France captain Kylian Mbappe's participation in the Euro 2024 match against the Netherlands is in question after sustaining a broken nose during the 1-0 victory over Austria on Monday, according to the French Football Federation. The FFF indicated on Tuesday that Mbappe's availability for the Group D encounter in Leipzig on Friday remains uncertain, with further updates promised for the following day. The 25-year-old forward was injured in a collision with Kevin Danso near the end of the game in Duesseldorf, where his nose made forceful contact with the Austrian defender's shoulder. Mbappe, instrumental in the own goal by Maximilian Woeber that secured France's win, exited the field with his shirt stained with blood. The French federation confirmed that Mbappe underwent medical examinations at a hospital in Duesseldorf prior to rejoining the squad in Paderborn, located two hours east. It was stated that surgery would not be necessary, and that the newly signed Real Madrid player would be fitted with a protective mask to facilitate his return to play following a treatment period. France's coach, Didier Deschamps, described Mbappe's condition post-match as 'not good, his nose is a mess, that's for sure. That is the black mark of the evening for us.'