France notch record-breaking win as they demolish 10-men Gibraltar

The 2018 World Cup champions showed to mercy to the minnows

France have recorded its biggest ever win by thrashing Gibraltar 14-0 in their Group B clash on Saturday night.

Les Blues had already secured a spot in Euro 2024, but that didn’t stop them from firing on all cylinders.

Star player Kylian Mbappe had a night to remember as he bagged home a hat-trick of goals an assists.

It took Didier Deschamps’ men only 3 minutes to take the lead through an own goal and only second later they were already 2-0 up.

Warren Zaire-Emery became France youngest ever goalscorer in the 16th minute, but sadly for him he had to be taken off as as he collected an injury in the process.

France continued to score for fun as they were 7-0 up at half-time thanks to goals from Mbappe, Clauss, Coman and Fofana.

10-men Gibraltar held on in the first 18 minutes of the second half before the floodgates opened once again. Rabiot, Coman, Dembele, Mbappe, who completed his 17th senior career hat-trick and a brace from Olivier Giroud rounded off the astronomical 14-0.


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