Lucas Hernandez of Bayern Munich tore his ACL during France’s win over Australia, so his season is over.

Lucas Hernandez of Bayern Munich tore his ACL during France's win over Australia, so his season is over

Lucas Hernandez of Bayern Munich tore his ACL during France’s win over Australia, so his season is over. Bayern Munich says that Lucas Hernandez tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and will be out for a few months. In the opening minutes of France’s World Cup match against Australia,

France will only have one left back at the World Cup in 2022 because Lucas Hernandez tore his ACL and had to leave Qatar.

France will only have one left back at the World Cup in 2022 because Lucas Hernandez tore his ACL and had to leave Qatar

France will only have one left back at the World Cup in 2022 because Lucas Hernandez tore his ACL and had to leave Qatar. This injury will also keep him out of action for Bayern Munich for the foreseeable future, as the German club prepares for the February Champions League knockout round.

In the tie between Mexico and Poland, Ochoa saves Lewandowski’s penalty kick.

Guillermo Ochoa celebrates after saving Robert Lewandowski's penalty

In the tie between Mexico and Poland, Ochoa saves Lewandowski’s penalty kick. Poland captain Robert Lewandowski failed to score in his first World Cup game when his penalty kick in the second half was saved in a scoreless but entertaining draw with Mexico

Score for Mexico vs. Poland: Memo Ochoa stops Robert Lewandowski’s penalty kick, and the game ends in a scoreless draw.

Mexico vs. Poland

Score for Mexico vs. Poland: Memo Ochoa stops Robert Lewandowski’s penalty kick, and the game ends in a scoreless draw. Mexico and Poland ended in a scoreless draw. Mexico dominated possession and attempted to attack through the wings, with their wingers running at Poland’s back line, whereas Poland was content to absorb pressure in order to quickly counterattack.

Final score of France vs. Australia: Olivier Giroud scores twice Henry’s comeback win set a record

France vs. Australia final score, result: Olivier Giroud double matches Henry record in comeback win

Final score of France vs. Australia: Olivier Giroud scores twice Henry’s comeback win set a record. In their Group D opener at the Al Janoub Stadium, France came from behind to beat a determined Australia team. Olivier Giroud scored twice to tie Thierry Henry’s national record of 51 goals.