It took the Blues about an hour to break free against Denmark. Dominant, Didier Deschamps’ men were awarded Kylian Mbappe this Saturday afternoon on the occasion of their second match of the 2022 World Cup group stage. Kasper Schmeichel nets by signing the first match for the Habs.
This is the 30th goal of Mbappe’s career in 61 matches for France. The goal is also his sixth at the final stage of the World Cup after four scored in 2018 during the second French coronation and one at the opening of the World Cup in Qatar against Australia (4-2). He is the second leading scorer in the Blues’ World Cup history, tied with Thierry Henry and behind Juste Fontaine (13 goals).