Two goals from Kylian Mbappe helped France to a 2-1 victory against Denmark at Stadium 947 in Doha.
This win for Les Blues means the defending champions are now the first team to confirm their place in the second round of the tournament.
France began the game the better side, creating the better chances with Mbappe shooting high over the bar from a pass from Ousmane Dembele just five minutes before half time. Denmark were able to keep their goal untainted by the halftime whistle as France had to go in and figure out a way around their defence.
In the second half, France picked up where they left off and just past the hour mark, Mbappe snuck a shot between two defenders and past Kasper Schmeichel to give France the lead. However, the lead did not last long as just six minutes after, Barcelona defender Andreas Christensen headed in the equalizer past Hugo Lloris.
Both teams kept trying to win the game as the final whistle drew ever closer and in the 86th minute, Mbappe was on hand at the back post to help in a dangerous cross from Antoine Griezmann for his second of the day and his third at the tournament so far.
This victory meant France are the first team to have made it through to the last-16 and also the first defending champions since 2006 to get out of the group stage.
France are now just the fifth reigning champions at the World Cup to win their opening two games at the tournament after Italy in 1938, Uruguay in 1954, Brazil in 1998 and Brazil in 2006.
France might be through to the last 16 but still need at least a point in their final group game against Tunisia to confirm their status as group winners. For Denmark, they currently have just one point and would need a victory against Australia to stand a chance of making the knockout round.