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Antoine Griezmann of France reacts during the Group D match. Alamy Stock Photo

Netherlands and France on the verge of qualification after Euro 2024 stalemate

The result means Poland have become the first side to be eliminated from the tournament/

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France 0

Netherlands 0

FRANCE AND Netherlands drew 0-0 and are on course for group-stage qualification, while tonight’s result means Poland have become the first side to be eliminated from the tournament.

The main talking point from an evenly fought contest was when Dutch attacker Xavi Simons had a second-half goal controversially ruled out for offside after a lengthy VAR check.

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