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Mbappe shows that fractures are not a problem, but he does not avoid frustration

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While warming up for the match, Mbappe preferred to start without his mask and only put it on during the final part of the activity. During the match, he found the accessory strange, especially in the first minutes, when he adjusted the material on his face.

With the ball rolling, Mbappe was the main driver of the team's attacking actions. The French team dominated the first half, and had four chances to score. One of them was in the table number 10 with Barkola and finished against goalkeeper Skorupski, and was voted the best on the pitch.

The goals of the match came only in the second half. Both from the penalty spot. Mbappe scored the winning goal for France in the 11th minute of the final. During the celebration, Number 10 took off his mask to celebrate with the fans and his teammates. Despite being a world champion and two-time World Cup runner-up, this was Mbappe's first goal in the history of the European Championship.

Poland's equalizer came in the 34th minute, also from a penalty kick. On the first charge, Lewandowski mishandled the ball and saw Maignan defending. But the video assistant referee saw an irregularity in the progress of the goalkeeper, who did not stay on the line, and ordered the charge to be repeated. This time the Pole did not waste it: 1-1.

The goal did nothing for Poland. With just one point, the team is eliminated. For France, it was a costly affair, as they finished second. The match against the second-placed team in Group E is scheduled to be held on Monday in Dusseldorf.

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