France won the Nations League on Sunday after coming from a goal down to beat Spain 2-1 in Milan.
Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappe struck to claim the title for world champions France after Mikel Oyarzabal put Spain ahead midway through the second half.
The win will ease some of the pain created by an early exit from Euro 2020 at the hands of Switzerland and highlighted just how powerful France are going forward.
Les Bleus came out on top of a match at the San Siro which came to life after Oyarzabal slid home the opener in the 64th minute when Karim Benzema returned the goal immediately at the 66th minute making the score board equal again on a 1-1 level.
Mbappe then grabbed the winner in controversial circumstances 10 minutes from the end, racing on to a through ball from Theo Hernandez and keeping his cool to slot past Unai Simon – but only after Eric Garcia’s attempts to intercept the pass played the Paris Saint-Germain forward onside.
It brought back memories of a goal Harry Kane scored for Tottenham in the Premier League against Liverpool in February 2018 when Dejan Lovren attempted to play the ball despite the forward standing in an offside position. Redknapp believes the rule needs to be scrapped.
ISMAIL OLAMINIYI reports