ODSONNE EDOUARD'S impressive form for France under-21s continued on Friday as the Celtic striker converted a late penalty to seal a 3-2 win over Georgia Euro 2021 qualifiers.

Lyon winger Jeff Reine-Adelaide scored either side of half-time to give the hosts a two-goal advantage, only for Georgia to score two goals in three minutes to level the scores. Giorgi Kokhreidze pulled one back around the hour-mark and minutes later, Khvicha Kvaratshkelia levelled the scores.

With the clock winding down, France were then awarded a penalty in stoppage time through goalkeeper Luka Gugeshashvili's error. With 92 minutes played, Edouard stepped up and conbverted the spot-kick to maintain France's winning start to the qualifying campaign.

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Edouard has scored in each of his five appearances for France's under-21s and has 10 goals in just five appearances for Sylvain Ripoll's team.

France remain top of their group after three matches having won all of their games so far and face Switerland - who also have a 100 per cent win rate - in their next fixture on Tuesday night.