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91'- Griezmann celebrates, but it seems it's a Yobo own goal. Either way, it's France 2-0 Nigeria.
This match as bland as French food #FRANGA— Bahadur (@my2bit) June 30, 2014
This match as bland as French food #FRANGA
Nigeria are the only African side to have beaten a European team in the tournament so far with a win against Bosnia.
49' Oshaniwa down clutching his right knee after a strong challenge with Debuchy. #FRANGA http://t.co/LTiAisxv07— FOX SPORTS Football (@FOXFootballLive) June 30, 2014
49' Oshaniwa down clutching his right knee after a strong challenge with Debuchy. #FRANGA http://t.co/LTiAisxv07
Half Time: #FRA 0 #NGA 0. Chances for both sides but still no breakthrough. #WCT http://t.co/oX5wwFqYMC #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/dtAUzVG9Yt— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) June 30, 2014
Half Time: #FRA 0 #NGA 0. Chances for both sides but still no breakthrough. #WCT http://t.co/oX5wwFqYMC #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/dtAUzVG9Yt
HT: #FRA 0-0 #NGA. Emenike had the best chance for #NGA but saw his goal disallowed. http://t.co/JP5eKXH5Dd #FRANGA pic.twitter.com/EXQJBn8pDk— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) June 30, 2014
HT: #FRA 0-0 #NGA. Emenike had the best chance for #NGA but saw his goal disallowed. http://t.co/JP5eKXH5Dd #FRANGA pic.twitter.com/EXQJBn8pDk
Alors en fait c'est toute la rédaction de @BFMTV qui est mobilisée pour #FRANGA #ecrangeant pic.twitter.com/4Dufb2iMzp— Bertrand Hadet (@bertrandhadet) June 30, 2014
Alors en fait c'est toute la rédaction de @BFMTV qui est mobilisée pour #FRANGA #ecrangeant pic.twitter.com/4Dufb2iMzp
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FULL TIME: France are through to the quarter-finals of the World Cup after an impressive second half performance, Les Bleus scoring twice in the last 11 minutes to set up a last eight showdown with either Germany or Algeria.
France make a late change with Moussa Sissoko on for Valbuena.
GOAL! FRANCE 2-0 NIGERIA: Game over. Valbuena's cross is touched home inadvertently by Nigeria captain Yobo.
Nigeria make a second change with Uche Nwofor on for Moses.
France are edging close to the World Cup quarter-finals as they winded down the clock. Nigeria look finished.
Griezmann is so close to a second as his shot from an angle is pushed over by Enyeama.
GOAL! FRANCE 1-0 NIGERIA: Pogba breaks the deadlock with 11 minutes to go, heading home from close range after Enyeama failed to deal with a corner.
Cabaye hits the crossbar with a half volley after Benzema goes close with a drilled cross.
Benzema drags a shot wide from a long way out.
France go close to opening the scoring, a rebound off Benzema getting hooked off the line by Moses after the Real Madrid striker's first attempt was saved by Enyeama.
France cause problems with a Valbuena freekick which is eventually cleared by Oshaniwa spectacularly.
Odemwingie forces a good save from Lloris with his effort from range.
France make their first change with Antoine Griezmann on in place of Giroud.
Nigeria make their first change with Onazi unable to continue. Reuben Gabriel takes his place.
Nigeria win another corner which Giroud heads clear.
Yellow card for Matuidi for a late challenge on Onazi, who is stretched off as a result.
Valbuena shows Nigeria how to do it, whipping in a great corner which Koscielny is inches from making contact with.
Nigeria win yet another corner but Odemwingie's cross is headed clear by Giroud.
France restart this last-16 tie with extra-time and penalties looking a distinct possibility.
HALF-TIME: Goalless at the break in Brasilia with Pogba going very close to opening the scoring but for Enyeama. Nigeria have looked dangerous as well though, with Emenike unlucky to be denied the opener by the linesman's flag.
Emenike has a good effort from the edge of the box but Lloris is equal to it and gets his body behind it to make the save.
France come forward with promise again but Debuchy's eventually effort is never going to challenge Enyeama as he fires it wide.
Musa puts in a better corner for Nigeria but can't find a team mate.
Debuchy runs onto Evra's cross and strikes for goal but hits it well wide. Open game in Brasilia but still we await the first goal.
Another poor corner from Musa is collected by Lloris.
Pogba's long-range effort is deflected into Benzema's path but he can't control it under press from two Nigerian defenders.
Musa swings in a corner for Nigeria but France clear at the near post.
Enyeama produces a brilliant save to deny Pogba the opening goal of the game, stopping the midfielder's powerful volley at close range.
Emenike finds the back of the net from Musa's cross but his effort is rightly ruled out for offside.
Emenike has a strike at goal from a freekick 25 yards out but smashes his shot over.
Giroud has France's first strike at goal but smashes it high and wide.
Emenike goes down near the corner flag and Nigeria win a freekick which Odemwingie swings into the box. Obi Mikel gets his head to it but Lloris claims.
Pogba finds space again in a dangerous position but can't find Benzema with his cross.
Ambrose's cross from the left finds Odemwingie but he fails to control it and Debuchy is quick to clear.
France win their first corner after a good run by Matuidi. Valbuena's ball into the box is headed over by Giroud.
Musa puts in a low cross from a corner and France easily clear.
France but in a dangerous low cross from the right which is just cut out before it reaches Benzema.
Nigeria get the game underway in Brasilia.
Nigeria starting XI: Enyeama, Ambrose, Yobo, Oshaniwa, Omeruo, Onazi, Mikel, Musa, Odemwingie, Moses, Emenike
As for Nigeria, who are playing in their first World Cup knockout game since 1998, they make one change with Victor Moses recalled to the first team in place of Michel Babatunde, who will miss the rest of the tournament.
France starting XI: Lloris, Debuchy, Evra, Koscielny, Varane, Cabaye, Valbuena, Benzema, Matuidi, Pogba, Giroud.
France make six changes to the side which drew with Ecuador last time out, with the likes of Mathieu Debuchy, Patrice Evra and Mathieu Valbuena back in the starting XI. Yohan Cabaye also returns having served a one-match ban.
We are midway through the last-16 stage of the World Cup and this afternoon we will find out whether it will be France or Nigeria who advance to the quarter-finals in Brazil.