By Euronews with AP
Here's everything you need to know about the football action at the World Cup on Sunday -- at a glance.
France 3-1 Poland
- In their most dominant display in Qatar, France beat Poland 3-1.
- Olivier Giroud opened the scoring thanks to an assist by Kylian Mbappe, who then scored a brace in the second half.
- Poland's Robert Lewandowski managed a consolation goal through a penalty in the 99th minute.
- Lewandowski's last-minute strike means he scored a total of two goals at the World Cup, adding to his total of 77 goals for Poland. This is most likely his last World Cup final tournament appearance.
- After missing France's 1-0 loss to Tunisia in the group stage, Mbappe, Giroud and Antoine Griezmann all came back to the team against Poland. All three played a key role in the match.
- Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris matched France's record of 142 appearances held by Lilian Thuram, the right-back in the 1998 world champion team.
- Giroud's goal means he has now scored an all-time high of 52 international goals for Les Bleus, one more than the previous record holder, Thierry Henry.
England 3-0 Senegal
- England quickly established itself as the stronger team against Senegal, with first-half goals from Liverpool's Jordan Henderson and Tottenham's Harry Kane.
- Bakayo Saka scored the third soon after the match was restarted (57').
- Phil Foden notched two assists, while the in-demand Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham got one -- his first of the tournament.
- The star-studded English team looking to bring the World Cup title home for the first time since 1966 has dominated Group B and are the leading scorers in the tournament with 12 goals after Sunday's match.
- No other team picked up more than the seven points England recorded on its way to the knockout round, and it is only one of three still undefeated.