Raphael Varane and Antoine Griezmann scored as France progressed to a World Cup semi-last against either Belgium or Brazil in the wake of facilitating past Uruguay on Friday.
Following an opening section high on vitality however dispossessed of value, Varane looked home a Griezmann free-kick to open the scoring before the Atletico Madrid man multiplied France’s favorable position soon after the hour check in a minute to overlook for Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera.
Oscar Tabarez’s Uruguay, without harmed striker Edinson Cavani, never looked like finding a course once again into the diversion and France presently anticipate Friday’s late amusement to see who they will meet in St Petersburg on Tuesday.
The opening 40 minutes were striking just for Uruguay’s squeezing and irritating of France at whatever point Didier Deschamps’ men were under lock and key, and an awful miss from Les Bleus’ brilliant kid Kylian Mbappe.
The Paris Saint-Germain striker, who scored twice in the 4-3 annihilation of Argentina in the last 16, should have opened the scoring in Nizhny Novgorod yet cushioned his lines appallingly following 15 minutes.
Subsequent to hooking on to Olivier Giroud’s knockdown in the container, Mbappe had time and space to cut the ball down yet rather endeavored a header that floated innocuously finished Muslera’s crossbar.
The diversion was shouting out for some innovativeness and it arrived five minutes previously the break. Griezmann’s inswinging free-kick from the privilege was met by Varane and his flicked header flashed past Muslera and into the base left corner.