The coach of the French national team, Didier Deschamps lauded the stadiums of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, adding that the loss of his team in today's match with Tunisia will never erase the previous performance to qualify for the second round of the tournament.
Responding to a question from Qatar News Agency (QNA) in the press conference held after the end of the game between France and Tunisia, Deschamps said that the stadiums of Qatar are beautiful, pointing out that he saw three very good stadiums with fantastic football pitches, he added.
He said that he did not risk the key player of the team that started the game with Tunisia, adding that the aim was to involve some players to protect the team from exhaustion and injury and offer them a chance to have a rest.
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