World Cup 2022: why the Blues will start as favorites in the eighth against Poland

To begin with, by inheriting Poland, Didier Deschamps’ team avoids the worst. A France-Argentina in the round of 16 in 2022 would not have been a remake of 2018 (4-3) but a sequel that has nothing to do, with an Albiceleste much stronger than in Russia. She has the profile to become unplayable after having had some trouble getting out of the pool. In the meantime, it is therefore Poland, with a history so intertwined with France, yesterday as today, an immigration that goes beyond but includes football, from Raymond Kopa, the legend of Reims, Angers and Real Madrid, to Waldemar Kita, the president of Nantes, to put it simply.

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