Light work for France, England
England's Jack Grealish (right) gets into an aerial battle with Senegal's Youssouf Sabali during their FIFA World Cup Round of 16 game at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, yesterday. (Photo: AP)

England's Jack Grealish (right) gets into an aerial battle with Senegal's Youssouf Sabali during their FIFA World Cup Round of 16 game at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, yesterday.

France's Kylian Mbappe (bottom) scores a stunning curler, beating Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny (top) to his far post during their FIFA World Cup Round of 16 game at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, yesterday. Also pictured are Poland's Kamil Glik (right) and Jakub Kiwior. (Photo: AP)
A France fan celebrates his team's exploits in their 3-1 win over Poland. (Photo: AP)
England's Bukayo Saka (right) celebrates his goal with teammate Phil Foden (left) and Captain Harry Kane. (Photo: AP)
France's Raphael Varane (right) attempts a header but the ball is grabbed by Szczesny. (Photo: AP)
Senegal fans bring the noise at Al Bayt. (Photo: AP)

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