Konate reveals message from Trent ahead of England clash with France

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Liverpool’s French defender Ibrahima Konate revealed the conversation between him and Trent Alexander-Arnold England right-back. Before both teams meet this weekend

  Liverpool defender Ibrahima Konate has revealed the talks between him and Trent Alexander-Arnold. Reds teammates ahead of their meeting this weekend. A group of Merseyside players are coming together for the World Cup quarter-final match between England and France on Saturday 10 December 2022 by Jordan Hender. Liverpool captain San is one of them. But it was Alexander-Arnold and Konate who had contacted before the game that was expected to be very fun. This UFABET game.

Konate reveals message from Trent ahead of England clash with France

           The French centre-back has detailed exactly what his club-mates had to say in the days remaining before the match. In a press conference for the French national team The former RB Leipzig centre-back said: “The rivalry has been going on for a long time. In the Under-16s I played against England. And it’s a different game . Alexander-Arnold Send me a message saying ‘See you on Saturday brother’ because I’m very close to him.”

           Meanwhile, Konate seems to be implying That he believes England could be one of the favorites to win the trophy in Qatar later this month. He continued: “I would like to say France! But it’s hard (to say who will be the champion) there can be many surprise teams if I had to pick one. It could be France or a team with Liverpool players.

 Konate, 23, was named in the France national team ahead of the tournament. Despite previously making only three appearances for the national team, he has started in two of the four matches played by the champions. The defender played the full 90 minutes of our opening win over Australia before coming on in thelossto Tunisia . Against Poland in the last 16, Konate reckons playing in the Premier League could give him an advantage if Didier Deschamps lets him start.

           He said: “English football has given me more focus. Mistakes refer to the value you pay in England. Each team is dangerous. You have to concentrate every weekend.” Alexander-Arnold Gareth Southgate ‘s Liverpool team-mates were given fewer opportunities during the World Cup. The 24-year-old only played 33 minutes in Qatar, coming on as a substitute in the group stage. Finally, the Three Lions face Wales, France and England all know they will face either Portugal or Morocco if they progress to this weekend’s semi-finals.