France qualified for the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup today, by defeating its Polish counterpart, 3-1, in their match that was held today at Al-Thumama Stadium in the Qatari capital, Doha, in the round of 16.
The French national team was the best from the start, as the fourth minute almost announced the opening of the scoring from Varane’s header, but it was close to the Polish goal, which was in front of a dangerous ball from Dembele in the 17th minute, but the goalkeeper confronted it, and with the passage of time the Polish national team improved, and he had a dangerous opportunity To score in the 21st minute, Robert Lewandowski's shot, which went wide.
The French national team waited until the 44th minute to shake the net of its Polish rival with the goal of Olivier Giroud, and added the second goal via Kylian Mbappe in the 74th minute, and strengthened its lead with a third goal through Mbappe in the last minute, and Poland’s goal came in stoppage time from a penalty kick via Robert Lewandowski, to end the match with a victory. France, three goals to one.
France qualified for the round of 16 after topping Group D with 6 points, ahead of Australia on goal difference, while Poland qualified as runners-up to Argentina in Group C with 4 points, and outperformed Mexico on goal difference.
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