Live: Football fans gather in Paris bar to watch France vs Denmark at Qatar World Cup

Live: football fans gather in paris bar to watch france vs denmark at qatar world cup

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French fans in Paris are gathering to watch their home country face off against Denmark at Stadium 974 in Qatar, as they compete for a place in the knockout stages at the World Cup.

Les Bleus already secured a 4-1 win against Australia this week, and are hoping to continue their streak against Denmark, who struggled with a 0-0 draw against Tunisia.

Key players including Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappe are sidelined, despite strong performances in France’s opening game, while Christian Eriksen will start for Denmark in his fourth World Cup appearance.

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