France defeated Denmark with two goals from Kylian Mbappe to become the first team to advance to the World Cup knockout stage.
With goals in the second half to advance his team, the Paris Saint Germain forward once again stole the show.
Kasper Schmeichel had to make a save off a soaring attempt from Mbappe earlier in the game after he blasted over from 12 yards.
Theo Hernandez and the Paris St. Germain player exchanged a beautiful one-two before stroking in to break the tie just past the hour mark.
After France failed to successfully clear a corner, Denmark quickly equalized with their first shot on goal, defender Andreas Christensen heading in at the far post.
Christensen, on the other hand, may have considered himself fortunate to be still on the field at that point after receiving only a yellow card on 20 minutes for dragging back Mbappe, who was attempting to run clear.
Hugo Lloris of France made a sharp save to deny Tottenham teammate Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s first-time shot, while Martin Braithwaite fired into the side netting.
Mbappe, then 19, became France’s youngest scorer in the competition four years ago.
With four minutes remaining, he snuck in at the far post to convert Antoine Griezmann’s cross.
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