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Emmanuel Macron ‘doesn’t doubt’ France will beat England World Cup clash

Emmanuel Macron says he has “no doubt” France WILL BEAT England in their World Cup clash… after correctly predicting the score AND the top three goalscorers in their 3-1 win over Poland

  • Emmanuel Macron “has no doubt” that France will beat England in the World Cup
  • The French president said he could not yet predict the score, but will venture a guess closer to Saturday’s game when the line-ups are clearer.
  • Macron correctly predicted a 3-1 victory for France over Poland in the round of 16 and assumed that Mbappé, Giroud and Lewandowski would score

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The match between France and England is well and truly after Emmanuel Macron today predicted that Des Bleus will beat the Three Lions in the World Cup quarter-final.

The French president was extremely confident in France’s chances, telling national radio that “I have no doubt that we are going to win.”

Macron, an ardent Marseille supporter, correctly predicted France’s victory over Poland and even guessed the score and scorers.

But he refused to be swayed by the result against England, saying he would give a prediction closer to Saturday’s game.

Emmanuel Macron Doesnt Doubt France Will Beat England In World

Emmanuel Macron has said he has “no doubt” France will beat England in the World Cup quarter-final on Saturday night.

Speaking to radio station RTL early on Tuesday, he said: “I really don’t have any doubts about the fact that we are winning.” I still can’t predict the result… but I think we won.

Macron promised to give a full prediction “the day or the day before” once the likely lineups become clear.

It comes after the French leader correctly predicted that his team would beat Poland 3-1 during the round of 16.

Macron not only gave the correct line of the score, but also guessed that Kylian Mbappe, Olivier Giroud and Robert Lewandowski would be the scorers.

In the event, Mbappe scored twice and Giroud once, taking him past Thierry Henry’s goalscoring record, and Lewandowski earned late consolation through a penalty.

England, meanwhile, swept Senegal 3-0 thanks to goals from Jordan Henderson, captain Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka to set up a scintillating quarter-final clash.

The two nations, historical enemies, have never before met in the knockout stages of an international soccer tournament.

France, the defending champions, come into the match as favourites, but England actually have the most impressive record in this tournament: they have yet to lose a game and have a higher goal difference.

Macron Correctly Predicted A Des Bleus Win Over Poland 3-1 In The Round Of 16, Including That The Scorers Would Be Giroud, Mbappé And Lewandowski.

Macron Correctly Predicted A Des Bleus Win Over Poland 3-1 In The Round Of 16, Including That The Scorers Would Be Giroud, Mbappé And Lewandowski.

Macron correctly predicted a Des Bleus win over Poland 3-1 in the round of 16, including that the scorers would be Giroud, Mbappé and Lewandowski.

England Swept Senegal In Their Last Match To Set Up The Match With France, And They Have The Best Record In This Tournament So Far In Terms Of Games Won And Goal Difference.

England Swept Senegal In Their Last Match To Set Up The Match With France, And They Have The Best Record In This Tournament So Far In Terms Of Games Won And Goal Difference.

England swept Senegal in their last match to set up the match with France, and they have the best record in this tournament so far in terms of games won and goal difference.

Both teams have many of the same strengths and weaknesses: prolific attack fueled by fast wingers, a good midfield, with defense their potential weak point.

Much will depend on his younger talents, particularly Mbappé, who looks like the best player in the world in the games he has played for France so far.

But England have their own promising youngsters in the form of Saka, Phil Foden and Jude Bellingham.

And they may have a secret weapon in right-back Kyle Walker, who has experience playing against Mbappé and is likely to be given the task of keeping him quiet.

The clash is without a doubt the most high-profile match Qatar’s calendar has featured so far and, had the draw gone any other way, it could easily have been a final unto itself.

For that reason, whoever emerges victorious will almost certainly be considered the favorite to lift the trophy.

If England Can Beat France, The Reigning World Champions, They Will Be Firmly In Contention To Lift The World Cup Trophy.

If England Can Beat France, The Reigning World Champions, They Will Be Firmly In Contention To Lift The World Cup Trophy.

If England can beat France, the reigning world champions, they will be firmly in contention to lift the World Cup trophy.

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