We had no room for error, says France coach Renard after Brazil win

We had no room for error, says France coach Renard after Brazil win

Coach Herve Renard expressed his unwavering belief in his France team’s ability to recover from a lackluster start to their Women’s World Cup campaign. This conviction was validated when his side defeated Brazil 2-1 in Brisbane, reigniting their pursuit of the title. Captain Wendie Renard’s 83rd minute header secured a late victory over the South Americans, dispelling any concerns that arose from France’s goalless draw with Jamaica in their Group F opener.

Renard emphasized his trust in his players, stating, “I told you that I trusted my girls.” He had confidence that they would deliver a strong performance, given their preparation, concentration, and determination to get back on track. Reflecting on the previous match against Jamaica, Renard acknowledged the lack of efficiency but highlighted the value of a shaky start, as it serves as a wake-up call and motivates a quick recovery. He emphasized the importance of avoiding mistakes, stating, “today we knew we did not have the right to make any mistakes.”

From the outset, Renard’s team displayed impressive energy and commitment. They dominated the game, with Eugenie Le Sommer scoring the opening goal in the 17th minute. However, Debinha’s equalizer in the 58th minute put France at risk of entering their final group game against Panama without a win. It was then that Captain Renard’s powerful downward header secured the crucial points.

Herve Renard commended his team for their victory over Brazil, acknowledging the strength of their opponents. However, he reminded them that this was only the second game of the competition and urged them to maintain their focus and mindset for the upcoming matches.

In conclusion, Coach Herve Renard’s unwavering belief in his team was vindicated as France bounced back from a slow start to their Women’s World Cup campaign with a 2-1 victory over Brazil. The captain’s late goal sealed the win, providing a much-needed boost for the team. Renard praised his players but reminded them to stay focused for the remaining games.

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