Teenage star Kylian Mbappe proved the difference for France in their 4-3 win over Argentina, striking twice to earn Les Bleus a place in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup on Saturday, June 30.
These are five things you should know about the game.
1. Highest-scoring losers
Argentina are the first side to score at least three goals but still lose a World Cup game since the USSR did in a 3-4 loss against Belgium in Mexico 1986.
2. Winners against South Americans
France 4-3 win over Argentina continues their fine run in the World Cup against South American sides. They are now unbeaten, winning five and drawing 4, since losing 1-2 to Argentina in the Argentina 1978.
3. Heavy defeat
This is Argentina first time Argentina have conceded four goals in a World Cup match since losing 0-4 to Germany in the quarterfinals of South Africa 2010.
4. Rare defender goal for France
Right-back Benjamin Pavard netted a 57th-minute goal for France which brought them level at 2-2. He is the first France defender to score a World Cup since Lilian Thuram brace in a 2-1 win over Croatia in the semi-finals of France 1998.
5. The Mbappe show
The round of 16 game on Saturday was the Mbappeshow, using his pace to shred the old Argentine defence apart.
His brace saw him become the youngest player since Pele in 1958 to score two goals in a World Cup match.