Before heading into the quarter finals, France Coach, Giles Eyquem, anticipated a complicated set of matches ahead.
Ofcourse, with the more suitable approach of tackling their matches one at a time, without worrying about the next match, they took on Germany, after defeating New Zealand in the knock outs.
Now with a total of three wins and two draws, the team is set for the grand final match against Korea DPR.
Before going into the Quarter-finals, a troubled Coach Giles Eyquem said, his team will have to do away with what he termed, “the French Problem,” where they get opportunities, and do not make use of it.
Though most other teams face a similar setback, Eyquem was not one to let his team continue this common error.
Two matches later, and complicated they were, the French side overcame a possessive German side followed by a 2-1 semifinal win over Japan’s Young Nadeshiko’s last evening.
Though the competition is already tough as it is, France has improved their level of play.
Their win over Japan has brought the complexity of the Grand Final match coming up on Saturday against Korea DPR’s versatile team, to its peak.
There can only be one winner, time will tell on Saturday which is the superior side.