After numerous clashes between supporters at a football match, he began to develop misunderstandings and anger. It ends on Sunday 19 December with the fireworks of a French victory. French athletes prepare gifts for their supporters on the last sports weekend before the holiday.
In addition to the French handball team vice world champion, the tricolor at home is also biathlon. In short, the weekend ended much better than it started, with new serious incidents in the stands between FC Paris and Lyon.
Handball: France loses in final
The weekend could have ended with fireworks. This went on almost for a while before turning into a nightmare. Laura Glaser’s teammates lost in the World Championship final (29-22) after a great game. However, France did the toughest at the start of the game, extending the lead (16-12) at half-time. Finally got to the second quarter, completely missed, and it was fatal for Les Bleues.
A few months after the Olympics, the Olympic champion had just missed out on the double.
Biathlon: Celebrating Tricolores in Grand-Bornand
This weekend, French men and women are making a splash at home at Le Grand-Bornand. By earning his first massive start of the season on Sunday, Emilion Jacquelin secured his third solo win of his career ahead of compatriot Quentin Fillon Merlet. Enough to lead and succeed in the World Cup general classification… Chasing champion Quentin Fillon Merlet the day before.
What an intense final! Emilien Jacquelin’s 3rd World Cup victory @Bathathlon ALGB Mass start!
— BMW IBU World Cup (@IBU_WC) December 19, 2021
Among the women, Julia Simon had an almost perfect weekend: second in the chase on Saturday, then second in the group race on Sunday.
Coupe de France: Merit at the meeting point, but done
They are three Ligue 1 clubs eliminated by lower-level opponents. Metz, Angers and Troyes were beaten by Bergerac (N2), Linus-Monreuri (N3) and Nancy (L2) respectively. However, there is no problem for Ligue 1 leaders like Nice, Marseille, Monaco, Montpellier and Lens.
Another feat of the weekend: the residents of Cannes National 3 beat Dijon (Ligue 2).
Paris FC-Lyon, clashes and lows
Three weeks without incident in the stands must have started too long for some supporters. Unfortunately, a scuffle broke out in the Lyon car park on Friday during the 32nd round of the French Cup at the Challetti Stadium in Paris. Fighting ensued, even forcing spectators to hide on the lawn at halftime.
Result: The game was stopped and the two teams did not decide the winner. A Disciplinary Committee will decide the fate of the game. Another loss was also for the image of French football.