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Kylian "Kill Them" Mbappe gets another Gold For France

France were delegated UEFA Nations League champions with a 2-1 victory over Spain on Sunday evening. 

Two-objective legend Ferran Torres was passed fit and fired up top for Spain, as Les Blues gave starts to Aurelien Tchouameni in midfield and Presnel Kimpembe in the cautious divider. 

Spain nearly fell behind five minutes in after Les Blues counter-squeezed through the center and string in Karim Benzema, yet Cesar Azpilicueta gathered up the danger. 

The Spaniards kept on upsetting the French as the half dieed down with supported ball ownership, as Marcos Alonso bored a free-kick barely past the base corner. 

France's dissatisfactions stretched out to the burrow five minutes to halftime, as Dayot Upamecano removed his preparation stuff to supplant Raphael Varane who had capitulated to a physical issue. 

Les Blues kept on tracking down the going extreme as the subsequent half got in progress, however could've been ahead minutes in through Theo Hernandez's short proximity shot that hit the underside of the bar. 

It is a possibility that Les Blues lived to mourn scarcely a moment later as Mikel Oyarzabal disregarded close to side a test by Upamecano to fire into the furthest corner. 

France didn't wreck about and went level quickly when Benzema drew a reduction from far wide of the space prior to twisting in off the lead hand post in the wake of opening a yard of room. 

Benzema should've gone on to a support a little from there on from a brilliant endeavor outside the space and with Unai Simon got out, however he went over. 

The title holders turned the game around as of now after Kylian Mbappe ran onto a pass in behind to beat Simon with a low completion from point-clear reach, with calls for offside excused. 

France nearly discarded their lead close to the end, however Hugo Lloris made two advising stops to repel Oyarzabal as Les Blues got their first UEFA Nations League title. 

Source: association/uefa-countries association match-report-spain-v-france/706777

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