Sport Watch: France sub Ousmane Dembele spanks the post with fierce shot
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Ousmane Dembele came off the bench during France’s Euro 2020 match with Hungary and instantly hit the post with a fierce effort.
France had dominated the first half of Saturday’s match in Budapest but trailed at half-time to.
The world champions responded by replacing midfielder Adrien Rabiot with Dembele.
And the Barcelona forward made an instant impact with a mazy run and shot that spanked the Hungary upright.
Dembele collected the ball and cut infield from the right flank, chopping back outside a couple of defenders and whacked a shot that left Hungary goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi was helpless.
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Unfortunately, the ball rebounded off the post and away from danger.
It didn’t result in the goal, but Dembele illustrated his immense talent with a scintillating dribble and shot.
Dembele with the solo run hits the post.
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Barcelona suffers summer transfer setback with Dembele injury .
The club wanted to cash in on several players to raise funds for their rebuilding project this summer.The Frenchman will reportedly be sidelined for about three months, preventing the club from cashing in on him for the price they would have wanted. Dembele is still under contract with the Catalan giants until 2022, and they want to cash in on him now instead of risking losing him on a free transfer next summer.