Raphael Varane implores France to rediscover World Cup form ahead of Nations League Finals

By Obiajulu Chiagoziem

Raphael Varane, Manchester United’s defender and France international, will be featuring with his home team in their clash with Belgium on Wednesday’s nation league.

The player had helped his team lift some trophies in the past and hopes to continue doing so for his home team.

He has champions league trophy, LA Liga trophy, world cup and other trophies to his records in his football career.

Speaking about his last game before the international break, the Manchester United centre-back player told reporters at Tuesday’s pre-match news conference that “We finished the last game very well,”

“We needed it to revive a dynamic, to regain that confidence. When we chained draws together, there could have been less confidence, but these are the hazards of high-level football.

“We must build on this to continue to maintain this positive dynamic and gain new momentum, with greater success.

“There are all the qualities in this group. It’s up to us to succeed in triggering this confidence and success which has enabled us to be world champions.

“We know that it takes this energy, this little madness sometimes in the game to create it.”he said.

Deschamps, France head coach chose him alongside other major players as they play against Belgium.

Varane will be playing alongside Hernandez brothers, Lucas and Theo, who could feature in defence together against Belgium.

“We are brothers but on the field, we are partners,” Lucas Hernandez said.

“The most important thing is that everyone wants to win. These are special moments.

“When the matches start, we don’t know who will start, but we will be united, we will give each other advice. We’re all going to pull in the same direction.”

Theo Hernandez echoed his brother’s sentiments, adding: “We will help each other. It doesn’t matter if it’s me or Lucas playing. The other will be there to help him at all times.” he added in conclusion.