Germany’s record was beaten, having scored 13 goals against San Marino in 2006. Mbappe scores a hat-trick. Zaire-Emery also scored on his debut
Record-breaking France in history. Deschamps’ national team gets rid of Gibraltar by scoring 14 goals. A record. This is the largest result in the history of Blues and European qualifiers. “Italian” goals by Rabiot, Marcus Thuram and Olivier Giroud, who scored a brace.
France even scored seven goals in the first 45 minutes (but from the 18th minute the opponents were down to 10 due to Santos’ expulsion). The first goal is an own goal, the second is by the Nerazzurri Thuram, scored under the eyes of father Lilian in the stands, the third is by Zaire-Emery born in 2006: the midfielder became the youngest to make his debut and score with the national team since 1914. Not even time to celebrate, however, as he was forced out due to injury. Mbappé, Coman, Clauss and Fofana also scored from a penalty. In the second half Juventus player Rabiot also put his signature on the match. The ninth goal is again by Coman, the tenth is scored by Dembele, the eleventh and twelfth are scored by Mbappé (45 goals for France, he is the third best scorer ever). There is also time for the thirteenth and fourteenth goals of the match: Giroud scores them. The last one even with an overhead kick. For France it is the largest victory in its history and the largest success ever recorded in the UEFA qualifiers.