Christophe Dugarry: “The Portuguese are frustrated, disgusted by the great, great, very great Zidane.”

Christophe Dugarry: “The Portuguese are frustrated, disgusted by the great, great, very great Zidane.”

in Rothen is on fire at RMC, Christophe Dujaryformer player Girondin de Bordeaux As a consultant, he returned to the 2000 European Championship, which he played and won with the French national team. He mentioned theSemi-final France – Portugal. Nuno Gomez opened the score, then Thierry Henry equalised. Extra time and there Abel Xavier's hand in the 117th minute awarded a penalty kick for the Blues. There was a golden goal rule and the penalty kick was taken by Zidane. There was a terrible controversy for months.

What if they say there is an unintended hand in the box? It expands the surface of its body. If he does not put his hands there, the goal is scored because it is on the goal line. It could have been somewhere else, I say to myself: Well, why not! But there, from the moment he is on his line and expands the surface of his body, there is no subject. Let us still remember this Zizou match. This is one of the biggest matches the French national team has played for Zizou. She's a broom throughout the game. It's atmospheric, it's artistic. He succeeds in everything he does, he is a giant in this match! The Portuguese are devastated, and they are disgusted. He's a big, big, very big Zidane. If we ask him the question, I am convinced that it was one of his five greatest matches with the French national team.”

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