Revealing why Konate missed out on celebrating with his teammates after being a semi-final hero

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Liverpool’s France defender Ibrahima Konate has revealed why Liverpool missed out on celebrating their 2-0 win over Morocco with his team-mates. After helping them reach the World Cup final.

 Ibrahima Konate played a key role for France as they reached the World Cup final last night. From the team in the quarterfinals that beat England. He replaced Dayot Upamecano as defender and Adrien Rabiot was also unable to play due to illness. Gonate was picked aheadof Arsenal ‘s William Saliba to play alongside Rafael Varane and the Reds star has been in remarkable form.

Revealing why Konate missed out on celebrating with his teammates after being a semi-final hero

          However , Konate was unable to attend a well-deserved victory celebration. After their 2-0 win over Morocco as he was charged for a doping test after the UFABET game. Samples by staff As teammates continued to celebrate in the dressing room “We couldn’t even celebrate,” said Konate as he filmed behind the scenes with team-mate Kunde replied Wow.

          There’s no doubt that Gonate’s performances will have Manager Didier Deschamps thinking hard. As he considers his options for defending his World Cup title for the final. Konate’s form also caught the eye of former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher. Which praised him on social media as “France’s man of the match is @IbrahimaKonate_ I don’t see why he can’t be in the starting 11 for the final!

While Konate was a defensive pivot against a determined Moroccan side , Atletico Madrid midfielder Antoine Griezmann was also praised for his defensive performance, with Paul. Pogba compared him to N’Golo Kante on Instagram. “It’s amazing,” said Drogba, “but he has the intelligence and the quality to do it. He looks more like Kante than Griezmann.” Rio Ferdinand added: “We can show a great clip of him going forward and creating things. But we can still show better or better clips in his defensive game. And that shows you the versatility of him and the impact he has on this team.

         At the other end of the pitch , Randall Colo Mouani came off the bench and buried Morocco with the second goal, which came just seconds after coming on. He told TF1 after the game: “It was fantastic, I have no words. any lecture We have to work hard to bring ourselves to the end ′ ′ ′ ′ I’m still in a dream that finds it difficult to wake up. It’s good that I follow Kylian. He is doing all the work. I can be proud of my position. I still can’t believe it now. We will realize (that it is true) tomorrow morning.