EdF: Deschamps and the big surprise Camavinga

Forced to react after the injury of Lucas Hernandez, Didier Deschamps could make Eduardo Camavinga the understudy of Théo Hernandez during the World Cup with the French team.

After only ten minutes of the first match of the World Cup in Qatar, Lucas Hernandez was injured against Australia and the Bayern Munich defender is already out of the rest of the competition. Victim of a cruciate ligament rupture, Lucas Hernandez will leave a big void in the French team, where he has been a leader since 2018. On the field, his absence will be compensated by his brother, at least as good as him in recent times. years. On the other hand, Didier Deschamps no longer has a left-handed defender to fill a possible glitch from Théo Hernandez. This is how according to TF1, Le Parisien or even L’Equipe, Didier Deschamps thinks of Eduardo Camavinga for this role. Unused against Australia unlike Fofana, Tchouaméni and Rabiot, who play in his position, the Madrid player could gain playing time with an astonishing retraining.

Camavinga lining Théo Hernandez on the left?

During the friendly match played on Wednesday by France’s substitutes against the Qatari D1 team Al-Markhiya, Eduardo Camavinga played as left-back, Jordan Veretout, Youssouf Fofana and Mattéo Guendouzi playing in midfield. The former Rennais did pretty well and even managed to score a goal. A solution which is therefore obvious for the staff of Didier Deschamps in lining of Théo Hernandez, now indisputable in this position of left side. “I will find other solutions. But hey… If we want to be quiet, we have to take thirty-three players, with all the positions tripled. There is Théo who is there and then afterwards, there will be other alternatives. confided Didier Deschamps at the end of the match against Australia. This alternative is called Eduardo Camavinga but let’s hope for the Blues and for Théo Hernandez that Didier Deschamps will not need to test it in a match.

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