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Jan Sommer saved Kylian Mbappe’s final penalty kick as Switzerland beat world champions France 5-4 after a thrilling 3-3 draw and advance to the quarter-finals of the European Football Championship, where they face Spain in St Petersburg on Friday.
Switzerland stunned their opponent after a quarter of an hour, when Seferovic’s goalkeeper jumped higher than Clement Lenglet To convert a Steven Zober pass Heading into the goal.
Switzerland could have extended their lead but Ricardo Rodriguez missed a penalty that Hugo Lloris saved in the second half.
Karim Benzema scored two goals in 103 seconds, and Paul Pogba scored with an amazing shot from outside the penalty area to turn France from its delay to advance 3-1 15 minutes from the end.
But Seferovic He closed the gap with another header In the 81st minute, then Mario Gavranovic equalized near the end.
The crossbar received a shot from the French substitute Kingsley Coman in the last moments, ending the regular time with a 3-3 draw.
and why Either team could win the match in overtime.
After scoring the first nine penalty kicks, Mbappe took the last kick, but goalkeeper Sommer jumped in the right direction to clear the ball and take his country to the quarter-finals.
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