Reports .. UEFA opens an investigation with the German national team defender after his contact with Pavard


Press reports revealed that German national team defender Ruben Gossens will be subject to investigation by the European Union “UEFA”, after his strong confrontation with Benjamin Pavard, the full-back. France national teamDuring the match between the two teams yesterday, Wednesday, in The European Nations Cup “Euro 2020”, which ended with the victory of the national team with a goal, at the “Allianz Arena”, in the first round of Group F competitions..

Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard suffered a head injury after a strong challenge with Atalanta’s back Robin Gossens, during Tuesday’s match, which was held in Munich, Germany.

Pavard confirmed after the match that he felt dizzy for 10 to 15 seconds due to this injury before returning to the field again.

Radio “Monte Carlo” reported that the European Football Association “UEFA” has opened an investigation into the “dangerous collision” of Germany’s defender Robin Gossens against Benjamin Pavard during the two teams’ match yesterday, Tuesday, in the sixth group of the European Nations Championship “Euro 2020”.

And Monte Carlo indicated that Gossens could be suspended from participating with the German national team in the next match, which will be against Portugal, next Saturday.

The goal of France’s victory in the match came through Germany’s defender Mats Hummels, in the 20th minute, by an own goal, after turning Lucas Hernandez’s cross past Manuel Neuer.

In the second half, a goal by French star Kylian Mbappe was canceled in the 65th minute with a wonderful shot to the left of Manuel Neuer, due to offside.

The video technology “VAR” also canceled another goal of the national team, Karim Benzema, in the 84th minute, for offside as well.

The French national team ranked second in Group F with 3 points, behind the superior Portugal team on goal difference, after its big victory over the Hungarian team 3-0..



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