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“I hope to gain momentum,” says Raphaël Varane

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Jean-François Pérès, edited by Alexandre Dalifard
6:59 p.m., November 27, 2022

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With its victory against Denmark, the French team is qualified for the round of 16 of the World Cup. The day after this success, Théo Hernandez and Raphaël Varane were at a press conference. Back just in time for the world, the vice-captain of the Blues says he wants to play and gain momentum.

By winning against Denmark (2-1), France secured their ticket to the round of 16 of the 2022 World Cup and put an end to the curse of the champions. The day after this victory, Théo Hernandez and Raphaël Varane were at a press conference. Asked first, the AC Milan defender said he was now playing for two, for himself and for his brother, the unfortunate Lucas injured in the first meeting against the Australians. Théo Hernandez made a very good start to the competition and seemed to fit in perfectly with this Les Bleus team.

Raphaël Varane wants to play

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On the side of the vice-captain of the France team, happiness is great the day after this victory. Back just in time for the World Cup and established for the first time in the competition against the Danes, Raphaël Varane savors this pleasure. “It’s never easy to resume a very high level match during a World Cup. But I was ready and I worked a lot to be here. I continue to train to regain 100% of my abilities. and I hope to increase in power during this competition”, he specifies.

Next Wednesday against Tunisia, Raphaël Varane wants to be in the field for the start of the match and has made this known to Didier Deschamps. Even if this third match does not present any challenge for the Blues, the vice-captain wants to “find playing time, rhythm”, to be at 100% as quickly as possible.

Source: Europe1

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