France await the winner of England’s World Cup last-16 clash with Senegal after strikers Olivier Giroud and Kylian Mbappe both broke scoring records in a comfortable 3-1 win over Poland.
The reigning World Cup champions claimed victory as Giroud made history by becoming France’s all-time top goalscorer during the match at Al Thumama Stadium in Qatar.
Giroud entered the record books with 52 goals after hitting the back of the net at the end of the first half.
The 36-year-old previously drew level with fellow ex-Arsenal striker Thierry Henry – who held the record of 51 goals – after netting a double in France’s 4-1 win against Australia in their opening Group D game.
Mbappe scored the other two goals, becoming the first player to score eight – and then nine – World Cup goals before their 24th birthday.
His first of the night came in the second half at 73 minutes, before striking gold again in the 91st.
Poland’s Robert Lewandowski clawed back a stoppage-time consolation from the penalty spot to end the game 3-1.
Now all eyes are on the Al Bayt Stadium as Group B winners England come face to face with Senegal for their first knockout match on the world stage since the agonising extra-time semi-final defeat to Croatia in 2018.
The game is set to kick off at 7pm GMT.