Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante stole the show in France’s draw with the Ivory Coast with an impressive 96.4% passing accuracy score.
The Frenchman played 90 minutes as Didier Deschamps’ side were frusrtated in a 0-0 draw against their African opponents.
Kante, 25, has been a huge part of Chelsea’s revival over the last six weeks and he’s equally trusted within Deschamps’ France set-up.
The defensive midfielder lined up in a three-man midfield alongside Paul Pogba and Adrien Rabiot in the first half before slotting in alongside Moussa Sissoko after the break.
Despite a host of changes throughout the match, Kante remained consisted and finished the match with a 96.4% passing accuracy.
As well as being France’s main outlet from midfield, Kante made five tackles and eight interceptions in an impressive performance.