ANDThe 14-0 that France gave to Gibraltar the other day was the biggest victory ever seen in a European qualifying match. I overcame Germany’s 10-0 lead against San Marino and crushed it with no regrets to a much lower selection.

If this result were possible, perhaps Didier Deschamps has a lot to do with it. The French coach, in his half-time speech and With the score now 7-0, he encouraged his players not to stop and score as many goals as possible. He considered how best to respect them and in the process they overcame and set a new record. That’s right, France scored seven more in the second half and set a historic record.

Deschamps was aware of the record and mentioned it to his students at half-time to motivate his players, who listened to him and didn’t stop.


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