Clement Lenglet and Antoine Griezmann were both in action for France on Tuesday in their Euro 2020 qualifier against Andorra at the Stade de France.
However, the duo suffered contrasting fortunes in France’s 3-0 win that keeps them top of Group H.
Lenglet scored his first international goal, while Griezmann missed a penalty for the second straight match for France.
GOOOAAAL! @AntoGriezmann floats in an inviting free-kick that @clement_lenglet powers home with his head for his first goal for France! #FiersdetreBleus #FRAAND #EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/gd4Gq1Zvxw— French Team ⭐⭐ (@FrenchTeam) September 10, 2019
However, the duo did link up for Lenglet’s goal. Griezmann whipped in a free-kick from the left for Lenglet to power a header past the goalkeeper.
Griezmann could not get his name on the scoresheet against the minnows though. The Barcelona new-boy saw his penalty on 27 minutes saved - his second miss in four days.
Both Barcelona stars also played 90 minutes again for France. They have now played every minute for club and country this season and will now return to their club to prepare for Saturday’s clash with Valencia.