Mbappé is the star! This is how France won the 2022 World Cup against Denmark
– No time yet! Mbappé beat Denmark by two goals to advance to the round of 16 of the World Cup.
96′ and the last play is a corner kick for Denmark.
95 & # 39; Mbappé is hurting. Striker touches down, but the match continues.
94 "Be careful with Mbappe putting his hands on his knees. The game continues.
93′ Griezmann departs for Fobana in France.
91′ Six more minutes added to the game.
90′ Mbappé shoots from outside the area, Schmeichel saves.
89′ Mbappé has now reached 31 goals with the French team.
87 & # 39; Griezmann’s poison center and Mbappé appears on his thigh to pass it down and sign his double. 2-1.
86′ GOOOOOOLLL DE FRAAAANCIIIIAAAAAA!
84′ Action resumes. France must win to advance to the next stage.
83 & # 39; Players take advantage of the chill while attending Tchouaméni.
82′ Now the game slows down with a free kick on Tchouaméni.
80′ Aha! Braithwaite’s shot goes wide of the left upright.
79′ Rabiot earwig that peels horizontally!
78′ New corner kick for France. The champion will come to bat second.
77 Close to France! Griezmann’s corner and his shot followed by Tchouaméni’s header hit a Danish defender on the back.
75 & # 39; Changes in France: Varane and Dembele leave for Konade and Kingsley Koeman.
73′ France saved! Lloris dived to avoid Lindström’s shot and the drop of his bow after a cross from the left.
71 & # 39; The game is unlocked. Mbappé moves to the left, puts it in the center, and Schmeichel puts it around.
69 & # 39; Eriksen’s corner kick was deflected by Lindström and Christensen carefully headed in to level the scoreboard at 1-1.
68′ GOOOOOOOLLLLL OF DIIIINAAAMAAAARRRCAAAAAA!
Note that Denmark take the lead after conceding the first goal in the 66′.
65′ France have sealed the 16th round of the tournament.
64′ Mbappé reaches 30 goals for France.
62 & # 39; Link between Mbappé and Theo Hernandez. The winger plays it back to Kylian inside the area, who doesn’t excuse himself at first to send it down. 1-0.
61′ GOOOOOOLLLLL OF FRAAAANCIIIIAAAAAA!
59′ GRIEZMANN had it! Rabiot’s pumped pass left the ‘7’ practically alone against Schmeichel and his shot went over.
57′ MBAPPÉ did it all! He biked into the area and fired a left-footed shot that Schmeichel headed into the corner. The public is excited.
55 & # 39; Braithwaite tried into the area after a fresh corner, but the striker was already offside.
52′ Eriksen’s corner kick is easily caught by Lloris.
50′ Mbappé and Dembélé form a wall and Schmeichel gets out in time to keep the ball.
48 & # 39; Braithwaite’s unreachable center past Eriksen.
46 & # 39; Denmark made its first conversion: the instructed Cornelius left for Braithwaite.
Four. five’ Let the second half begin!
– Nothing more happens, we go to rest. The game was practically even, though France had made a clear save from Rabiot’s header. schmeichel
45′ Three minutes will be added.
44 & # 39; Eriksen’s long shot that goes through the side.
42 & # 39; Yellow to Conte for a strong hit on Nelson. First in France.
40 & # 39; For now, ownership is 51% from Denmark and 49% from France.
39′ Shot by Mbappé goes over. Although the game no longer counted as Dembele was ruled out.
37′ Giroud’s header goes wide and a foot from Nelson.
36′ Denmark finally answered! A counterattack leaves France in a bad position and Cornelius finishes it off with a powerful shot that goes near the far post. Danger to the Danes is the first visit.
34 & # 39; Touch and touch France’s Danish door. He was missing that final touch to define.
33′ Griezmann shoots without much of an angle and Schmeichel saves with his foot!
32′ And Denmark have yet to test Lloris. He has not registered the bid yet.
30‘Ooof! Passes Mbappe and Kante, playing right-back, into the area and shoots. His shot hit Christensen and Denmark saved.
28′ France create five shots, but only one goes on target.
23 & # 39; Yellow to Cornelius for a foul on Giroud. The second warned in Denmark.
21′ Griezmann opens up a free kick in the box for Dembele, he flicks the cross into the heart of the area and Rabiot appears to head but Schmeichel has his gloves on. For the Gauls it was a priority.
twenty’ Almost the first in France!
19 & # 39; First yellow of the game for Christensen for bringing down Mbappé. The Frenchman beat him at pace and the central defender had no choice but to bring him down.
17′ Denmark maintain possession, but two clear arrivals come from France.
15 & # 39; Dembele’s excellent play in the center kept Giroud unable to get a header.
13′ Closer! The corner shot is won by Varane and Anderson’s foot is crossed to clear.
10 & # 39; It is not so clear, but France has already warned Denmark.
9 & # 39; The center of Theo descends into the Rabiot area and is left with a girooted axis. The French striker couldn’t beat him as the Denmark defense cleared.
8′ France give the initiative to Denmark, but when they keep it, they always look for Mbappé or Dembélé on the wings.
7 & # 39; Eriksen’s center looks for Cornelius but it’s long for him and Lloris catches.
5 & # 39; For now, both teams seem shy. Still not scored.
3′ Varane clears the danger in the French half before Eriksen’s shot.
2′ Foul by Tchouaméni and a free kick for Denmark.
1′ The Danes are in control in this first minute.
– Denmark moves the ball and the match begins!
– The national anthems of each team are sung.
– Both teams take to the grass of the Estadio 974. Everything is ready for a great game.
The second French captain, Raphael VaraneNot for a month, vs. starting this Saturday Denmark On the second day of the World Cup, he will play in a defence Jules Countychanges Benjamin Boward Right back.
Come onNot in early wins vs Australia (4-1), has not played since Oct. 22 with a muscle injury that raised concerns about his presence in Qatar.
Their captain will not play for Denmark Simon CagerWhoever stays on the bench, so the bracelet is worn by the goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.
Before Caspar TolbergA starter in the first match against Tunisia (0-0), leaves his place Andreas Corneliuswho scored two goals against France In June (2-1).
France: you cry Counte, Varane, Upamecano, Theo Hernandez; Griezmann, Tchouameni, Rabiot; Dembele, Giroud and Mbappe.
Denmark: Schmeichel; Anderson, Nelson, Christensen; Kristensen, Damsgaard, Hojbjerg, Eriksen, Maehle; Lindstrom and Cornelius.