Watch live France vs. Denmark:Highlights and World Cup score from the 2022 Group D match

At Stadium 974, the two heavyweights from Group D square off, with the defending champions France facing off against their foe Denmark in a match that could have a significant impact on who finishes first in the group.
Although Denmark’s two previous victories against the French in the UEFA Nations League — 2-0 in September and 2-1 in March — have received a lot of attention, the Danes had a difficult start to this World Cup against unfancied Tunisia in their opener.
Despite losing by a goal to Australia, France presented every aspect of their world championship performance.Olivier Giroud’s two goals were a sign that the French might just be able to overcome the loss of Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema, one of several players on France’s lengthy injury list, and Kylian Mbappe demonstrated his ability to dominate games.
Live scoring updates and highlights for France vs. Denmark at the 2022 World Cup are being tracked by The Sporting News.The complete results from Qatar’s Group D match can be found below.
MORE:How to Bet on France vs. Denmark Live Score 1H 2H Final France — — — Denmark — — — Goals:
None envisioned lineups:
France (from right to left, 4-2-3-1):1.2. Lloris (GK)4. PavardVarane, age 1822, Upamecano8. T. Hernandez14 Tchouameni11. Rabiot7. Dembele10. Griezmann9. MbappeDenmark’s Giroud (3-5-2, from right to left):1.2. Schmeichel (GK)Andersen, 4.Kjaer, 6.13. A. Christensen23, R. KristensenHojbjerg, 15.10. Norgaard5. C. Eriksen11. Maehle12 Skov OlsenDolberg Added:Get a free trial of fuboTV in the United States to watch every World Cup match live. Team PTS GP W L D GF GA GD 1.France 3 – 1 – 0 – 4 – 1 +3 2.Australia 3 2 1 1 0 2 4 -2
3.Denmark 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4France vs. Denmark live updates, highlights from the 2022 World Cup three hours before kickoff: Tunisia 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 -1After Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch at the Euro 2020 finals last year, this match for Denmark will undoubtedly be another step in his emotional return to the major stage.In this article written by my colleague Patrick Brischetto, you can learn everything there is to know about his heartwarming return to the highest levels of the game.
3 hours and 30 minutes before kickoff:After Australia’s hard-fought 1-0 victory over Tunisia in the first match, France now knows what they need to do to qualify for the knockout stages.That makes it easy for Les Bleus to win and become the first team to officially qualify for the World Cup’s last 16!
4 hours before the start:Raphael Varane, a center back for Manchester United, is reportedly expected to start against the Danes:

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