The world champions took the lead in the 20th minute when midfielder Paul Pogba’s superb raking pass was fired back across the goal by Lucas Hernandez and defender Hummels shanked the ball into his own net as he tried to clear.
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France’s Adrien Rabiot struck the outside of the post early in the second half and Kylian Mbappe had a superb finish ruled out for offside, while Germany’s misfiring attack struggled to get shots on target as they vainly chased an equaliser.
Mbappe was denied what looked to be a certain penalty after out-sprinting Hummels to chase down a long ball in the 78th minute and the French were denied once again when Karim Benzema’s late effort was ruled out for offside.
⏰ RESULT ⏰🇫🇷 Hummels own goal gives France win🇩🇪 Gnabry spurns chance to level for GermanyThoughts? 🤔#EURO2020
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The win puts France second in Group F behind holders Portugal, who beat Hungary 3-0 earlier on Tuesday.