The 2022 World Cup semi-final matches have been confirmed.
This comes after completing the quarter-final matches on Saturday.
France are the last team to book their place in the last four after beating England 2-1.
Aurelien Tchouameni opened the scoring with a stunning goal from distance, but Harry Kane equalized for the Three Lions from the penalty spot.
Olivier Giroud then cemented his record as Les Bleus’ all-time leading goalscorer with a powerful header.
Kane had another chance to equalize from 12 yards out, but he volleyed the ball over the crossbar.
France will now play Morocco for a place in the final.
World Cup 2022: Semi-final matches confirmed [Full fixtures]