France qualified for the round of 16 in the 2022 World Cup after defeating Denmark today in their second match of the competition. Denmark also has a decent display today but Didier Deschamps's men looked too strong for them.
The defending champions scored two goals through Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe to qualify for the next round. The first half ended goalless with both countries failing to find the back of the net.
Mbappe gave his country the lead in the 61st minute from a close range to give them to give his country a decisive lead in the match. Denmark leveled the score seven minutes later through Barcelona center-back Andreas Christensen.
France was back in front in the 86th minute after Kylian Mbappe scored his second of the match after a brilliant cross from Antoine Griezmann to send his team to the last 16. France was decent today but they might fail to win the World Cup despite making it to the last 16 after playing two matches.
The side has looked to have a weakness, especially in the midfield and defense which might cost them when they face opponents with better midfielders and attackers.
Didier Deschamps's men might beel having incredible players by their weakness in midfield could end up costing them in coming when they face tougher opponents in the tournament.
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