It happened in the qualifying round of U21 teams for a place in the Eurocup in the category of 2015. The teams of France and Sweden faced each other and the tie that had three things, surprise, disappointment and a situation as curious as it tastes like a lesson for its main protagonist. A story of those that are marked and that should serve as a lesson.
It was in Sweden-France but we go in parts. In the first leg, France won by two goals to zero and came to the Swedish game with all the chances of being the one who obtained the pass for the Eurocup. On lap, the Swedes managed to put the score at three to zero giving a radical turn to the tie. The fat came from the minute 87. French Layvin Kurzawa and Swede Guidetti had it stiff, very stiff.
When there were three minutes left to finish the game, Kurzawa scored the French goal, a goal that gave the classification to the Gauls who had two of the first leg. Kurzawa's first reaction was to look for Guidetti to whom he dedicated his celebration, which caused more tension. It was the minute 87 party and the French seemed to have gotten a blow. What the young Kurzawa did not know is that perhaps Karma exists and that his hesitation was going to explode in his face.
Just a minute later, as if it were a movie, Sweden scored and was going to leave the French out of the Euro. Like is logic, Kurzawa did not know where to put his head before a situation that had left him with his mouth open. Since the game ended until later on social networks, the French had to endure as not only Guidetti but the entire Swedish team, he returned by three his hesitant. Without a doubt a lesson for a young footballer who perhaps next time, if you have learned from this, he will be more humble and respectful towards his rivals.
And if that was not enough, Sweden was going to proclaim itself months later champion of that U21 Eurocup of 2015. And as is logical, they will imagine who they remembered, from his friend Kurzawa who surely learned several things, including a bit of humility and that football matches end when the referee whistles.