After each round, find the recap of what the players who have passed through the Maurice Revello Tournament and are competing in the World Cup did.
A first for 20 years. By qualifying for their second consecutive World Cup final, the French team has achieved a historic feat. Brazil (1994 - 1998 - 2002) was the last team to reach the final of a World Cup at least twice in a row. The French team beat England in the quarter-finals last Saturday after a crazy and intense match (2-1). If Aurelien Tchouameni and Olivier Giroud were the goal scorer, it's definitely Hugo Lloris who was the man of the match. The best goalkeeper of the 2006 Maurice Revello Tournament made a number of excellent saves to keep out England's attempts, particularly those of Harry Kane (6 saves in total). This was a great way to celebrate his 143rd cap, a figure that makes him the most capped player in Les Bleus' history. The French captain then repeated the feat in the semi-final against Morocco on Wednesday (2-0). The former Lyon man also saved a fine shot from Ounahi in the first half. Lloris and his team-mates will face Argentina on Sunday in a final that promises to be a thriller.
Another goalkeeper who has shone in the last few rounds is Yassine Bono. The Moroccan goalkeeper had a perfect game in the quarter-final against Portugal on Saturday (1-0). The Moroccan goalkeeper, who took part in the Tournament in 2012, was imperial in his goal, signing a new clean sheet to send his team to the semi-finals. It was a historic performance for an African team. The Sevillian could not do anything against France in the semi-final, but like his Atlas Lions teammates, he has marked this World Cup and the history of the Moroccan national team.
The number of World Cup games played by Hugo Lloris, the highest total for a goalkeeper, tied with Germany's Manuel Neuer.
The number of World Cup finals played by Argentina in its history. Only Germany has more (8).
Against England, France became the first team in World Cup history to win a match after conceding two penalties.
The number of penalty shoot-outs Argentina have won in the World Cup, a record.
In percentage terms, Morocco's possession against France in the semi-final was their highest in the competition.
The number of World Cup finals played by France in the last 7 editions. No other team has done better.
The number of defeats France have suffered in the World Cup when leading at the break.
THEY ARE QUALIFIED FOR THE FINAL
Argentina : German Pezzella (2009), Alejandro Gomez (2009) - Manager: Lionel Scaloni (1998)
France : Hugo Lloris (2006), Steve Mandanda (2005), Axel Disasi (2018), Adrien Rabiot (2014) - Manager: Didier Deschamps (1988)
THEY WILL PLAY THE 3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF
Morocco : Yassine Bono (2012), Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti (2015), Nayef Aguerd (2015), Badr Benoun (2015), Abderrazak Hamdallah (2012)
THEY ARE ELIMINATED
Belgium : Koen Casteels (2013), Yannick Carrasco (2013)
Brazil : Alisson (2013), Ederson (2014), Daniel Alves (2002), Marquinhos (2014), Antony (2019), Pedro (2019)
Canada : James Pantemis (2018), Derek Cornelius (2018), Liam Millar (2018), Ike Ugbo (2017), Jonathan David (2018) - Manager : John Herdman (2018)
Costa Rica : Ronald Matarrita (2015) - Manager : Luis Fernando Suarez (1999)
England : Jordan Pickford (2015 & 2016), Aaron Ramsdale (2018), Eric Dier (2014), Conor Gallagher (2019), Jack Grealish (2016) - Manager : Gareth Southgate (2014 & 2016)
Japan : Maya Yoshida (2008), Takehiro Tomiyasu (2018), Ko Itakura (2018), Hiroki Ito (2017), Ao Tanaka (2019), Daichi Kamada (2016), Kaoru Mitoma (2019), Takumi Minamino (2016), Yuki Soma (2019), Takuma Asano (2016), Ayase Ueda (2018)
Mexico : Guillermo Ochoa (2005), Nestor Araujo (2011 & 2012), Gerardo Arteaga (2018 & 2019), César Montes (2018), Hector Moreno (2006), Jorge Sanchez (2018), Roberto Alvarado (2018), Uriel Antuna (2018), Hector Herrera (2012), Raul Jimenez (2012) - Manager : Gerardo Martino (1983)
Netherlands : Steven Berghuis (2012), Vincent Janssen (2015)
Portugal : Rui Patricio (2009), José Sa (2013 & 2014), Danilo Pereira (2011), Ruben Dias (2016), João Cancelo (2014), João Mario (2013), Bruno Fernandes (2014), Vitinha (2019), Cristiano Ronaldo (2003), Ricardo Horta (2014), Gonçalo Ramos (2019)
Qatar : Saad Al Sheeb (2010), Meshaal Barsham (2019), Yousef Hassan (2014), Homam Ahmed (2018), Abdulaziz Hatem (2009 & 2010), Akram Afif (2014), Ahmed Alaaeldin (2015) - Manager : Félix Sanchez Bas (2014)
Senegal : Kalidou Koulibaly (2011), Abdou Diallo (2016), Nampalys Mendy (2012 & 2013)
South Korea : Kang-In Lee (2018)
Tunisia : Mouez Hassen (2014)
USA : Kellyn Acosta (2013), Jordan Morris (2013 & 2015) - Manager : Greg Berhalter (1994)
Wales : Joe Rodon (2017), Chris Mepham (2017), Mark Harris (2017), Daniel James (2017) - Manager : Rob Page (2017)