A really good game was played by Denmark. They valiantly and strategically invaded France. They had long-term control. At times, they brilliantly defended their lines. Kylian Mbappé had an oddly erratic evening. Mbappé scored two goals in the second half to help France defeat Denmark 2-1.
French power was therefore demonstrated, albeit with a hint of weakness. They were the first team to advance to the knockout rounds, and even though they haven't yet proven themselves to be a dominant force, they have more than enough to give the competition a warning. But Kylian will always be there for them. Of course, the others gave it their all.
Antoine Griezmann may have been the finest player on the field in terms of influence. On the France right, Ousmane Dembélé was phenomenal, demonstrating why Mbappé has been trying to convince him to move to Paris. At left-back, Theo Hernández played quite well. And once more, it was their hero who became the centre of attention, grinning for the cameras and ominously ascending to the top of the Golden Boot rankings. It was just another extremely successful day for Kylian Mbappé and France.