French U17 Player Mathis Amougou Shines in Victory Against Burkina Faso
Indonesia was the stage for an impressive performance by Mathis Amougou, a young talent from the French U17 team, as they faced Burkina Faso in the World Cup. Amougou’s impact was felt immediately upon entering the pitch, as he played a crucial role in securing a victory for his team.
A Game-Changing Entrance
Initially on the bench, Mathis Amougou made a significant impact when he was brought on at half-time during the match between France and Burkina Faso. It was the Stéphanois player who broke the deadlock, scoring the first goal for the French team early in the second half, courtesy of Lambourde (1-0). Despite a few risky ball losses, Amougou showcased his immense talent throughout the game. With just 10 minutes remaining, Joan Tincres sealed the victory for France with a penalty (2-0), followed by another penalty converted by Gomis, further extending the lead (3-0).
The Bleuets have two more matches on their schedule. They will face the Republic of Korea on Wednesday, November 15 at 10:00 a.m., followed by a match against the United States on Saturday, November 18 at 1:00 p.m.
France 3-0 Burkina Faso (Halftime 0-0)
France: P. Argney, A. Sadi, B. Meupiyou, J. Sanda, Y. Titi, S. Bouabré, N. Ferro, T. Gomis, I. Bouneb, Y. Issoufou, M. Lambourde
Burkina Faso: Traoré, L. Traoré, L. Yaméogo, F. Traore, J. Traoré, A. Ouattara, R. Ouédraogo, I. Soré, C. Camara, A. Bougma, S. Alio