jeudi 8 septembre 2016

Roger Courtois - Statistiques détaillées en Equipe de France

Roger COURTOIS - Matchs, Buts et Passes décisives en Equipe de France.

Roger COURTOIS - Matches, Goals and Assists in National Team.

#Match.__Année__Compétition/Amical__D/E/N__Adversaire__Score_____B--P (Cf indirect, direct, pen., dist.)
#Match.__Year__Competition/Friendly__H/A/N__Opponent__Score_____G--A  (indirect fk, direct, pen., dist.)

  2.__1934__Friendly__H__Yugoslavia______3-2_____1--1  (at the rebound near the post)
  5.__1935__Friendly__A__Belgium_________1-1_____1--0  (w/o ctrl on a cross by Beck)
  6.__1935__Friendly__H__Hungary_________2-0_____2--0  (charge on the gk, header)
  8.__1935__Friendly__H__Sweden__________2-0_____1--0  (dble one-two with Wagi)
  9.__1936__Friendly__H__Netherlands_____1-6_____1--0  (slalom and shot)
 11.__1936__Friendly__H__Belgium_________3-0_____2--0  (ground shot, 16 m. shot)
 16.__1937__Friendly__A__Netherlands_____3-2_____1--1  (concludes a one-two with J. Nicolas)
 18.__1938__Friendly__H__Belgium_________5-3_____1--1  (6 m. shot after a rush)

 22 international games/ 10 goals/ 5 assists.

World Cup : never selected to play the World Cup.

Liste détaillée des passes décisives de Courtois avec noms des buteurs.
Detailed list of the Courtois' assists with scorers' names.

Yugoslavia 1934 (cross to J. Nicolas) - Italy 1935 (prolonged a cross of Delfour in direction of Keller) - Switzerland 1937 (pass to Veinante) - Netherlands 1937 (a one-two concluded by J. Nicolas) - Belgium 1938 (ck for Veinante near the far post)

Match #7 against Switzerland : the only French goal was an o.g. wich came from a cross by Courtois.
Match #8 against Sweden : the first goal is an o.g wich is consecutive of one rush to the goals by Courtois.

Also, a quite important number of goals came from one shot of him that he saw released by the gk then pushed-in by one of his teammates.

Match #22 : captain.

Né à Genève. Avait la double-nationalité : franco-suisse.
Born in Geneva. Had the double nationality : French-Swiss.

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