Taking advantage of the avalanche of injuries, Eduardo Camavinga started for France against Denmark on Sunday night in the Nations League.
Lined up alongside Aurélien Tchouaméni in Copenhagen, the former Stade Rennais midfielder did not shine. Quite comfortable during the first half hour, when the French team was well placed, Eduardo Camavinga fell to pieces afterwards, like the Blues. Less technically precise, the Real Madrid midfielder did not recover many balls either. Overall, ‘Cama’, as he is known within the tricolor group, dropped points in the World Cup race, while Didier Deschamps will unveil his Qatar roster in early November. According to information from L’Equipe, Eduardo Camavinga was very affected by the criticism towards him after his mediocre performance against Denmark, knowing very well that he played very well in this test match.
Camavinga lost big against Denmark
“With his family, the community has made an observation in recent hours: he found the criticism of him a bit harsh” L’Equipe raises, also confirming that Eduardo Camavinga had a mask on when leaving the Parken in Copenhagen on Sunday night. The national newspaper also reveals that Camavinga has never been unanimous within Didier Deschamps’ squad and that this rather unsuccessful match will reinforce the disparate opinion of certain assistants to the tricolor coach. In midfield, Aurélien Tchouaméni, on his side, confirmed his ticket to Qatar. Excellent against Austria, the Real Madrid midfielder was a beacon in the storm for his teammates in Copenhagen and little by little he is establishing himself as a midfielder due to the absences of Paul Pogba and Ngolo Kanté. On this pitch, Adrien Rabiot should also be on the trip to Qatar in a month and a half, probably instead of Jordan Veretout or Mattéo Guendouzi as Youssouf Fofana made an excellent impression on the Blue and White squad.