The French team in the quarter-finals. The France team dominated Poland (3-1) in the round of 16 of the World Cup in Qatar, Sunday, December 4. Olivier Giroud scored his 52nd goal in Blue to open the scoring, before a double from Kylian Mbappé.
Defending champions, the Blues will play the quarter-finals of this World Cup in Qatar. If Poland gave them a hard time in the first period, they found the fault in the 44th through Olivier Giroud before driving the point home through the inevitable Kylian Mbappé (74th, 91st).
With now 52 goals in Blue, the first break Thierry Henry’s record.
The second has 5 goals in this World Cup, 9 in two editions. In the quarters, France will find the winner of the England-Senegal match (match tonight at 8 p.m.). It will be Saturday, December 10 at 8 p.m. French time. For the anecdote, Lewandowski reduced the gap (3-1) after additional time from the penalty spot.
The Blues have therefore conceded a goal in each of their four matches. But for the rest, all the lights are green. There are only three games left to win to get the third star.