Les Bleues got off to a bad start in this second match of the Basketball World Cup

11:21 a.m.

⏱️ Les Bleues are away at the end of this third quarter (30-45). We saw everything: a failed ename from home (a gap of more than twenty points), before the Habs found a little address. They are a bit far to grab a victory, but we will have to reduce the gap as much as possible.

10:59

⏱️ Here we go again! Let’s hope that the Blues have set the sights during the break!

10:59

Time for the reaction for the Blues?

Alexia Chartereau leaves the floor looking defeated. Photo: Brendon Thorne / AFP.

10:46

⏱️ It’s the break and France is led and abused! Les Bleues are twelve points behind at half-time (17-29) and miss their start. Canada finished strong in this second quarter time, while the Blues did not manage any of their three-point shots (0/6).

10:32

Unsportsmanlike foul by Shay Colley against Marine Fauthoux. The Habs pass one of its two free throws (2/4).

10:29

Q2, 5′ – 13-17

New counters blocked! The clumsiness of the two teams is terrible.

10:25 a.m.

Q2, 2′ – 11-17

Les Bleues also start this second quarter badly: already plus eight for Canada (9-17).

Fortunately, Gabby Williams wakes up and opens her counter (1/5).

10:21 a.m.

⏱️ It’s the end of this first quarter, catastrophic for the Blue. They are only 22% successful against baskets. loss of bullets, bad choices and clumsiness in shooting… France is already six points behind Canada (9-15), not necessarily more in the legs.

10:18 a.m.

Q1, 9′ – 9-13

France recalls at a length thanks to Berkani. But Canada continues with 2 points and a foul by Touré. That’s plus four for Canada.

10:15 a.m.

Q1, 8′ – 7-10

The counter is blocked on both sides. Both teams fail to score and stupidly lose balls!

10:12 a.m.

Q1, 6′ – 7-10

Marine Fauthoux

10:10 a.m.

Q1, 5′ – 6-10

Huge three-point shot from Colley! Les Bleues are in difficulty in this first quarter.

lliana Rupert scores a first basket as soon as she enters the track.

10:07

Q2, 3′ – 4-6

Les Bleues are not at all successful against the baskets. Luckily, Canada misses both of its long shots. Badiane finally manages to turn around, France returns.

10:05 a.m.

Q1, 2′ – 2-6

Alexia Chartereau sets the sights and opens the counter for Les Bleues. Canada defends very well.

10:03

Q1, 2′ – 0-4

The French pass is intercepted by Carleton. A foul is committed and she places her two free throws. Les Bleues have still not been marked.

10:02

Q1, 1′ – 0-2

A first offensive rebound for Canada, and a basket behind. Chartereau misses his shot, Fauthoux intercepts but is also in check.

10:01 a.m.

⏱️ Let’s go for this second chicken game!

09:54

The starting five of Les Bleues

Marine Fauthoux, Sarah Michel, Gabby Williams, Alexia Chartereau and Marième Badiane will start on the floor.

09:45

Canada begins its World Cup with a success

The opponent of the day of the Blue also started his World Cup with a success: 67-60 against Serbia. France is 2nd in Group B, with the same number of points as Japan (1st) and Canada (3rd).

09:30

23

This is the number of points scored by Gabby Williams in the first game of Les Bleues. It is also his record with the France team. The 26-year-old wing delivered a full game (3 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals) and reassured, after Marine Johannès’ package.

09:24

Four years ago, Canada beat Les Bleues in pool

At the last World Cup, in 2018, Les Bleues gave in to the Canadians in their last group match (71-60). A bad memory for the Tricolors, which remains on three defeats in their last five confrontations.

09:11

Entrance victory for the Blues

The French women’s team won their first World Cup match yesterday against Australia (70-57) in Sydney. Faced with a host country that did not have much success in shooting, Les Bleues delivered a very good collective score. Les Bleues got rid of the reigning vice-world champions, a first success which should give them confidence for the future.

09:04

🏀 Hello everyone and welcome to this live to follow France – Canada, the second game of Les Bleues at the Basketball World Cup! Kick-off at 10 a.m. sharp.

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