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France - Mexico Match Statistics



Scoring Summary
Blanco (79')
Hernandez (64')
Yellow Cards
Eric Abidal (78')
Jeremy Toulalan (45')
Rodriguez (82')
Moreno (49')
Juarez (48')
Franco (4')
Shots Total 47
Shots on goal 02
Fouls 2325
Corners 00
Offsides 24
Possession Time 52.347.7
Yellow Cards 24
Red Cards 00
Saves 00
1Hugo Lloris (G)
2Bacary Sagna (LD)
5William Gallas (CD-L)
3Eric Abidal (CD-R)
13Patrice Evra (RD)
10Sidney Govou (LM)
14Jeremy Toulalan (CM-L)
19Abou Diaby (CM-R)
15Florent Malouda (RM)
7Franck Ribery (RCF)
21Nicolas Anelka (CF)
1Oscar Perez (G)
5Ricardo Osorio (LD)
15Hector Moreno (CD-L)
2Francisco Rodriguez (CD-R)
3Carlos Salcido (RD)
4Rafael Marquez (LM)
17Giovani dos Santos (CM-L)
16Efrain Juarez (CM-R)
6Gerardo Torrado (RM)
11Carlos Vela (RCF)
9Guillermo Franco (CF)
16Steve Mandanda
4Anthony Reveillere
6Marc Planus
8Yoann Gourcuff
9Djibril Cisse
11Andre-Pierre Gignac
12Thierry Henry
17Sebastien Squillaci
18Alou Diarra
20Mathieu Valbuena
22Gael Clichy
13Francisco Ochoa
7Pablo Barrera
8Israel Castro
10Cuauhtemoc Blanco
12Paul Aguilar
14Javier Hernandez
18Andres Guardado
19Johnny Magallon
20Jorge Torres Nilo
21Adolfo Bautista
22Alberto Medina
23Luis Michel

France - Mexico Live Commentary

' Mexico and Uruguay are now level on four points at the top of Group A and still have to face each other, knowing that a draw would take them both through. France and South Africa are three points adrift and set to bow out of the tournament.
' The final whistle goes and France are now on the brink of elimination after going down 2-0 to a vibrant Mexico side.
90+2' Both sides are going through the motions now as Gignac concedes a free-kick for a high boot on Moreno.
90+1' Three minutes of stoppage time have been signalled and it looks as though France are resigned to defeat as the substitutes huddle together and stop limbering up.
90' Valbuena, who has hardly had a touch since coming on, slices a wild volley high and wide from a tight angle.
89' Dos Santos brings down Malouda but escapes a booking after being spoken to by the referee.
88' France mount one last push as Evra causes problems for Mexico down the left, but there is no final ball yet again.
86' Mexico are toying with France now and making them chase shadows with some neat passing in midfield.
84' Hernandez tries to add a third for Mexico but his shot from 20 yards lacks power and that is an easy save for Lloris.
82' France are attempting to drive forward but the Mexican contingent in Polokwane is in good voice despite Rodriguez being shown a yellow card.
80' Abidal was booked for bringing down Barrera but France's main concern now is the scoreline and they need to respond quickly if they are to get back into this match.
79' GOAL Blanco steps up and drills a shot right into the corner past a despairing Lloris, who guessed the right way, to give Mexico a two-goal cushion.
78' PENALTY. Barrera is nicknamed 'Dynamite' in his homeland and he embarks on an explosive run to win a penalty for Mexico, eventually being brought down by Abidal after surging past Evra down the right.
77' Mexico win their first corner of the match and play it short, before Dos Santos' cross is easily claimed by Lloris.
76' Mexico are generally looking comfortable at the back, while they have not lost their goal threat either with Blanco showing some neat touches since coming on.
74' France steal possession from Mexico in midfield and Gignac is released down the right, but he smashes a poor shot high and wide.
72' The lively Dos Santos is caught offside as Mexico look for a second goal that would surely kill off this contest.
71' Dos Santos brilliantly turns Gallas and attempts to square the ball to Hernandez, but he cannot quite find his team-mate.
69' Domenech makes his second change but Henry is not the man coming on. Instead it is Valbuena who takes the place of the ineffectual Govou.
68' With France now committing more men forward, they will be more vulnerable to Mexican counter-attacks.
67' France are already starting to show more urgency after going behind and win another free-kick in a promising position just outside the area, which Ribery floats straight into the arms of Perez.
65' France cannot afford to lose this game as their destiny would no longer be in their own hands in the final group game.
64' GOAL. Hernandez beats the offside trap to latch onto Marquez's exquisite pass and has all the time in the world to go round Lloris and slot the ball home.
63' Marquez tries his luck from distance but his shot is straight at Lloris and a comfortable save for the keeper.
62' Aguirre makes his third and final change as veteran striker Blanco comes on to replace Franco.
61' Both teams have struggled for fluency since the restart but the game is still open and you get the feeling an opening goal is just around the corner.
59' Dos Santos does the same from a deeper, central position. No doubt the ball will be blamed for such inaccuracy.
58' Torrado wastes a free-kick from wide on the left, sending it a long way past his team-mates waiting in the middle and straight out of play.
56' Perez has to be alert at his near post and gets down well to turn a Ribery shot round the post for a corner.
55' Manchester United-bound striker Hernandez enters the fray in place of Juarez.
54' Malouda comes close to breaking the deadlock for France with a powerful strike from the edge of the area that is tipped acrobatically over the diminutive Perez.
53' France look rather devoid of ideas as Ribery plays a hopeful ball forward that runs straight through to Perez.
51' Rather than shooting, Marquez plays in Dos Santos with an inventive free-kick from 25 yards but the chance is wasted as the ball comes back to Barrera and he blazes off target.
50' There have been so many stoppages already in the second half and this time it is Mexico's turn to be awarded a free-kick for a foul on Salcido by Sagna.
49' Moreno becomes the second Mexican player in quick succession to receive a caution for a foul on Malouda.
48' Juarez is booked for a shove on Malouda and that is his second yellow card of the tournament, ruling him out of the clash with Uruguay.
47' France immediately win a free-kick just outside the Mexico area for a foul on Evra by Marquez. Ribery steps up and dinks a little pass over the wall, but it is still cleared to safety.
46' Mexico get the second half started and will be hoping to add a killer instinct to their bright attacking play from the first period. Gignac has come on for Anelka at the interval.
' Hans from Denmark has been back in touch to say that France should bring on Cisse and Henry and take off Govou.
' Big Eddy off the rigs in the Black Sea has been in touch to say that he is keeping his fingers crossed that Mexico can put another nail in France's World Cup hopes and a bit of justice for the Irish Republic. Remember to let us know your views by emailing in at .
' Ryan Coombs from Sky Bet says: Perhaps the most exciting first half 0-0 that we have seen and for all France's possession it is Mexico on the counter that are looking more likely, this hasn't been reflected in the betting though with France still firm favourites at 5/4. The draw though is looking the main runner here so perhaps the smart play is Mexico 'draw no bet' at 13/8 with the game being so level or for the greedy out there why not try 1-0 Mexico at 9/2 with the odd goal likely to nick it.
' The half-time whistle goes and it has been a gripping opening 45 minutes. Unfortunately we have not had a goal yet but there has not been much to choose between the sides and there promises to be more excitement after the break.
45+1' Mexico break quickly but Franco is stopped in his tracks by a cynical foul from Toulalan, who is rightly shown a yellow card.
45' Moreno concedes a free-kick for a foul on Ribery and Anelka shoots straight into the defensive wall.
44' Anelka's shot from the corner of the area is partly blocked by the impressive Rodriguez and trickles through to Perez.
43' More intricate passing from Mexico but they are just lacking a cutting edge with few players willing to gamble and get in the box.
42' The ball breaks to Govou in the Mexico area following a Sagna long-throw, but Marquez stands up tall and takes the full force of his shot on the face.
41' Both sides are continuing to push forward in search of an opening goal and this would be a great time to edge ahead just before the interval.
39' Dos Santos holds off Evra to control Franco's clever pass and drills a shot just wide from 20 yards.
37' Marquez's mistimed sliding challenge results in a free-kick for France 30 yards out but Ribery cannot get his shot past the Mexican wall.
36' Torrado, replaced as captain by Marquez tonight, lets fly with an ambitious strike from distance that sails high into the stands.
35' Anelka does well down the right before digging out a cross that does not quite make it all the way through to Govou at the back post.
33' Barrera almost makes an immediate impact as he gets to Salcido's inswinging cross before Lloris, but cannot quite direct his header home.
32' The corner comes to nothing and Mexico take the opportunity to bring on the speedy Barrera for the injured Vela.
31' France enjoy a decent spell of possession before Sagna wins a corner when his cross is intercepted by Torrado.
30' Vela goes down again, apparently with a hamstring problem, and it looks as though he will have to be replaced.
29' Vela requires treatment from the physio after picking up a knock before gingerly returning to the field.
27' Salcido cuts inside brilliantly from the left and Gallas opts not to close him down, allowing the Mexico full-back to work Lloris with a decent shot that is well saved.
26' Toulalan's terrific right-wing cross nearly finds Malouda but Osorio uses his strength to keep the Chelsea winger at bay.
24' Malouda's presence has certainly given France more of a spark and his persistence is rewarded with a corner, that is well dealt with by the giant Rodriguez.
23' Malouda combines well with Ribery down the France left before the latter's long-range effort is well blocked.
22' It has been an uncomfortable night for the French back line so far but Gallas gets the better of his Arsenal team-mate Vela on this occasion.
21' Juarez is felled by Evra just outside the France area and Dos Santos slams his free-kick straight into the defensive wall.
19' Salcido has time to pull the trigger 20 yards out after rampaging forward from left-back, but his shot flies narrowly wide.
18' The tremendous pace to the game shows no sign of abating as play fluctuates from end to end.
17' The same thing happens at the other end as a promising Mexico move comes to an end thanks to Dos Santos' handball.
16' France look to apply some pressure but that is quickly released when they concede a free-kick for a Govou handball.
14' France win a free-kick in a dangerous position and a cleverly worked move culminates in Ribery lashing a ferocious ball across goal that does not get a finishing touch.
13' At the other end Franco turns inside his defender before smashing an effort over the bar from the edge of the box.
12' Malouda has begun brightly and shows nimble footwork to skip into the box, although he was under pressure and could have gone down looking for a penalty.
11' It has been a very open start with Mexico's front trio causing problems with their movement but France also looking dangerous going forward.
10' Mexico are getting international support with Ricardo from Portugal and Hans from Denmark both emailing in to say they hope Aguirre's men spring a surprise.
9' Marquez plays in Vela with a delightful chipped pass but the Arsenal player, who could also have squared it, blazes a volley over from a tight angle.
8' Mexico have prepared for this tournament with an extensive schedule of warm-up games and are showing good cohesion early on with some slick passing.
7' Perez is called into action for the first time and does well to hold onto a powerful free-kick from distance by Anelka.
6' Uncertainty in the France defence almost lets in Vela but Lloris rushes off his line to clear the danger.
5' Franco appears stunned as he becomes the first player to receive a yellow card for obstructing a free-kick.
4' Evra gets forward well down the left to win a corner and Ribery's corner is dangerous, but headed away to safety.
3' Dos Santos strikes the post with a low effort from the edge of the area but the flag is already raised for offside.
2' France win a free-kick just inside the Mexico half for a foul on Ribery but Malouda's delivery is poor and easily cleared.
1' France get the game started and both teams will know that whoever wins tonight will have one foot in the last 16.
' We are now just a few minutes away from kick-off as the players enter the field for the anthems. There is excellent support for both teams as the now-familiar sound of the vuvezela blares out around the Peter Mokaba Stadium.
' Stu from Spain has been in touch to predict a 2-1 Mexico victory, saying they will be more relaxed after a tough opening game against the hosts, while too much fighting amongst the France squad will be the downfall of Les Bleus.
' France manager Raymond Domenech has left record scorer Thierry Henry and playmaker Yoann Gourcuff on the substitutes' bench, although Florent Malouda does start. Javier Aguirre has kept faith with Oscar Perez in the Mexican goal but makes one change, calling up Hector Moreno in place of Paul Aguilar.
' Mexico: Perez, Osorio, Moreno, Rodriguez, Salcido, Marquez, Dos Santos, Juarez, Torrado, Vela, Franco. Subs: Ochoa, Barrera, Castro, Blanco, Aguilar, Hernandez, Guardado, Magallon, Torres, Bautista, Medina, Michel.
' France: Lloris, Sagna, Gallas, Abidal, Evra, Govou, Toulalan, Diaby, Malouda, Ribery, Anelka. Subs: Mandanda, Reveillere, Planus, Gourcuff, Cisse, Gignac, Henry, Squillaci, Diarra, Valbuena, Clichy.
' This match has all the ingredients to be a thriller. Both sides may have been unconvincing in their opening-day draws but the tournament has really started to ignite over the past couple of days and these two teams are sure to be positive in the pursuit of points. Mexico have promised to attack, while France need a performance to relieve pressure and certainly have the players that can dazzle on the big stage. But what do you think? Let us know your views and predictions by getting in touch at . What kind of encounter are you anticipating? Who will be the key men?
' Welcome to our minute-by-minute commentary of the crucial game between France and Mexico in Polokwane. Uruguay are in a commanding position in Group A after thumping hosts South Africa last night, so these two teams could be battling for just one more spot in the last 16.

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