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Guilavogui goals push France past Kazakhstan

Published: Friday 7 October 2011, 19.18CET
France 2-0 Kazakhstan
AS Saint-Étienne midfielder Joshua Guilavogui found the net in each half for Eric Mombaerts's team, who are now joint top of qualifying Group 9.
Guilavogui goals push France past Kazakhstan
France's Gaël Kakuta (right) is tracked by Bauyrzhan Islamkhan of Kazakhstan ©Thomas-Pictures
Published: Friday 7 October 2011, 19.18CET

Guilavogui goals push France past Kazakhstan

France 2-0 Kazakhstan
AS Saint-Étienne midfielder Joshua Guilavogui found the net in each half for Eric Mombaerts's team, who are now joint top of qualifying Group 9.

France moved level with Slovakia atop qualifying Group 9 thanks to a home victory against Kazakhstan.

Joshua Guilavogui scored twice for Eric Mombaerts's team, who can make it three wins from as many matches in the section when they visit Romania on Tuesday.

The hosts would have been a goal to the good before Guilavogui's 26th-minute opener but for Samat Otarbayev making a point-blank save from Loris Nery. Guilavogui, who plays his club football for AS Saint-Étienne, ensured France did not rue that missed chance when he opened his account at U21 level with a header from a left-wing Frédéric Bulot delivery.

Alexey Chshyotkin gave France a warning they could ill afford to relax when he fashioned space for himself but shot over following Bauyrzhan Islamkhan's ball. Seven minutes after the restart, Emmanuel Rivière warmed Otarbayev's palms, before Guilavogui swiftly turned in Gaël Kakuta's corner for his and Les Bleuets's second.

Last updated: 09/05/13 11.19CET

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Lineups

France

France

Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan

1
AhamadaAli Ahamada (GK)
1
OtarbayevSamat Otarbayev (GK) (C)
2
NeryLoris Nery
3
SuyumbayevGafurzhan Suyumbayev
Substitution33
3
MavingaChris Mavinga
5
LevinEvgeni Levin
Substitution70
4
VaraneRaphaël Varane
7
TagybergenAskhat Tagybergen
5
MangalaEliaquim Mangala (C)
9
LisenkovSergei Lisenkov
6
GuilavoguiJoshua Guilavogui
Goal26
Goal55
11
SchetkinAleksei Schetkin
Substitution76
7
CabellaRémy Cabella
15
BeisebekovAbzal Beisebekov
8
CoquelinFrancis Coquelin
16
GoryachiYevgeni Goryachi
9
RivièreEmmanuel Rivière
Substitution62
19
IslamkhanBauyrzhan Islamkhan
10
KakutaGaël Kakuta
Substitution68
20
ShomkoDmitri Shomko
Yellow Card74
11
BulotFrédéric Bulot
Substitution78
21
DautovDamir Dautov

Substitutes

16
ReynetBaptiste Reynet (GK)
18
BitabarovAzat Bitabarov (GK)
12
N'SakalaFabrice N'Sakala
2
AkhmetovYeldos Akhmetov
Substitution33
13
MirinIsimat Mirin
4
AzamatovEvgeni Azamatov
Substitution76
14
N'DiayeAlfred N'Diaye
8
KozhabayevBakdaulet Kozhabayev
15
SunuGilles Sunu
Substitution78
13
MiroshnichenkoDmitri Miroshnichenko
17
GriezmannAntoine Griezmann
Substitution68
14
ProkopenkoDenis Prokopenko
Substitution70
18
LacazetteAlexandre Lacazette
Substitution62
23
DzolchiyevBaurzhan Dzholchiyev

Coach

Erick Mombaerts (FRA) Slobodan Krčmarević (SRB)

Referee

Kenn Hansen (DEN)

Assistant referees

Jakob Bille (DEN), David Vang Andersen (DEN)

Fourth official

Michael Tykgaard (DEN)

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