Loic Remy, who joined Chelsea Football Club the last weekend, came from the bench to score the only goal scored in the game in Paris as the France, who are also the hosts for Euro 2016, beat the Spain, winners of Euro 2012.
France manager Didier Deschamps introduced Loic Remy in the first part of the second half, and he didn’t disappoint his manager at all. Soon after his introduction, he finished off a great move with an equally great first-time strike, shooting Mathieu Valbuena’s ball into the net, and David De Gea was just a spectator. In his 28th appearance for the national team, he has netted impressive 6 times.
Cesar Azpilicueta was also the part of the Spain defence. He played was on the field for full 90 minutes with Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas, who was withdrawn just 20 minutes after the play started.