Russia | FIFA World Cup 2018: Crossing young stars is difficult for kangaroos

Kazan, AFP The French team that qualifies for the Football World Cup along with the spectacular performance will not be easy for the Australia team to cross the young stars of their team when they enter their Group C match in Kazan on Saturday.

France’s team is the runner-up of the 2016 Euro Championships. He missed the title with a defeat from Portugal on his home ground, but for the Russia World Cup, he has successfully qualified with the campaign and will try to keep his goal alive from the beginning.

The French team made their campaign four years ago with a 3-0 win over Honduras in the World Cup in Brazil. This time, French coach Didier Deschamps has many good options and he is hoping for a winning start in Kazan. The most trusted team in the forward line is at 19-year-old Kalyan Mbape, 21-year-old Oussman Daniele, and Anthony Greizman.

On the other hand, the Australian team has made a place in the final through the playoffs and Tim Cahill has scored for the team on important occasions. Cahill, who scored five goals in the last World Cup, is now 38 years old. If Cahill is able to score this time, then he will join the elite group of Great Pelé, Uwe Sealer, and Miroslav Klose in the four World Cup goals.

Australian coach Bert van Marwijk can fight against the team with young stars, like France 3-4-1-2, while France likes the 4-4-2 style. – The winner of the 1998 France team came to Russia for the 15th time in the World Cup. At that time the winner was coach of the team, now the coach of the current team

Australia, who played the 2006 World Cup, reached the final 16 in this edition and this is the best performance ever.

38-year-old Austrian striker Tim Cahill is ready to score goals in his fourth World Cup. He has scored 50 goals in 105 appearances in his career. When France and Australia teamed in -2013, the French team won this match 6-0