|FIFA World Cup 2022: Lionel Messi doesn’t scare us, says France defender Theo Hernandez forward of ultimate|
Messi shall be chasing his first World Trophy on Sunday (Courtesy: Reuters)
By India Today Web Desk: France defender Theo Hernandez is unfazed by the problem of going up in opposition to Lionel Messi within the FIFA World Cup 2022 last, saying that the Argentina star does not scare them.
Messi was as soon as once more amongst the scorers and likewise put in an help as Argentina cruised past Croatia within the semi-final. France additionally gained their semi-final in opposition to the high-flying Morocco because of objectives from Hernandez and Randal Kolo Muani.
Speaking to Raisport, the French left-back stated that it was a unbelievable night and a troublesome match on the finish of the day. Hernandez stated that the defending champions will now take into consideration the ultimate and get well properly.
“It was an unimaginable night, we knew it will be a troublesome match as a result of Morocco are a wonderful workforce however we gained and now now we have to consider the ultimate. It was a unbelievable month, through which now we have labored on daily basis to get to this second: now now we have to get well properly, I’m actually drained,” stated Hernandez.
Hernandez stated that the workforce should be at their 100% in opposition to Argentina and admitted that Messi does not scare the French gamers. The left-back praised the Albiceleste however stated that France may have a number of days to arrange for the ultimate.
“It was good to win this semi-final however on Sunday now we have to be at 100%. Messi doesn’t scare us, Argentina has an unimaginable workforce however now we have a number of days to work and put together correctly,” stated Hernandez.
Hernandez additionally said that enjoying two World Cup finals in a row is an unimaginable second. He additionally stated he can be enjoying for his brother Lucas within the last.
“Playing two World Cup finals in a row is an unimaginable second,” stated Theo Hernandez. “We did a great job. It was laborious, however we’re within the last.”
“We will work laborious to win this last. I even have a giant thought for my brother,” he added referring to Lucas Hernandez, who has been sidelined after struggling a knee harm throughout France’s opening 4-1 group stage win over Australia.