France vs. Uruguay: FIFA U20 World Cup Final Live Score, Highlights, Recap
France 0-0 Uruguay (4-1 after penalty kicks)
FRANCE WIN THE 2013 UNDER-20 WORLD CUP!
France 4-1 Uruguay (Foulquier)—Tucked out of reach of De Amores into the corner. FRANCE HAVE WON THE UNDER-20 WORLD CUP
France 3-1 Uruguay (Olaza)—The substitute fires his shot down the centre.
France 3-0 Uruguay (Ngando)—Again calmly rolled into the corner to the keeper's right.
France 2-0 Uruguay (De Arrascaeta saved)— Another fine save from Areola low to his right.
France 2-0 Uruguay (Veretout)—Calmly stroked into the bottom corner.
France 1-0 Uruguay (Velazquez saved) - Areola gets down low to his right to make a good stop.
France 1-0 Uruguay (Pogba) - Low to the keeper's right.
Here we go then. France vs. Uruguay heads to penalties. Who will win the World Cup (of sorts) for their country. France to take first.
FULL TIME (A.E.T. France 0-0 Uruguay)
120' Avenatti wastes the chance of one final attack with a stumble in the area. It appears we are headed for penalties.
118' Another France attack comes to an end at the feet of Sanogo. He's not having a good evening thus far.
116' Uruguay win the ball from the free-kick and counter quickly. France, though manage to slow the advance and, eventually, a foul is given against Avenatti challenging for a cross.
114' Paul Pogba wins a free-kick in midfield for France. It will be delayed, though, as Pierre Yves Polomat replaces the injured Lucas Digne.
Ngando coming on for Bosetti? Strange substitution. Penalties in mind? He's not injured and he certainly was an improvement on Bahebeck!— FFW (@FrenchFtWeekly) July 13, 2013
112' Axel Ngando replaces Alexy Bosetti for France.
110' Veretout looked to have been knocked cold by a strike to the face there. However, after some treatment, he's up and walking about. Seems to be ok to continue.
108' Uruguay playing some nice football in midfield. La Celeste on top for the moment.
106' Back underway for the second period...
HALF TIME (in ET): France 0-0 Uruguay
104' Excellent defending from Zouma helps cut out a De Arrascaeta through ball. Needed to get there with Lopez waiting to pounce.
102' Avenatti controls a Lopez through ball and strikes powerfully at goal. Saved by Areola, but the offside flag was raised.
99' Lucas Olaza coming on for Uruguay as injury strikes yet again. This time Rodriguez is stretchered off.
96' De Arrascaeta the latest to test Areola as he creates space for a shot from 20 yards and curls an effort towards the bottom corner. Comfortable save in the end.
Uruguay have started extra time on fire with a number of chances already. Need to convert one ASAP!— Football Uruguay (@footballuruguay) July 13, 2013
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