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Monday, June 11, 2012
 Full Time
France
1
 
1
England
 0-1J. Lescott  30'
S. Nasri  39' 1-1 
HT: 1-1
Donbass Arena (Attendance: 42,000)
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli
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France vs. England
Minute Commentary
90' HT: FRANCE 1 ENGLAND 1
England secure a more than useful point in their Group D opener after an evenly-contested match against France in Donetsk finishes 1-1. Roy Hodgson's side took the lead after half an hour through centre-back Joleon Lescott, who escaped the attentions of Alou Diarra to head home a perfectly-placed free-kick by Steven Gerrard. Disappointingly, though, England were unable to hold that advantage until the break as only nine minutes later Samir Nasri beat his Manchester City team-mate Joe Hart with a shot towards the goalkeeper's near post from outside the area. Hart made a good save to deny Diarra in the first half and another to prevent Nasri adding a second after the interval following a poor back-pass by James Milner. But the most important intervention came from Danny Welbeck late on, with his leg deflecting a Yohan Cabaye screamer wide of the post. England chances were rare, though they will look back on the glorious opening spurned by Milner when the game was still goalless. With Sweden to come in Kiev this Friday and Ukraine in Donetsk the following Tuesday, the Three Lions will feel with some confidence they can progress through to the last eight.
90' FINE SAVE FROM HART
Hart manages to keep out a 25-yarder from Benzema which bounces in front of him.
90' ENGLAND SUBSTITUTION
Danny Welbeck is replaced by Theo Walcott. There will be three minutes of added time.
89' ENGLAND ON THE ATTACK
Milner's wicked low cross from the right aimed for Welbeck is superbly cut out by Mexes. That was a moment of real danger for the French.
86' GERRARD IN THE WAY
Steven Gerrard gets in the way of a curler from Benzema, but Hart had it covered anyway.
84' FRANCE SUBSTITUTIONS
A double-switch by Laurent Blanc: Yohan Cabaye is replaced by Hatem Ben Arfa, Florent Malouda makes way for Marvin Martin.
81' SHOT DEFLECTED WIDE
Cabaye's sweetly-struck shot was heading for the corner until Danny Welbeck stuck out a leg to deflect it just wide of the post.
80' RIBERY IN THE WARS
Franck Ribery makes a meal of a challenge by Glen Johnson, claiming he has been elbowed in the face. It was a flailing arm, no more.
78' ENGLAND SUBSTITUTION
Jordan Henderson replaces Scott Parker, who has worked his socks off today.
77' ENGLAND SUBSTITUTION
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is replaced by Jermain Defoe.
75' JOHNSON DOES SUPERBLY
Nasri slides a ball through England's backline for Benzema, but Johnson does brilliantly to see the danger and make an important tackle. Hart then beats away a Ribery strike at his near post.
74' WAITING IN THE WINGS
Jermain Defoe is getting ready to come on for England.
73' PASS MASTERS
It's no surprise to see that France have enjoyed more of the ball. They have completed 456 passes so far to England's 270. Still a goal apiece, though, that's all that really matters.
72' ENGLAND BOOKING
Ashley Young is cautioned for a foul tackle on Karim Benzema.
71' PUTTING HIS BODY ON THE LINE
France enjoy some decent possession on the edge of the England box, but Parker, in typical Parker fashion, charges down a rasping shot from Malouda.
70' TRIVIA ANSWER
Earlier we asked you which three players available to play today had scored the most international goals. The answer: Steven Gerrard (England, 19 goals). Jermain Defoe (England, 15 goals). Karim Benzema (France, 13 goals).
68' HARD TO PICK A WINNER
We're three-quarters of the way through this match and there's still nothing to choose between these two sides. France look slightly the more menacing going forward at present.
66' TOO HIGH FROM JOHNSON
Johnson cuts in off the right flank and skies a shot into the stands with his weaker left foot.
65' HART DENIES BENZEMA
Karim Benzema swaps passes with Samir Nasri before letting fly with a 25-yard shot which is in the centre of the goal and easy for Hart to gather.
63' DANGEROUS FROM SET-PIECES
Steven Gerrard's set-piece delivery has been top-notch today. His accurate right-wing corner picks out Terry, who heads against a France defender.
62' FRANCE ARE FUMING
Franck Ribery screams in pain at a tackle from Gerrard and France are furious that England choose to play on with their player on the turf.
60' IT'S TRIVIA TIME
Aside from the suspended Wayne Rooney, these two squads boast only three players between them who have scored ten or more international goals. Name the trio in order of most goals scored for their country. Answer in a few minutes.
58' BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT
Glen Johnson is clearly barged over by Franck Ribery, but not for the first time Mr Rizzoli waves play on and gives the France player the benefit of any doubt.
57' TIME FOR A CHANGE?
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain impressed early on, but he has not been in the match that much in the last 20 minutes. England could bring on Defoe for the Arsenal man and play Ashley Young wide on the left.
55' LOOKING MENACING
Ribery finds Evra on the overlap down the left, but Gerrard is well-placed to snuff out the cross into the centre. France are looking the more dangerous here.
53' REFEREE UNIMPRESSED
Gerrard takes a tumble over Debuchy after collecting a pass from Welbeck on the edge of the penalty area, but our Italian referee waves play on.
52' LEADING BY EXAMPLE
Gerrard picks out a wonderful run from Johnson with a pin-point free-kick, but the full-back loses control as he enters the penalty area.
50' MILNER ESCAPES
A dreadful decision by James Milner sees him try a back-pass with a France attacker (Nasri) in the way, but somehow Joe Hart smuggles it away
48' WEAK IN THE MIDDLE
There are concerns in France about their central defensive partnership of Philippe Mexes and Adil Rami. That early Milner chance highlighted their vulnerability, but England have not given the mobile Danny Welbeck enough of the ball to cause them consistent problems. That must change.
47' AS WE WERE
Neither side has made any changes at the interval. Roy Hodgson will have been quite happy overall with what he saw in that first half.
46' HERE WE GO AGAIN
France get the second half under way.
45' HT: FRANCE 1 ENGLAND 1
It's all square at the break as England find themselves pegged back just before the interval. Roy Hodgson's men seized the initiative thanks to that set-piece goal from Joleon Lescott on the half-hour. The Manchester City central defender profited from some woeful France marking and was able to head home Steven Gerrard's precise free-kick from six yards. France, though, levelled nine minutes later when a long-range strike from Samir Nasri beat his Manchester City team-mate Joe Hart, who will feel he might have done better with a shot aimed towards his near post. France started the more brightly, but England created the first real clear-cut opening of the match on the quarter-hour. Ashley Young slipped an incisive pass inside the centre-backs for James Milner, who did the hard work by rounding Hugo Lloris, only to then stumble and shin a shot into the side-netting from quite an acute angle. Hart had one or two routine early saves to make, but he had to be at his best on 36 minutes when he kept out a powerful header from Alou Diarra, whose follow-up slid just past the far post.
45' BENZEMA THWARTED
Joe Hart denies Benzema at his near-post, keeping out the low shot with his foot.
43' ON THE BACK FOOT
France are in the ascendancy here. Lescott clears a cross from Debuchy, who has impressed for Les Bleus in this first half.
40' MORE ON THAT GOAL
England were defending way too deep. A Ribery pass back found Nasri, whose 20-yard strike came through a ruck of players and beat Hart at his near post.
39' GOAL: FRANCE 1 ENGLAND 1
Samir Nasri levels for France.
36' GREAT SAVE FROM HART
France have a wonderful chance to level. Diarra meets a Nasri free-kick from the right with a superb header which is kept out by Hart and the Marseille man misses another close-range effort when the loose ball is played back in again.
34' ENGLAND BOOKING
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is booked for a scything tackle on Mathieu Debuchy.
31' MORE ON THAT GOAL
It's a first international goal for Lescott. Gerrard delivered a free-kick from the right and Lescott escaped the attentions of Diarra to thump home a header from close range.
30' GOAL: FRANCE 0 ENGLAND 1
Joleon Lescott gives England the lead!
28' WINNERS OR LOO-SERS
Another fascinating fact about the Donbass Arena: there are 227 lavatories with 471 toilets and 333 wash basins, so no excuse not to be back in your seat before the start of the second half.
27' STADIUM FACTS
The Donbass Arena, which is staging today's game, was designed by ArupSport, who also designed the City of Manchester Stadium and Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena. Its official opening was marked by a concert from Beyonce. Which team's set of fans will be singing (albeit probably out of tune) at the final whistle?
25' FULL-BACKS LIKE TO GET FORWARD
Mathieu Debuchy, the right-back, does superbly to beat Ashley Cole down the France right, but no attacker had gambled on the cross being as good as it was and Terry clears easily.
23' BACK IN THE ACTION
Welbeck's limping appreciably, but he will be fine to continue.
22' IN NEED OF TREATMENT
Adil Rami has landed on Danny Welbeck's ankle and the Manchester United striker is in need of the trainer and the magic sponge.
20' ON THIS DAY
England are unbeaten in the five previous matches they have played at major tournaments on June 11. On this day in 1986 they beat Poland 3-0 in the World Cup finals thanks to a memorable hat-trick from Gary Lineker.
18' ALEX HAS HAPPY FEET
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain shows great skill to beat two defenders, but Ashley Young collects the pass in an offside position.
17' HART IN THE WAY
Joe Hart makes an akward but important save to keep out a shot from distance by Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye.
16' BAD MISS FROM MILNER
Young slips the ball through for Milner, who rounds Lloris but scuffs his shot into the side-netting. That was a dismal effort, he really should have scored.
14' SECOND BEST SO FAR
There's no doubt France have been the more impressive side in the opening quarter of an hour. England have yet to settle.
12' NASRI ONLY JUST WIDE
Back come France again. A Samir Nasri snap-shot goes just wide of the post.
11' HART LOOKING ANXIOUS
Yohan Cabaye does well to pick out Franck Ribery in space down the left, but Glen Johnson snuffs out the danger. Hart fluffs the corner, but again Johnson is in the right place to spare his blushes.
9' UNLUCKY OMENS
England have failed to win their opening match in all seven previous European Championships (D3, L4). They have lost the last two - 3-2 v Portugal in 2000 and 2-1 v France in 2004.
7' ENGLAND INJURY SCARE
Fortunately (though not for him), it was to one of the backroom staff. Goalkeeping coach Ray Clemence had to be helped off the field after snapping his Achilles tendon in the pre-match warm-up.
6' TERRY TO THE RESCUE
Benzema almost gets on the end of a neat flick from Nasri, but John Terry makes an important interception. England clear the corner.
5' PHEW WHAT A SCORCHER
It's expected to be around 28 degrees at game time in Donetsk. Let's hope the England boys have taken on those fluids before the match.
4' FAR FROM OVERAWED
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain takes the ball off Rami down the England left, but his cross into the middle is misplaced.
3' LOOKING CONFIDENT
England, in all white, have made a confident start, but Danny Welbeck is caught fractionally offside down the right.
2' OX IN THE BOX
Roy Hodgson on why he picked Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: “He's just been so impressive. He gives us a balance to our team which is really useful. Quite frankly he deserves it.”
1' HERE WE GO
England kick off, attacking the goal to our left.
0' TEAM NEWS
So much for safety-first and negative Roy Hodgson, The England manager has named Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in his starting line-up. Danny Welbeck gets the nod ahead of Andy Carroll to play up front and Joleon Lescott partners John Terry in central defence. Karim Benzema has been passed fit to play in attack for France, as has Alou Diarra, who fills the central midfield role.
0' TODAY'S TEAMS
France: Lloris, Debuchy, Rami, Mexes, Evra, Nasri, Cabaye, Diarra, Malouda, Ribery, Benzema. Substitutes: Mandanda, Giroud, Matuidi, Reveillere, Menez, M'Vila, Martin, Ben Arfa, Valbuena, Clichy, Koscielny, Carrasso. England: Hart, Johnson, Terry, Lescott, Cole, Milner, Gerrard, Parker, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Young, Welbeck. Substitutes: Green, Walcott, Henderson, Carroll, Baines, Jones, Jagielka, Downing, Defoe, Butland. Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy).
0' PREVIEW
Euro 2012 begins in earnest for England fans as Roy Hodgson's unheralded outfit get their campaign underway by facing old rivals France in Donetsk on Monday. Few people expect much of the side who failed so pitifully at the last World Cup, particularly after their squad was decimated by a series of injuries in the build-up. Indeed, escaping their group and reaching the quarter-finals would be viewed as a success in itself this time around. But England need only look to this afternoon's opponents to see a dramatic turnaround in fortunes is possible. Les Bleus claimed just two points from six group matches at the last two major tournaments, finishing bottom of their group both times. Two years ago Nicolas Anelka was sent home in disgrace and Patrice Evra led a dressing room revolt with the players refusing to train. 24 months on, things could hardly be more different. There is harmony once again in the French camp, helped by the fact that they have not lost since Belarus beat them back in October 2010 and Laurent Blanc's men are being talked about in some circles as a good value outside bet to go the whole way. Hodgson could do with a good performance from his defence to deflect some of the criticism aimed his way for deciding to overlook Rio Ferdinand. And don't expect too expansive a formation from an England side who are likely to play on the break as they did in their warm-up matches. “The main thing is to nullify the threat they create around our penalty area,” Hodgson said at his pre-match press conference. “Garez le bus” is French for “park the bus,” just in case you were wondering. Today's match kicks off at 1700BST (1600GMT), so join us around 30 minutes beforehand when we should have the confirmed team news, followed by a live match commentary.
0' PLAYERS TO WATCH
With Wayne Rooney sidelined, the man most likely for England could be Ashley Young, who will be asked to play in the hole behind either Welbeck or Carroll. Young says he is up to the task and relishes playing in a position where he feels he can inflict major damage on the opposition. “That's a nightmare for defenders to defend,” he said. “I enjoy being able to create in that position. It's even better when I get on the score-sheet.” Karim Benzema has scored more goals (seven) and recorded more assists (five) than any other France player since Laurent Blanc took charge. Another player England will have to watch is Franck Ribery, the expansive Bayern Munich midfielder who is difficult to contain when he is in the mood.
0' TOURNAMENT RECORD
France are making their sixth successive appearance in the finals, and can confidently say they will extend that run to seven as they host the tournament in 2016. They have won the tournament twice before, in 1984 when they beat Spain on home soil, and in 2000 when they won 2-1 after extra time against Italy in Rotterdam thanks to a golden goal winner from David Trezeguet. The best England have managed was third place in the 1968 Championships held in Italy. They did, of course, reach the semi-finals at Euro 1996, going out on penalties in a match which was to provide the platform for Gareth Southgate to go on and make his mark advertising pizzas
0' EARLY TEAM NEWS
Roy Hodgson must decide whether Danny Welbeck or Andy Carroll leads the line with Wayne Rooney serving the first of his two-match suspension for aiming a kick at Montenegro's Miodrag Dzudovic in the final qualifying match. With Gary Cahill ruled out of the tournament, Joleon Lescott is likely to play on the left side of central defence, with John Terry being asked to switch and fill an unfamiliar role on the right. France have a major doubt over Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila, who has been having extensive treatment on an injured ankle. M'Vila is probably fit enough to start, but Les Bleus will likely give him additional recuperation time so that he does not reaggravate the problem, thereby putting in doubt his participation in the remainder of the tournament. Blaise Matuidi (hamstring) and Alou Diarra (knee) have both recovered from minor ailments and one of them will be in line to replace M'Vila. In attack, Karim Benzema has been bothered by a back problem, but he will be fit to start.
0' HEAD TO HEAD
There have been 28 previous encounters between the countries, with England winning 16 times, France eight and four matches being drawn. In competitive matches it's honours even, with each side having two victories and two games finishing level. The last meeting between the sides was in November 2010 in a friendly at Wembley which France won 2-1 with goals from Karim Benzema and Mathieu Valbuena, Peter Crouch managing a late consolation for the home side. France also won the last competitive meeting between the sides, at Euro 2004 in Lisbon. Frank Lampard gave England a first-half lead with a header from David Beckham's free-kick, Beckham then had a penalty (won by Wayne Rooney) saved by Fabien Barthez before disaster struck in stoppage time as Zinedine Zidane equalised with a free-kick and then converted from the spot after David James had fouled Thierry Henry.
0' HOW THEY GOT HERE
France finished top of Group D by a single point ahead of Boznia and Herzogovina. They won six, drew three and lost one of their 10 games and the 15 goals they scored was the second fewest among sides to make the finals, ahead of only Greece (14). England finished six points clear at the top of Group G, going unbeaten with five wins and three draws from their eight matches.
0' FORM GUIDE
France have not been beaten in 21 matches and if they avoid defeat today it will represent their second longest unbeaten run ever. England have won four of their last five, keeping clean sheets in all of the games they have won (all 1-0 victories).
0' MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Taking charge of Monday's game is Nicola Rizzoli from Italy, who despite officiating in his first major tournament finals is highly regarded. Rizzoli took charge of Fulham's Europa League final defeat to Atletico Madrid in May 2010. And he sent off Rafael during Manchester United's Champions League exit at the hands of Bayern Munich in April of the same year. The 40-year-old is an architect by day.
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Team Stats
France England
1 Goals 1
1 Assists 1
19 Shots 3
15 Shots on Goal 1
0 Saves 13
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
20 Crosses 13
11 Corner Kicks 4
0 Offside 5
9 Fouls Committed 7
0 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
60% Ball Possession 40%
France
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Hugo Lloris 90 - 0 0 1 0
2Mathieu Debuchy 90 0 0 0 - -
3Patrice Evra 90 0 0 0 - -
4Adil Rami 90 0 0 0 - -
5Philippe Mexes 90 0 0 0 - -
6Yohan Cabaye 84 0 0 0 - -
7Franck Ribery 90 0 0 0 - -
10Karim Benzema 90 0 0 0 - -
11Samir Nasri 90 1 0 0 - -
15Florent Malouda 85 0 0 0 - -
18Alou Diarra 90 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
19Marvin Martin 5 0 0 0 - -
20Hatem Ben Arfa 6 0 0 0 - -

England
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Joe Hart 90 - 0 0 1 7
2Glen Johnson 90 0 0 0 - -
3Ashley Cole 90 0 0 0 - -
4Steven Gerrard 90 0 0 0 - -
6John Terry 90 0 0 0 - -
11Ashley Young 90 0 1 0 - -
15Joleon Lescott 90 1 0 0 - -
16James Milner 90 0 0 0 - -
17Scott Parker 78 0 0 0 - -
20Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 77 0 1 0 - -
22Danny Welbeck 89 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
7Theo Walcott 1 0 0 0 - -
8Jordan Henderson 12 0 0 0 - -
21Jermain Defoe 13 0 0 0 - -
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France vs. England
Minute Event
90' Game Over  France 1-1 England
90' Half Over  France 1-1 England
90' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
90' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
90' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
90' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
90' Substitution  Theo Walcott (on). Welbeck (off). (England)
90' Corner Kick  Steven Gerrard (England)
89' Cross  James Milner (England) - Clearance Out of Play
88' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
87' Foul  Gerrard fouled by Hatem Ben Arfa (France)
86' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
85' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
85' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France)
85' Substitution  Marvin Martin (on). Malouda (off). (France)
84' Substitution  Hatem Ben Arfa (on). Cabaye (off). (France)
84' Foul  Ribery fouled by Jordan Henderson (England)
83' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Clearance In Play
82' Cross  Ashley Young (England) - Defended by Keeper
81' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Defended by Keeper
81' Shot on Goal  Yohan Cabaye (France)
80' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France)
80' Shot  Yohan Cabaye (France)
80' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
79' Foul  Ribery fouled by Glen Johnson (England)
78' Substitution  Jordan Henderson (on). Parker (off). (England)
77' Substitution  Jermain Defoe (on). Oxlade-Chamberlain (off). (England)
76' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
75' Shot on Goal  Franck Ribery (France)
74' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - Intercepted
74' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
73' Foul  Oxlade-Chamberlain fouled by Franck Ribery (France)
72' Throw-In  Franck Ribery (France)
72' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - Intercepted
71' Yellow Card  Ashley Young (England)
71' Foul  Benzema fouled by Ashley Young (England)
70' Shot on Goal  Florent Malouda (France)
69' Shot on Goal  Florent Malouda (France)
68' Offside  James Milner (England)
68' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
68' Corner Kick  Florent Malouda (France) - Defended by Keeper
67' Cross  Patrice Evra (France) - Headed Out - Out of Play
66' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
66' Shot  Glen Johnson (England)
65' Foul  Cole fouled by Yohan Cabaye (France)
65' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
64' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
64' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
62' Foul  Rami fouled by John Terry (England)
62' Corner Kick  Steven Gerrard (England) - Foul
62' Corner Kick  Steven Gerrard (England)
61' Cross  Steven Gerrard (England) - Clearance Out of Play
60' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
60' Goal Kick  Joe Hart (England)
58' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
57' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
57' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
57' Cross  Steven Gerrard (England) - Directly Out
56' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
55' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - Directly Out
55' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
55' Cross  Patrice Evra (France) - Clearance Out of Play
54' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
54' Offside  Ashley Young (England)
52' Cross  Glen Johnson (England) - Overhit
52' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
51' Foul  Oxlade-Chamberlain fouled by Samir Nasri (France)
51' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
50' Corner Kick  Steven Gerrard (England) - Defended by Keeper
49' Cross  James Milner (England) - Clearance Out of Play
48' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
47' Throw-In  Samir Nasri (France)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  France 1-1 England
45' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
45' Shot on Goal  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
45' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
45' Cross  Karim Benzema (France) - Defended by Keeper
45' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Defended by Keeper
45' Shot  Yohan Cabaye (France)
43' Shot on Goal  Florent Malouda (France)
43' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Headed Out - In Play
43' Throw-In  Franck Ribery (France)
43' Cross  Franck Ribery (France) - Headed Out - Out of Play
42' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
42' Cross  Franck Ribery (France) - Clearance Out of Play
41' Foul  Cole fouled by Yohan Cabaye (France)
39' Goal  Samir Nasri (France). Assist by Ribery
39' Shot on Goal  Samir Nasri (France)
39' Shot on Goal  Samir Nasri (France)
36' Foul  Parker fouled by Yohan Cabaye (France)
36' Goal Kick  Joe Hart (England)
35' Shot  Alou Diarra (France)
35' Cross  Franck Ribery (France) - Off Target
35' Shot on Goal  Alou Diarra (France)
35' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - On Target
34' Yellow Card  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (England)
34' Foul  Debuchy fouled by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (England)
33' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
33' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (England)
32' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
32' Cross  Ashley Young (England) - Directly Out
32' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
30' Goal  Joleon Lescott (England). Assist by Gerrard
30' Shot on Goal  Joleon Lescott (England)
30' Cross  Steven Gerrard (England) - On Target
29' Foul  Milner fouled by Patrice Evra (France)
29' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
28' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Defended by Keeper
27' Offside  James Milner (England)
26' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Defended by Keeper
26' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
25' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
25' Throw-In  Samir Nasri (France)
25' Throw-In  Franck Ribery (France)
24' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Clearance Out of Play
24' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
24' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
23' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
21' Foul  Young fouled by Alou Diarra (France)
20' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
20' Cross  Glen Johnson (England) - Directly Out
20' Cross  James Milner (England) - Clearance In Play
19' Foul  Malouda fouled by Steven Gerrard (England)
18' Offside  Ashley Young (England)
17' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (England)
17' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
16' Shot on Goal  Yohan Cabaye (France)
15' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
15' Shot  James Milner (England)
15' Cross  Ashley Young (England) - Off Target
14' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
12' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (England)
12' Goal Kick  Joe Hart (England)
11' Shot  Samir Nasri (France)
11' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Defended by Keeper
9' Cross  Glen Johnson (England) - Intercepted
8' Throw-In  James Milner (England)
8' Cross  Karim Benzema (France) - Clearance In Play
8' Cross  Florent Malouda (France) - Headed Out - In Play
7' Foul  Nasri fouled by Ashley Cole (England)
7' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
6' Foul  Young fouled by Patrice Evra (France)
6' Throw-In  Glen Johnson (England)
5' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
5' Cross  Samir Nasri (France)
3' Cross  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (England) - Clearance In Play
2' Offside  Danny Welbeck (England)
1' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
1' Start Half 

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