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    • Hugo Lloris Goalkeeper
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    • Benjamin Pavard Defender
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    • Raphael Varane Defender
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    • Samuel Umtiti Defender
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    • Lucas Hernandez Defender
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    • Blaise Matuidi Midfielder
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    • N'Golo Kante Midfielder
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    • Paul Pogba Midfielder
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    • 29 Clint Hill Forward
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    • Antoine Griezmann Forward
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    • Kylian Mbappe Forward
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    • Substitutes


      • Thomas Lemar Substitute
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      • Benjamin Mendy Substitute
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      • Florian Thauvin Substitute
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      • Djibril Sidibe Substitute
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      • Alphonse Areola Substitute
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      • Adil Rami Substitute
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      • Presnel Kimpembe Substitute
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      • Ousmane Dembele Substitute
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      • Nabil Fekir Substitute
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      • Steven N'Zonzi Substitute
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France vs Croatia


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15 Jul 2018 17:00 Luzhniki Stadium World Cup
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18’ Mario Mandzukic (og)

38’ Antoine Griezmann

59’ Paul Pogba

65’ Kylian Mbappe

28’ Ivan Perisic

69’ Mario Mandzukic

Commentary
96’ Thank you for joining us for a thrilling World Cup! Have a wonderful evening!
96’ Croatia was so close to claiming the trophy, however France's resiliency withheld their barage of attacks and hit back several times on the counter attack. France's dominance at the 2018 tournament was clear and obvious, perhaps this is the dawning of a new era in world football as the French brought an exceptionally young side to Russia.
96’ The final whistle is blown and France are officially World Champions!
96’ It's all over as the referee calls time on the game.
96’ End of the half.
95’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Croatia's Perisic
95’ France's Lloris takes the goal kick
94’ Fekir gives away a free-kick and it is taken quickly
93’ Cross from the right-hand side by Mbappé
92’ Yellow card awarded to Vrsaljko (Croatia).
92’ Antoine Griezmann leads a counter attack into the attacking third of the pitch and is cut down viciously by his club teammate Sime Vrsaljko. Nestor Pitana immediately stops play and shows the defender a yellow card.
91’ The fourth official raises his board to indicate that we will play 5 minutes of added time before the final whistle.
91’ Vrsaljko gives away a free-kick and it's taken short,
90’ Goal kick for Croatia taken by Subasic
89’ Goal kick taken by Lloris
89’ Rakitic attempts a right-footed high drive, but it flies high and wide to the right.
88’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Croatia's Perisic
87’ Nabil Fekir cuts in from the right wing and curls a long distance effort on goal! The ball takes a hop off the turf, but Danijel Subasic is there to smother the attempt and swing play up field.
87’ Left-footed effort by Fekir is on-target
86’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Lloris
85’ Croatia get a ball in from the right, delivered by Perisic.
84’ Ivan Rakitic plays a free kick into the area from the left wing looking to find the head of a Mario Mandzukic, however the midfielder's accuracy is off as Hugo Lloris easily comes off his line to claim the ball.
83’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Lloris
82’ Cross from the right-hand side by Kramaric
82’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Croatia's Vrsaljko
81’ Croatia's Pjaca enters the game and replaces Strinic
81’ France's Fekir enters the game and replaces Giroud
81’ Didier Deschamps will utilize his final substitution of the match as he removes Olivier Giroud for Nabil Fekir. The talented Lyon winger will look to close out the final ten minutes to seal the championship for the French.
80’ Lovren crosses from the left for Croatia
78’ France's Lloris takes the goal kick
78’ Rakitic attempts a left-footed low drive, but it goes wide of the right post.
78’ Modric crosses from the left for Croatia
77’ The momentum is clearly beginning to swing Vatreni's way in Moscow following that strange second goal, but will they have enough time to find not one but two goals to tie this game back up?
76’ Goal kick taken by Lloris
75’ Croatia's Vrsaljko tries a low drive with his right foot, but it goes wide of the left upright.
75’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Croatia's Strinic
75’ Perisic crosses from the left for Croatia
75’ Pogba gives away a free-kick and it's taken short,
73’ France's Tolisso enters the game and replaces Matuidi
73’ Two changes to make note of in the last few minutes. Andrej Kramaric has replaced Ante Rebic for the Croatians, while Blaise Matuidi exits the game for Corentin Tolisso.
71’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Lloris
71’ Croatia's Kramaric enters the game and replaces Rebic
71’ Rebic sends in an outswinging cross from the right, which goes directly out of play.
70’ Cross from the right-hand side by Vrsaljko
69’ Hugo Lloris mistakenly and nonchalantly tries to dribble around Mario Mandzukic inside his own box, however the Croatian attacker successfully blocks the ball which then rolls into the open net! Shades of the Champions League Final no doubt. The Croatians are now only down by 2 goals with 20 minutes remaining.
69’ Goal!! Mandzukic nets for Croatia
69’ Mandzukic hits a right-footed shot on-target for Croatia
68’ Modric concedes a free-kick.
66’ Lucas Hernandez made an outstanding run down the left wing and then simply dished the ball off to Kylian Mbappe in the center of the pitch. Mbappe notices the amount of room Domagoj Vida is granting him and then blazed a right footed blast that left Danijel Subasic completely rooted to the ground. What a shot from the teenager!
65’ Goal!! Scored by Mbappé (France).
65’ Mbappé hits a right-footed shot on-target for France
65’ Kylian Mbappe scores from long range! The French now lead 4-1! They must be able to feel the trophy in their hands at this point!
64’ Rebic is off-target with a right-footed shot
64’ Croatia get a ball in from the left, delivered by Vrsaljko.
63’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Croatia's Perisic
62’ Cross from the left hand-side by Griezmann
62’ France win a corner on the right, Griezmann sends in an inswinging cross
61’ Wide of the mark from Giroud who drives a left-footed shot off-target
61’ The ball is crossed in from the right by France's Matuidi
60’ Kylian Mbappe cuts in a pass from the right wing that finds Antoine Griezmann with his back to goal. Griezmann then lays the ball off to Paul Pogba who attempts a first time shot that is immediately blocked by Dejan Lovren. The midfielder then calmly attempted another shot with his left foot that he perfectly curled around the defenders and into the back of the net!
59’ Goal!! Scored by Pogba (France).
59’ Left-footed effort by Pogba is on-target
59’ Pogba tries a right-footed shot but can't find the goal.
59’ POGBAAAA!!!! The midfielder has scored to double the French lead! Les Bleus now have a 3-1 lead over Croatia!
59’ The ball is crossed in from the left by France's Mbappé
58’ Perisic crosses from the right for Croatia.
58’ Giroud gives away a free-kick and it is taken quickly
58’ Croatia get a ball in from the right, delivered by Perisic.
57’ Giroud gives away a free-kick and it's taken short,
56’ Didier Deschamps has taken out his talisman Ngolo Kante! The Chelsea midfielder was already sitting on a yellow card, so perhaps this is just Deschamps attempting to be cautious as this game gets more and more physical. In his place comes on Steven N'Zonzi.
55’ France's N'Zonzi enters the game and replaces Kanté
55’ Croatia's Mandzukic is offside, according to the assistant referee
54’ A cross is played into the area from the left flank seeking to connect with Mario Mandzukic! The striker and Hugo Lloris violently collide at the penalty spot sending the keeper to the ground holding his side. Ultimately the play is brought back for an offside.
54’ Rakitic crosses from the right for Croatia.
52’ Mbappé is on target with a right-footed effort for France
52’ Paul Pogba springs the speedy Kylian Mbappe with a fantastic pass down the right wing and the youngster blazes by Domagoj Vida! Mbappe then drove a shot on goal, but Danijel Subasic charges off his line to make a vital save to keep the French lead at one goal.
50’ Goal kick taken by Lloris
50’ Croatia's Vrsaljko unleashes a right-footed volley, but it goes wide of the left post.
50’ Modric crosses from the left for Croatia
50’ Corner for Croatia. Modric sends in an outswinging corner from the right.
49’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Lloris
48’ Ante Rebic is sent into the area with a perfect pass, then he rifles a high drive with his left foot destined for the back of the net! Hugo Lloris tracks the shot and makes a spectacular leaping save to deflect it over his cross bar giving the Croatians a corner kick.
48’ An outswinging corner by Modric from the left for Croatia
48’ Rebic sends a left-footed effort at goal
47’ Olivier Giroud brings down a long ball at the edge of the box and lays it off for a trailing Antoine Griezmann! The attacking Frenchman levels a curling shot on goal, but Danijel Subasic is there to make a comfortable catching save in the middle of the net for the evening's first save.
47’ Left-footed effort by Griezmann is on-target
46’ Croatia get a ball in from the left, delivered by Rebic.
46’ The second half has begun under the ominous skies of Moscow! Neither side made a change at the half so we continue on with the same 22 players on the pitch that began it.
46’ The half is underway.
49’ That first half had it all! An own goal against the run of play, an almost immediate equalizer by the Croatians, a VAR awarded penalty kick, several yellow cards, and the looming threat of a weather delay. What else could you possibly ask for? The Croatians must regroup at halftime and realize that they have been in the driver's seat for much of the match. Finding an equalizer against this staunch French defense might seem like a tough proposition, however they've already done it once today.
49’ Action ends as the whistle blows for the end of the half.
48’ Strinic gives away a free-kick and it is taken quickly
48’ Cross from the left hand-side by Vrsaljko
48’ The whistle is blown to bring the first half to a close! France head to the locker room with a 2-1 lead over Croatia in the 2018 World Cup Final!
48’ France's Matuidi gives away a free-kick for a challenge on Modric, they opt to take it short.
48’ Croatia's Subasic takes the goal kick
47’ The rain continues to pour down on the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, but now there is an added element of both lightning and thunder. This makes you wonder what it would take for FIFA to bring the World Cup Final to a pause for a weather delay.
46’ France's Lloris takes the goal kick
46’ Ivan Rakitic delivers a corner kick from the left flag into the center of the area and finds Domagoj Vida! The flying defender glances a header toward goal, however his aim is just off as it missed the far post by a few feet to the right.
46’ A header from Croatia's Vida goes wide of the right upright.
46’ Croatia get a ball in from the right, delivered by Rakitic.
46’ Croatia's Rakitic curls in an inswinging corner from out on the left.
44’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Croatia's Rakitic
44’ Croatia's Rakitic curls in an inswinging corner from out on the left.
44’ Croatia's Rakitic curls in an inswinging corner from out on the left.
43’ Lovren tries a right-footed shot but can't find the goal.
43’ Cross from the left hand-side by Modric
43’ A Luka Modric free kick pings around the area, eventually falling to Liverpool's Dejan Lovren just outside the 6 yard box! The defender attempts to hammer a volley passed Lloris, however Paul Pogba is there to block the ball out of play for a cross.
43’ Umtiti concedes a free-kick.
41’ Lucas Hernandez abruptly brings a Croatian counter attack to a stop with an aggressive sliding tackle. Once again, Nestor Pitana is left with no other option than to give Hernandez the second yellow card of the evening.
41’ Yellow card awarded to Hernández (France).
40’ Cross from the left hand-side by Mbappé
40’ Rebic's left-footed volley is going off target and the keeper claims the ball with ease.
40’ Perisic crosses from the right for Croatia.
38’ Goal!! Scored by Griezmann (France).
38’ France win a free-kick resulting in a Left-footed on-target effort by Griezmann
38’ Griezmann sends a left-footed free-kick at goal
38’ Griezmann hits a left-footed free-kick on-target
38’ On-target free-kick by Griezmann who drives left-footed
38’ Griezmann hits a left-footed free-kick on-target
38’ Antoine Griezmann converts this VAR awarded penalty kick with his left foot! The Atletico Madrid star deposited the ball coolly into the bottom left corner of the net, then he sprinted over to the corner flag and performed his trademark Fortnite "Take The L" dance.
36’ Penalty! The ref adjudges Perisic handled the ball in the box and awards the spot-kick.
36’ Nestor Pitana and the VAR team have decided that this is indeed a penalty kick for France!! What a change in momentum once again in this match. It seems that Antoine Griezmann will be the French player that takes this penalty kick.
34’ France get a ball in from the left, delivered by Griezmann.
34’ France win a corner on the right, Griezmann sends in an inswinging cross
34’ Antoine Griezmann flings in a corner kick to the near post that glances off of Blaise Matuidi and then takes a wicked deflection out of bounds for another corner kick. The French team pleads for the VAR team to take a look at this event as they feel that Ivan Perisic used a hand to block the ball out of bounds.
33’ Croatia get a ball in from the left, delivered by Rebic.
33’ Ante Rebic cuts back to lose Lucas Hernandez down the right flank and whips in a cross, however Hugo Lloris makes a routine catch at his hear post to stop the attack.
30’ France's Mbappé is caught offside.
29’ CROATIA HAVE TIED IT!!! The ball bounces around the area following a free kick, ultimately falling to the lurking Ivan Perisic at the top of the box. Perisic cuts the ball back to his left foot and absolutely hammers a rocket into the lower right corner of Hugo Lloris' net! What a sensational shot from the winger to tie this game.
28’ Goal!! Perisic scores for Croatia
28’ Left-footed effort by Perisic is on-target
27’ Yellow card awarded to Kanté (France).
27’ N'Golo Kante takes down Ivan Perisic during a rapidly building Croatian counter attack bringing play to a halt. Unfortunately for Kante, Pitana has no choice other than to show the Chelsea man a yellow card.
25’ Goal kick taken by Lloris
24’ Rakitic attempts a left-footed volley, but it flies high and wide to the right.
24’ Mandzukic crosses from the left for Croatia
24’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Croatia's Modric
23’ Pavard gives away a free-kick for a foul on Rebic
23’ Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe receive a perfectly placed through ball from the midfield resulting in a two-on-one opportunity! Mbappe tries to cut back to avoid the trailing defender, but Domagoj Vida executes a perfectly timed sliding tackle to dispossess the French attacker.
22’ France's Giroud gives away a free-kick for a challenge on , they opt to take it short.
22’ France's Lloris takes the goal kick
21’ Vida's headed effort flies high and wide to the right
21’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Croatia's Modric
21’ Luka Modric swings in a free kick from the right wing and finds his defender Domagoj Vida at the near post! Vida rises up and heads the ball toward Hugo Lloris' net, however his effort is placed far to high to even challenge the keeper.
19’ The ensuing free kick is delivered into the area by Antoine Griezmann! The ball bends in toward the far post, takes a slight deflection off of the head of Mario Mandzukic, and flies into the upper left corner of the net. This one will undoubtedly go down as a Mandzukic own goal which is clearly unfortunate.
19’ GOAL!!! France score off of the free kick!!
18’ OWN GOAL!! Mandzukic puts it into his own net!
17’ The ball is crossed in from the left by France's Mbappé
17’ France finally are beginning to find success with the ball in the attacking third. After a series of passes in and around the area, Les Bleus have earned a free kick in an exceedingly dangerous area of the pitch. Antoine Griezmann stands over the ball waiting for the whistle.
17’ France get a ball in from the right, delivered by Hernández.
15’ Ivan Perisic leads a counter attack down the left wing and finds himself wide open as he enters the box! The winger tries to cross the ball low into the center of the area, however Samuel Umtiti makes an excellent run back to cut off the pass and clear the ball away from danger.
15’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Croatia's Perisic
15’ France's Lloris takes the goal kick
14’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Subasic
12’ France's Lloris takes the goal kick
11’ Cross from the right-hand side by Rakitic
11’ A delicately chipped pass is lobbed over the French back line and finds the streaking Ivan Perisic inside the area! Perisic attempts to cushion the ball down with his left foot, but his first touch is too heavy sending the ball out of bounds for a goal kick.
10’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Croatia's Perisic
9’ France is struggling to move the ball out of their own half as Zlatko Dalic has clearly asked his team to press frequently in the early goings of today's match. The bright side is that the Croatians have already committed several fouls and Nestor Pitana may have to break out a yellow card if they continue to do so.
9’ Croatia's Rebic gives away a free-kick for a challenge on Pogba, they opt to take it short.
9’ Croatia get a ball in from the left, delivered by Rakitic.
9’ Croatia's Modric curls in an inswinging corner from the left.
8’ Ivan Rakitic plays a pass to Ivan Strinic that sees the defender charge into the area seeking to hammer in a cross! Strinic attempts to pass the ball, but Kylian Mbappe tracks back to block the ball out for the first corner kick of the match.
7’ France's Kanté gives away a free-kick for a challenge on , they opt to take it short.
6’ Free-kick awarded against Mandzukic for a challenge on Umtiti. The ball is passed into play.
6’ Goal kick taken by Lloris
5’ Sime Vrsaljko is sprung down the right wing by Ante Rebic with a beautiful pass to the end line! The wingback then leveled in a cross to the near post looking to find Mario Mandzukic, however the ever present Raphael Varane is in position and makes a decisive early clearance to deny the Croatians of an early scoring chance.
5’ Vrsaljko crosses from the left for Croatia
4’ Cross from the right-hand side by Strinic
2’ Samuel Umtiti dribbles out of his own area and is then cut down at the edge of the box by a pressing Luka Modric. Nestor Pitana seeks to assert that he will not allow for such physical play this early on and grants France a free kick.
2’ Modric gives away a free-kick and it is taken quickly
1’ The FIFA World Cup Final is underway in Russia!! The French national team begin the match attacking from left to right in their all blue kits, meanwhile the Croatians wear their traditional red and white checkerboard jerseys. Today's officiating crew is headed up by the Argentinian Nestor Pitana who is assisted by his countrymen Hernan Maidana and Juan Pablo Belatti as well as the fourth official Bjorn Kuipers.
1’ The half is underway.
0’ Les Bleus have a history of success when facing off against the fairly young country of Croatia. In five previous meetings the French have a record of three wins and two draws, including a victory over the Croatians in the 1998 World Cup Semifinals. In that meeting Lilian Thuram netted a brace to eliminate Vatreni, even more impressively those were the only two international goals the defender scored in his 142 game career with the French national team.
0’ Croatia Bench: Dominik Livakovic, Vedran Corluka, Mateo Kovacic, Andrej Kramaric, Lovre Kalinic, Tin Jedvaj, Filip Bradaric, Duje Caleta-Car, Milan Badelj, Marko Pjaca, Josip Pivaric
0’ Croatia (4-2-3-1): Danijel Subasic; Sime Vrsaljko, Dejan Lovren, Domagoj Vida, Ivan Strinic; Ivan Rakitic, Marcelo Brozovic; Ante Rebic, Luka Modric, Ivan Perisic; Mario Mandzukic
0’ France Bench: Presnel Kimpembe, Thomas Lemar, Ousmane Dembele, Corentin Tolisso, Steven N'Zonzi, Steve Mandanda, Adil Rami, Nabil Fekir, Djibril Sidibe, Alphonse Areola, Benjamin Mendy, Florian Thauvin
0’ France (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris; Benjamin Pavard, Raphael Varane, Samuel Umtiti, Lucas Hernandez; Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante; Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann, Blaise Matuidi; Olivier Giroud
0’ Vatreni's magical run to the finals has been nothing short of spectacular, especially after completely dominating an extremely tough Group D and reaching the knockouts with victories over Argentina, Nigeria, and Iceland. Croatia then went on to defeat Denmark and Russia, both going to penalty kicks, and finally Vatreni found a late winner in extra time against England's young squad. A serious worry coming into today's affair is how fresh the Croatian players will be after playing three consecutive extra time games, particularly as they come up against a team that has not needed to play 120 minutes all tournament.
0’ Les Bleus finished the group stage in first place with two victories over Australia and Peru, plus a scoreless draw with the Danish Dynamite on the final day of the group phase. Since then the French have gone on to eliminate Lionel Messi's Argentina squad in a particularly fascinating 4-3 thriller, the Uruguayans in the quarterfinals, and Belgium's Red Devils in the semis. Didier Deschamps exceedingly talented team has featured excellent defending from Raphael Varane and Samuel Umtiti, impressive attacking prowess from Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe, all the while receiving unparalleled performances in the midfield from Paul Pogba and Ngolo Kante. Can Les Bleus continue their remarkable run today to crown themselves World Champions?
0’ Thirty-two days filled with sixty-three total games all comes down to this! Today the world watches in anticipation as a world champion will be crowned at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. France and Croatia battle for the title of 2018 World Cup Champion in just over an hour, but in the meantime let's take a look at today's starting lineups and how each team reached the final.
0’ Croatia XI: Danijel Subasic , Sime Vrsaljko , Dejan Lovren , Domagoj Vida , Ivan Strinic , Ivan Rakitic , Marcelo Brozovic , Ante Rebic , Luka Modric , Ivan Perisic , Mario Mandzukic
0’ Croatia Subs: Andrej Kramaric , Marko Pjaca , Mateo Kovacic , Lovre Kalinic , Duje Caleta-Car , Vedran Corluka , Milan Badelj , Tin Jedvaj , Josip Pivaric , Filip Bradaric , Dominik Livakovic
0’ France XI: Hugo Lloris , Benjamin Pavard , Raphael Varane , Samuel Umtiti , Lucas Hernandez , Paul Pogba , N'Golo Kante , Kylian Mbappe , Antoine Griezmann , Blaise Matuidi , Clint Hill
0’ France Subs: Corentin Tolisso , Steven N'Zonzi , Nabil Fekir , Ousmane Dembele , Presnel Kimpembe , Thomas Lemar , Benjamin Mendy , Florian Thauvin , Djibril Sidibe , Alphonse Areola , Adil Rami , Steve Mandanda

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So-Mathabo-KBY Joined: 29 Aug 2016
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So-Mathabo-KBY Jul 16, 2018 06:06 AM
@Ricworld well said its really pathetic to claim French players as our own now cause they won the world cup, most of those "African" players have never even sat foot in Africa. If they were indeed African they'll be representing their respective African countries...even after the match they were running around with the French flags,Yes we can celebrate black players winning the world cup but to say Africa has won the world cup that's just rubbish, Africa has failed dismally at this world cup due to their corruption and lack of hard work, which is a story for another day
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roger-fetumba Jul 16, 2018 05:27 AM
What a good weekend of foitball Belgium gets the bronze medal, Zebra won the Maize Cup.....and France top it up by winning the WORLD CUP!!!!
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Zothani_Linda Jul 16, 2018 04:31 AM
Refugees won yes...
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fanist Joined: 20 May 2016
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fanist Jul 16, 2018 12:18 AM
Applause to Croatian coach for being in the final after joining the national team for only nine months ago. Others need years to archive wat he did.
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fanist Jul 16, 2018 12:14 AM
I feel pain for Croatia to me they deserved a victory
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Sanchez Alexis Jul 15, 2018 11:19 PM
Two things which contributed to Croatia's downfall are; 1. An owngoal 2. Dubious VAR penalty Let them introduce this var here in Mzansi we'll set all stadiums alight.
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Mzi4Pool Jul 15, 2018 10:53 PM
France the same nation that oppressed our fellow Africans in the west and central Africa, disappointed
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Ricworld Joined: 29 Feb 2016
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Ricworld Jul 15, 2018 10:20 PM
What’s all this noise about French players being of African origin?Those guys won the WC for their beloved country not for Africa , it’s high time we start doing things the right way and stop celebrating other people’s success......pathetic cows!!!!
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Michaeltshigama Jul 15, 2018 09:56 PM
Mandzukic scored an own goal in 17 minutes n his wearing jersey number 17 n by the way the was no way Croatia could have beaten France... France has a lot of talented players n play as a team n they possess nice skills, bravo Les Blues
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Kidos Jul 15, 2018 08:59 PM
Where is Neymar and Alves whom are jealously, and emotionally abuse Mbappe calling him names and said is a cow in front of team mates at PSG dressing room? They failed to win the world cup
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murendeni joe Jul 15, 2018 08:59 PM
Congrats to France, their coach won the world cup as a team captain and he won it again as a coach and that makes him most decorated member in France football history
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kingMzu84 Jul 15, 2018 08:46 PM
Safa must fire Baxter now nd hire someone who wl take us to 2022 fifa world cup
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pato Jul 15, 2018 08:30 PM
@Kidos gagaga they are going to kill you with their father figure.....
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kingMzu84 Jul 15, 2018 08:19 PM
Without African playes France wud b ordinary team lyk Scotland
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Le005 Jul 15, 2018 08:04 PM
Africa won the World Cup indirectly.
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Kidos Jul 15, 2018 07:48 PM
France has lifted world cup trophy, while other team has lifted a bag of 12,5kg yellow mealie mealie. Congratulations to both teams
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KK-kELLS Jul 15, 2018 07:48 PM
Ngolo Kante was their backbone, he's an unsung hero...credit to him...the should be the player of the tournament or Griezmann
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Ntsunda112 Jul 15, 2018 07:47 PM
This French team has 14 African roots players
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blackmeteor Jul 15, 2018 07:23 PM
Consolation price to Modric, but credit to him........
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blackmeteor Jul 15, 2018 07:22 PM
Croatian President loves Mbappe!

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    • Mario Mandzukic Forward
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    • Ivan Perisic Forward
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    • Ante Rebic Forward
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    • Substitutes


      • Vedran Corluka Substitute
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      • Milan Badelj Substitute
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      • Tin Jedvaj Substitute
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      • Josip Pivaric Substitute
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      • Filip Bradaric Substitute
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      • Duje Caleta-Car Substitute
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      • Lovre Kalinic Substitute
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      • Mateo Kovacic Substitute
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      • Marko Pjaca Substitute
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      • Andrej Kramaric Substitute
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      • Dominik Livakovic Substitute
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