France team: An incredible revolution caused by Deschamps… at Real Madrid?


While Lucas Hernandez had to withdraw from the World Cup after the first match against Australia, Didier Deschamps repositioned Eduardo Camavinga as left-back against Tunisia. Which could give ideas to Carlo Ancelotti on the side of Real Madrid.

After Karim Benzema, Didier Deschamps lost Lucas Hernández. Serious knee injury since the first match of the World Cup against theAustraliathe defender of Bayern had to forfeit the rest of the competition.

Camavinga launched left back by Deschamps

To compensate for the lack of Lucas Hernandez, Didier Deschamps decided to trust his brother and alternate Theo. However, in order not to risk a new injury, the coach of the team of France repositioned Eduardo Camavinga as left-back against the Tunisia. A choice that could give ideas to Carlo Ancelotti, the coach of Real Madrid.

Camavinga repositioned by Ancelotti thanks to Deschamps?

When announcing his list, Didier Deschamps preferred to dispense with the services of Ferland Mendy, opting for brothers Hernandez (Lucas and Theo) for the left-back position. While he now only has one player accustomed to playing this role in his group, the coach of Blues replaced Eduardo Camavinga, who is left-handed but a midfielder. Having both Ferland Mendy and D’Eduardo Camavinga in its workforce, Carlo Ancelotti could be inspired by Didier Deschamps and use the old Rennais Stadium in the left corridor of the defense of the real Madrid After the World Cup. Especially since Ferland Mendy and David Alaba haven’t been in great form as a left-back since the start of the season, and thatEduardo Camavinga is subject to heavy competition in the midfield. To be continued…

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