For the first time ever, Lebanon has won a game in the Rugby League World Cup.

The Lebanese rugby team beat their French opponents 29 to 18, in a historic victory. Lebanon will now go on to challenge Australia in England, moving forward with unprecedented momentum.

Lebanon hasn't qualified for the Rugby League World Cup since 2000 when it failed to win any of their group games. 

However, the team's performance against France demonstrates it has improved significantly from its last appearance at the international competition, according to The Sportsman.

Mitchell Moses, who is of Lebanese descent, stole the spotlight during the game, scoring 13 points in total, according to Fox Sports.

The score was tied 18 to 18 with just seven minutes left in the game. 

Then Moses took things up a notch, drilling a field goal attempt from 35 meters to put Lebanon in the front for the fourth time in the match.

The team shared a locker room celebration video following their win

Fans shared the exciting news as well

The best thing in the world right now?

Anything is possible!

Even Lebanese who don't know anything about rugby are proud

Mabrouk Lebanon!