his feet.
62' Perez dinks a cross into the France penalty area and Sagna and Abidal almost get in the way of each other, but clear before France give away a free-kick just outside the penalty area.
61' Domenech must surely be thinking about changes. This reported bust-up between Malouda and Domenech must be serious if he is refusing to introduce the flying Chelsea man.
60' Gourcuff uses a bit of initiative and instead of crossing plays the ball across the edge of the box. Unfortunately for France, Ribery shanks well wide of the target with his first-time effort.
59' Victorino goes in the book for a late sliding challenge on Evra. This is a chance to put a free-kick with a bit of quality into the Uruguay box.
57' Great stuff on the halfway line as Diaby and Ribery combine to get Evra on the break. The eventual cross cannot find Anelka on the edge of the box and Uruguay survive. But at last a bit of energy and spark in the France attack.
56' Great pass from Ribery to find Ribery down the left. However, with only Anelka in support, Lugano clears the threat.
54' Evra shows a bit more intent than his team-mates and sets Gourcuff up for a shot, but the effort cannons away from danger off the back of Lugano.
53' Sagna looks to build an attack from right-back, but France pass in triangles involving Gallas and Toulalan. You're at the World Cup lads! Come on.
52' Brilliant control and turn on the chest from Forlan, but Gallas gets in just enough pressure to put the striker off his volley. Forlan's landing leg plants in Gallas' thigh. Accidental, but that will sting.
51' This game has almost got the feeling of a friendly about it. Is Domenech's impending departure and the arrival of Laurent Blanc having an impact on France?
50' From a fast bowler's run-up, Forlan looks for the back post and Diaby amends by heading clear.
49' Suarez goes down under a challenge from Diaby to give Forlan the chance to put a free-kick into the France box.
48' Forlan drops deep into his own half in search of the ball and his team-mates respond by hitting it long to leave Suarez completely outnumbered and Gallas can clear.
47' Henry is out warming up on the touchline, I wonder if we will see him after about 60 minutes. Godin again does well against Anelka.
46' Toulalan makes a nice little dart down the left wing and gets in a cross from the byline, but it is an easy catch for Muslera.
' WE'RE BACK: Uruguay get the second half under way and go back to their defence. Hopefully that is not a sign of things to come.
' The teams are back on the pitch for the second half. It doesn't look like there have been any substitutions, but I'll let you know if I am wrong.
' Olly Lester is on his way from King's Cross hoping for a goal. He says: "I'm stuck on a train from London to Darlington. Sounds like Uruguay are doing good. Money's on 1-0 to them!"
' Keith Abbott is hoping for a 1-0 win for France to help him in his World Cup pool at work.
' Stephen Griffin says: "I was looking forward to watching Suarez and Gourcuff playing, two great players you don't see enough. Hopefully Gourcuff will be at Arsenal next year. P.s France shouldn't be at the World Cup!" No prizes for guessing Stephen is from... Ireland.
' Harry Illingsworth has been in touch, saying: "I hope that Uruguay win 2-0. It's been a good first half and a brilliant start to the 2010 World Cup. Come on England!!!!!!!!!"
' Ryan G. Cowling from Canada says: "Neither team has been spectacular so far, but I see Forlan scoring in the 60-70 minute range and the game finishing 1-0. Ribery has been taken out of the game and Anelka (excepting a few moments) hasn't done much to inspire."
' William P McGrath says: "I'm stuck in the office in Washington DC. Should I sneak out to the pub to watch the second half?" Bill, as long as you keep following our commentary, our lips our sealed.
' Not a great half, if I'm honest. France have been the better team and Diaby has been the star man. Uruguay have offered little as an attacking threat, although Forlan did work Lloris from range. What are your thoughts? Who has stood out?
45 + 1' Diaby is a little unlucky when attempting to break onto a pass in the area, as he is blocked off by Maximiliano Pereira. Could have been a shout for a penalty.
45' ADDED TIME: There will be a minimum of one minute added time before half-time.
43' Again Ribery is offered no time to settle as Pereira nibbles at his heels before France again regain the ball.
42' Domenech is barking orders from his technical area. There have been moments of brilliance from France, as Anelka glances a header narrowly wide, but there is also plenty to explain allegations of a split in the camp.
40' Uruguay seem to have figured out Ribery as a tactic of doubling-up on France's main threat is working well after he had started brightly.
39' Perez is lucky not to see yellow with a clumsy challenge. Gourcuff hits the ball towards goal, but it is an easy catch for Muslera.
37' Suarez almost takes advantage of a mistake in the French defence, but again he is denied before again running offside. The Ajax ace will be in the shop window at the finals.
36' Forlan takes a free-kick from almost on the centre circle, but his driven effort is headed away on the edge of the France box. That was a strange one. Either a ridiculous shot, or pointless pass.
35' Anelka is beginning to frustrate. He is trying to do everything by himself when a pass might be a better option and this time he is dealt with by Godin.
34' Suarez thinks he has sneaked in with a goalscoring chance, but he has drifted offside. Forlan offers words of advice to his strike partner.
33' Toulalan does well in the centre of midfield and passes in the direction of the Anelka, however, the forward is once again crowded out by slightly panicking Uruguay defending.
31' A mistake from Anelka as he intercepts a pass from Diaby that was meant for Govou and is offside in the process. Govou would have been through on goal. Domenech has his hands on his head.
30' Half-an-hour gone and it is France who are on top, but Domenech's side do not have a goal for their efforts. Uruguay are very much looking to play on the counter-attack and, predictably, Forlan looks their best bet.
28' Anelka almost brings the ball down for a volley inside the penalty area, but Victorino manages to hook to safety in time.
27' Forlan leaves Gallas in his wake with a brilliant turn (why was he never like that in the Premier League?), but his pass is a little more to his standards in England as he plays the ball without looking.
26' Clever footwork from Diaby to thread a pass to Anelka, but with the striker breaking wide on the right there is nobody in the box to meet his cross. Shame.
25' Ian Walters says: "Sidney Govou = Le théière du chocolat"
24' Good defending from Lugano as France look to break on Uruguay, but the centre-back stands up to Anelka on the edge of the box. The captain has been the pick of the Uruguay team so far.
23' Ribery is gifted the ball, but is crowded out as he again looks to pick the lock of the left-side of Uruguay's defence.
22' Uruguay are still very underwhelming. They are not known for the flair of their South American neighbours, but I was still expecting a little more from Tabarez's team.
20' The corner is cleared and in attempting to regain possession, Ribery earns a booking for shirt-pulling. Good, consistent refereeing from Yuichi Nishimura.
19' Gourcuff takes the set-play from on the touchline and audaciously attempts a shot, which Muslera has to palm away for a corner.
18' It takes two Uruguay defenders to stop Ribery down the left wing and they give away a free-kick.
16' Forlan shows his threat as, having been very quiet, he shoots from the edge of the box and forces a diving save from Lloris. Trademark stuff from the Atletico Madrid striker who can be silent before producing a moment of brilliance.
14' Govou almost meets the delivery, but is not quite tall enough. Uruguay half-clear before Anelka heads a Sagna cross just wide of the target. France are knocking on the door.
13' Lloris is lucky not to give away a corner after misjudging the bounce. Play moves up the field and France win their own corner.
12' Evra goes in the book for pulling the shirt of Diego Perez. Correct decision from the referee.
10' Diaby suffers a rush of blood to the head as the Arsenal midfielder drives across the centre of the pitch before shooting miles wide from about 30 yards. Terrible effort
9' All very scrappy from Uruguay. If France have been undermined by the fact that Domenech will step down after the tournament and reported in-house fighting, there has been no evidence of intent to take advantage in the opening 10 minutes or so.
7' Best chance of the match so far! Ribery cuts in down the left wing and crosses low for Govou, the 'chocolate teapot', who cannot quite get enough on the ball from six yards.
6' France try their luck down the right this time, however, a Sagna cross is cleared with ease.
5' Lugano is fortunate to win a foul when attempting to defend against Anelka. Uruguay look long for Suarez from the free-kick, but Lloris can let the ball roll out for a goal-kick.
4' Ajax star Suarez goes to ground a little easily on the halfway line under the challenge of Evra, who then clears the free-kick for a throw-in.
3' Les Bleus are on the front foot in the opening minutes and are favouring the left wing through Evra, Ribery and Anelka.
2' France are back on the ball and captain Evra looks to feed Anelka with a long pass, but the pass rolls through to Muslera.
1' Ugggh. Not the best start as Ribery fails to control a long ball and Uruguay win a free-kick, which goalkeeper Muslera pumps up field.
' Here come the teams. Uruguay and France emerge from the tunnel to a wall of noise from the Vuvuzelas before a bit of hush for the national anthems.
' Tonight's referee is Yuichi Nishimura from Japan. Republic of Ireland fans might suggest that there are a few things he should be watching out for.
' Green Point is filling up nicely with kick-off rapidly approaching. Keep your thoughts coming throughout the match. France are supposedly in turmoil behind the scenes, but I still reckon they could be dark horses at the finals.
' James Sexton has been in touch with a comment that is about as subtle as a Thierry Henry handball. James says: "Sidney Govou is about as much use as a chocolate teapot, therefore so is the manager who picks him for a top national team."
' Our friends at Skybet have been in touch. Uruguay are available at 11/4, the draw stands at 9/4, while France are on offer at 11/10. It looks like a difficult game to call, Skybet have seen money for both teams but most of it has been for France. In the first goalscorer market, no-one has been interested in backing anyone other than Forlan (6/1) and Anelka (11/2).
' I'm looking forward to watching Franck Ribery in action. He has had his off-field problems recently, but when Zinedine Zidane is not busy nutmegging Damian Lewis or attempting to form an attacking partnership with Mike Myers in charity football, the French legend, and head-butt specialist, tends to spend his time heaping praise on the Bayern Munich playmaker.
' Anne Burnett, an Arsenal fan if memory serves correctly from the club season, is the first to get in touch. Top prize to her. She says: "Aloha from Hawaii. I have been up since 0330 watching the opening game. No Malouda and no Thierry Henry either."
' Deadly attacking duo Luis Suarez and Diego Forlan are the obvious men to watch for Oscar Tabarez's Uruguay, but also keep an eye out for Diego Lugano. The no-nonsense centre-back does not take any prisoners.
' France subs: Mandanda, Reveillere, Planus, Cisse, Gignac, Henry, Malouda, Squillaci, Diarra, Valbuena, Clichy, Carrasso.
' Uruguay subs: Castillo, Fucile, Gargano, Cavani, Eguren, Abreu, Lodeiro, Scotti, Alvaro Fernandez, Sebastian Fernandez, Caceres, Silva.
' No Florent Malouda in the starting line-up for Les Bleus. Has manager Raymond Domenech, who is about as popular in France as Marie Antoinette, got his team selection correct?
' France team news: Hugo Lloris, Bacary Sagna, Eric Abidal, William Gallas, Patrice Evra, Yoann Gourcuff, Jeremy Toulalan, Abou Diaby, Sidney Govou, Nicolas Anelka, Franck Ribery.
' Uruguay team news: Fernando Muslera, Diego Lugano, Diego Godin, Mauricio Victorino, Maximiliano Pereira, Diego Perez, Egidio Arevalo, Ignacio Gonzalez, Alvaro Pereira, Luis Suarez, Diego Forlan.
' The team news is in at Green Point Stadium!
' Here we go then, the second match of the 2010 World Cup from South Africa. Two-time winners Uruguay meet 1998 winners and runners-up four years ago France in Cape Town.

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