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France are the champions

After the frustration in the Euro 2020, the World Champions – France regrouped and decided to bag home a trophy this year. It really does not suit the style of a team like France to go trophy-less in a season where two events took place. The Euro was missed against Switzerland but the UEFA Nations League was won by beating Spain.

World Champions reach the final

In one of the thrilling contests of this year, the World Cup Champions – France made it through to the final of UEFA Nations League by beating the number 1 team according to FIFA Ranking – Belgium. It was a fightback that would be etched in the memories of fans who watched the match live. When you fight, you don’t lose – France deservingly would meet Spain in the final.

Young Spain reach the final

It was time for revenge against the Euro Champions for a Spanish unit that is still young but bustling with energy and motivation. The opportunity came in the semifinal of the UEFA Nations League. The Italians failed to reach the final as young Spain would feature in the final.

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