A splendid inspiration. Selma Bacha (22) stood out this Friday evening against Portugal (2-0), during the first match of the group stage of the Nations League. While regulation time was coming to an end, and Hervé Renard's Bleues were leading by the smallest of marks, the Lyonnaise allowed the French team to take cover, and to consolidate their victory, by unleashing a left-footed shot from almost twenty-five meters. An attempt that was both powerful and precise which left Portuguese goalkeeper Patricia Sousa no chance.
After the match, the player capable of playing on the entire left side was particularly proud to have scored such a goal: “On a personal level, I don't like talking too much about myself, I'm proud of my performance , it's always a source of pride to score for your country. This finalizes the match I was making. I am very happy. The coach said to persevere, continue, stick with it. I took my chance, I'm proud of it, it's incredible to score a goal like that with the spectators who were incredible. We once again showed a beautiful image,” she explained, in comments reported by L’Équipe.
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