Defending world champions, France recorded an impressive 3-1 victory against their Polish counterparts in the Round of 16 matches played at the Al- Thumama Stadium.
The Les Bleus after their shocking defeat against Tunisia in their group stages bounced back to winning ways in style.
Kylian Mbappe scored a brace, while Olivier Giroud’s solitary strike ensured France booked a spot in the quarter-finals of this year’s tournament.
Giroud’s first-half strike was a record-breaking one as he became the top scorer for his country with 52 goals, surpassing Thierry Henry.
Mbappe, after his second-half brace, becomes the leading scorer of the tournament and is in contention for the golden boot award.
Robert Lewandowski scored a consolation goal for Poland from the penalty spot with the last kick of the game.
France’s next opponents could be either England or Senegal, as both lock horns later on Sunday.