French fans took to the streets of Paris to celebrate their team’s thrilling World Cup win against Argentina, which booked Les Bleus' place in the quarter-finals in Russia.
Teenager Kylian Mbappe scored a second-half double as his team came from behind to run out 4-3 winners.
After the game, raucous fans could be seen flooding onto the Paris streets, setting off flares and blowing whistles.
France opened the scoring in Kazan through a first-half penalty from Antoine Griezmann, before finding themselves 2-1 behind after a stunning goal from Angel Di Maria and a deflected finish from Gabriel Mercado.
Defender Benjamin Pavard produced a stunning volleyed equalizer to level the scores, before a quick-fire double from Mbappe, 19, in the 64th and 68th minutes gave France a two-goal cushion.
Substitute Sergio Aguero pulled an injury-time goal back for Argentina, but it was too little too late as Lionel Messi and Co. crashed out of the tournament.
With the victory, France set up a last 16 clash in Nizhny Novgorod with the winners of the Uruguay-Portugal last-16 match.
France are looking to add to their World Cup victory on home soil in 1998.