France Reverses Australia’s World Cup Final

On September 15, in the final of the three or four basketball World Cup in 2019, France completed the reversal with a maximum of 15 points behind. Finally, France defeated Australia 67-59 and won the third place in this World Cup, equalizing the best result in team history (World Cup in 2014); Australia won the fourth place and also created the best team history.
The best result in the history of France’s equalizing team
France entered the knockout stage with 4 wins and 1 losses in the group and semi-finals. In the quarter-finals, they beat the United States, but lost to Argentina in the semi-finals. With today’s third place, France equalled its best record in World Cup history and won third place in two consecutive World Cups.
Australia is still the best team in history
Australia entered the knockout stage with 5 wins and 0 losses in the group and semi-finals. In the quarter-finals, they beat the Czech Republic, but in the semi-finals, they were overtime and missed the final by Spain. With today’s fourth place, they have also achieved the best results in history, and their previous best results in the World Cup were fifth.
Bogut was booed again
Bogut was booed by Chinese fans throughout the World Cup because he mocked Sun Yang before the World Cup and sparked a scolding battle with Chinese fans on Twitter. In today’s game, every time Bogut catches the ball, fans at Wukesong Stadium will boo, and when he makes a mistake or fails to shoot, the scene cheers.
Tony Parker watched the game live
As one of the greatest players in the history of the French men’s basketball team, Tony Parker, who has retired, came to the scene to watch the game. After the match, he also congratulated the French players on hitting their masters one by one.
Competition data
Throughout the game, France led 38-36 rebounds, 15-13 assists, 8-3 steals, 1-4 blocks and 13-19 mistakes less than Australia. In three-point shooting, France is 9-4 in the lead, 43-24% in the three-point shooting rate and 13-9 in the number of free throws.
Personal data, the French team Decolo 19 points 3 assists 2 steals, Funier 16 points 5 rebounds, Gobel 2 points 4 rebounds 2 steals, Batum 9 points 6 assists 3 steals. Australia’s Ingels 17 points 5 rebounds 3 assists, Mills 15 2 assists, Bogut 5 points 6 rebounds 2 assists, Dravidowa 4 points 4 rebounds 5 assists.
The Star of the Game: Decolo’s 19-point Leadership Reversal
Decolo scored 19 points in the game. In the second half, he opened up the situation at the offensive end. In the last quarter, both ends of the offensive and defensive performance were excellent. Finally, he led the French team to complete a 15-point reversal.
Highlights of competition
With 5 minutes and 31 seconds left in the first quarter, Gobel had physical contact with Dravidowa when he was walking. Gobel was hit hard by Dravidowa, and eventually fell to the ground and scolded Dravidowa. Gobel was not only punished for offensive fouls, but also for technical fouls.
With 6 minutes and 31 seconds left in the second quarter, the French captain returned the pass and Rabery finished the attack with one-handed cleavage, playing a perfect cooperation.
With 7 minutes and 18 seconds left in the third quarter, Ingels was replaced because of bleeding on his left arm, so he was replaced for treatment.
With 8 minutes and 03 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Decolo used the cover to pull out the jump shot directly from the top of the arc and still hit three points in some unbalanced situations.
Competition review
In the first quarter, Bogut made two mistakes. Kai broke through the layup and scored for Australia for the first time. Mills shot three points and Australia led 5-0 in the opening. Funiye and Nilikina made successive strikes, Mills hit jumpers, and Australia’s 7-4 score remained for a long time. In the middle, Gobel got a technical foul, Mills broke the scoring shortage with a free throw, Mills and Bains blossomed inside and outside, and Decolo threw in. Bogut also shot under the basket. Decolo shot three points against the whistle. At the end of the first quarter, Australia led 16-11.
In the second quarter, Ingers hit three-point shots, and the two teams fell into an iron battle again for a long time, without scoring for a long time. In the middle, Ingers threw in, Bogut scored one of the two penalties, Funier made three-point fouls and three penalties, France was 18-22 points behind 4 points. Ingers scored two points, Mills gave a rare blockade, Funiye hit three points, Ingers scored four points, the end of the first half, Australia led 30-21.
In the first half, France scored 21 points, the lowest score in the second half of the World Cup since 1963, when they only scored 19 points against Uruguay. Australia scored 21 points in the first half, the first time they lost so little in the first half after losing only 20 points against Germany in 2010.
Yi Bian fought again, Kai broke through into 2 + 1, Dravidowa broke through, Batum dry pull jump shot for France to stop bleeding. After Australia extended its lead to 15 points, the French team sounded the call for a counterattack. Batum dunked heavily, Funier shot three points, Batum also had three points, the French team played 9-2 to catch up to 34-42. Ingels broke through to stop bleeding in Australia, with Decolorian leading France 8-2 to 42-44 and 2 points behind. Della threw in, Mills sent out the blockade again, the third quarter ended, Australia 46-42 ahead.
In the last quarter, Decolorian scored 5 points to help the French team to overtake 1 point. In the third quarter of Decolo, the French team led by 4 points. Kay and Mills scored successively, and Australia reached 50 draws. After Albich hit three points, France led 58-56. Gobel scored his first goal in the game, Decolo snatched Bogut, Albich shot three points, and France led 63-56 in the last minute. Mills shrank after three-point shooting