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Saturday, 2 September 2000
International Friendly Match celebrating France's Euro Triumph

France 1 England 1 [0-0]
 

Stade de France, Saint-Denis, Paris
Attendance: 76,318;
Kick-off: 8.45pm CEST, 7.45pm BST
Live on Sky Sports 2 (UK) -
Commentator: Martin Tyler

France - Emmanuel Petit (65)
England - Michael Owen (86)
Match Summary
France Squad
England Squad

Team Records
France - Zinedine Zidane (63)
England - Gareth Barry (78)
Results 2000-2005

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Match Summary

Officials from Spain

France

Type

England

Referee (green) - Juan Luis Ansuategui Roca
44 (27 August 1956), FIFA-listed 1991.

Assistant Referees - Luis Nunez Lopez and Bilbano Jimenez Hidalgo

Fourth Official - Avilio Nunez
, France

Guest of honour was former England captain George Hardwick.
16 Goal Attempts 11
5 Attempts on Target 5
0 Hit Bar/Post 0
5 Corner Kicks Won 7
10 Offside Calls Against 2
17 Fouls Conceded 12
54% Possession 46%

France Team

 
Current European Champions Colours: Made by Adidas - Blue v-necked collared jerseys with red chest band and three white pinbands underneath, white/red collar/cuffs/Adidas trim/piping, white shorts with blue/red Adidas trim/red hem trim, red socks with blue trim.

Rank:

FIFA (9 August 2000) 2nd
EFO ranking

ELO rating 1st
Capt: Didier Deschamps, 56th captaincy.
Marcel Desailly, 59th min.
Manager: Roger Leon Maurice Lemerre-Desprez, 59 (18 June 1941), appointed 27 July 1998,
29th match, W 22 - D 5 - L 2 - F 63 - A 28.
France Lineup
1 Lama, Bernard P.M. 36 7 April 1963 G Stade Rennais FC 44 GA
15 Thuram-Ulien, R. Lilian, off 80th min. 28 1 January 1972 RB SSD Parma Calcio 1913 Srl, Italy 63 2
3 Lizarazu, Bixente 30 9 December 1969 LB FC Bayern Munchen eV, Germany 60 2
17 Petit, Emmanuel L. 29 22 September 1970 DM

FC Barcelona, Spain

43 4
5 Blanc, Laurent R., off 59th min. 34 19 November 1965 CD FC Internazionale Milano SpA, Italy 97 16
6 Djorkaeff, Youri R. 32 9 March 1968 AM 1.FC Kaiserslautern eV, Germany 69 26
7 Deschamps, Didier C., off 59th min. 31 15 October 1968 DM Valencia CF SAD, Spain 103 4
8 Desailly, Marcel 31 7 September 1968
born in Ghana
CD Chelsea FC, England 74 2
9 Anelka, Nicolas S., off 46th min. 21 14 March 1979 F Paris Saint-Germain FC 19 5
10 Zidane, Zinedine Y., off 65th min. 28 23 June 1972 AM

Juventus FC SpA, Italy

61 16
Zidane cautioned in the 63rd min., for Unsporting Behaviour for a foul tackle on Dennis Wise.
12 Henry, Thierry D., off 73rd min. 23 17 August 1977 F Arsenal FC, England 23 9
France Substitutes
13 Wiltord, Sylvain, on 46th min. for Anelka 26 10 May 1974 F Arsenal FC, England 19 6
4 Vieira, Patrick, on 59th min. for Deschamps 24 23 June 1976
born in Senegal
M Arsenal FC, England 32 0
18 Leboeuf, Frank A.J., on 59th min. for Blanc 31 22 November 1968 D Chelsea FC, England 32 3
11 Pires, Robert E., on 65th min. for Zidane 27 29 January 1973 M Arsenal FC, England 40 6
20 Trezeguet, David S., on 73rd min. for Henry 22 15 October 1977 F Juventus FC, Italy 23 11
2 Candela, Vincent P.A., on 80th min. for Thuram 26 24 October 1973 D AS Roma SpA, Italy 25 1

unused substitutes:

16-Fabian Barthez, 14-Johan Micoud, 19-Christain Karembeu, 21-Christope Dugarry, 22-Ulrich Rame.

team notes:

Coach Roger Lemerre played for France in their 5-0 defeat against England in March 1969. A match that also featured Youri Djorkaeff's father, Jean.
 
4-2-2-2 Lama
Thuram (Candela), Blanc (Leboeuf), Desailly, Lizarazu -
Deschamps
(Vieira), Petit -
Djorkaeff, Zidane
(Pires) -

Anelka
(Wiltord), Henry (
Trezeguet).

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

England Team

 

Rank:

FIFA (9 August 2000) 13th
EFO ranking

ELO rating 11th
Colours: The 1999 Umbro home uniform - White shadow horizontal striped crew neck jersey with navy collar/cuffs, white Umbro sleeves trim, navy shorts with navy Umbro side trim, white socks with navy pintrim.
Capt: Tony Adams, fourteenth captaincy.
Sol Campbell, second half.
Manager: Joseph Kevin Keegan OBE, 49 (14 February 1951), appointed as caretaker manager 2 February 1999, full-time 14 May 1999.
17th match, W 7- D 7 - L 3 - F 26 - A 14.
England Lineup
1 Seaman, David A. 36 19 September 1963 G

Arsenal FC

60 34 GA
2 Campbell, Sulzeer J. 25 18 September 1974 RB Tottenham Hotspur FC 37 0
3 Barry, Gareth 29 23 February 1981 LB Aston Villa FC 3 0
Gareth Barry cautioned in the 78th min., for Unsporting Behaviour for a foul tackle on Lilian Thuram.
4 Wise, Dennis F. 33 16 December 1966 CM Chelsea FC 20 1
5 Adams, Tony A., off 46th min. 33 10 October 1966 CD Arsenal FC 65 5
6 Keown, Martin R. 34 24 July 1966 CD Arsenal FC 34 2
7 Beckham, David R.J. 25 2 May 1975 CM Manchester United FC 35 1
8 Scholes, Paul, off 79th min. 25 16 November 1974 AM

Manchester United FC

28 10
9 Cole, Andrew A. 28 15 October 1971 CF Manchester United FC 8 0
10 Barmby, Nicholas J., off 83 min. 26 11 February 1974 LM

Liverpool FC

16 3
11 Anderton, Darren R., off 69th min. 28 3 March 1972 RM Tottenham Hotspur FC 28 7
England Substitutes
12 Southgate, Gareth, on 46th min. for Adams 29 3 September 1970 CD

Aston Villa FC

38 1
17 Dyer, Kieron C., on 69th min. for Anderton 21 29 December 1978 RM

Newcastle United FC

6 0
16 Owen, Michael J., on 79th min. for Scholes 20 14 December 1979 F

Liverpool FC

23 8
18 McManaman, Steven, on 83rd min. for Barmby 28 11 February 1972 LM

Real Madrid CF, Spain

30 3

unused substitutes:

13-Nigel Martyn, 14-Phil Neville, 15-Paul Ince, 19-Alan Smith, 22-David James.
 
4-4-1-1 Seaman -
Campbell, Keown, Adams
(Southgate), Barry -
Anderton
(Dyer), Beckham, Wise, Barmby (McManaman) -

Scholes
(Owen)

Cole.

Averages:

Age 29.3 Appearances/Goals - -

 

    Match Report by Mike Payne

 

Source Notes

TheFA.com
Sky Sports
Official Teamsheet
Rothman's Yearbooks
F.A. Yearbooks
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