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The reigning World Cup champions won as former Arsenal and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud made history by becoming France's all-time top scorer. France host the winner of England's World Cup round of 16 tie 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 won as Giroud made history by becoming France's all-time top scorer during the match at the Al Thumama Stadium in Qatar. Giroud entered the record books with 52 goals after hitting the net late in the first half.
The 36-year-old drew level with former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry - who held the record of 51 goals - after scoring a brace in France's 4-1 win over Australia in their Group D opener. Mbappe scored twice others, becoming the first player to score eight - and then nine - World Cup goals before their 24th birthday.
Poland's Robert Lewandowski converted a stoppage-time consolation from the penalty spot to seal the match 3-1. All eyes are now on the Al Bayt Stadium as Group B winners England take on Senegal for their first knockout game on the world stage since an agonizing extra-time semi-final loss to Croatia in 2018.