Mbappe salutes Pele after World Cup final goal

Luka Modric
Luka Modric

17 July, 2018

Sliding into the World Cup party like.

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Putin was the only leader on the podium who used an umbrella to keep himself dry.

Macron, it seems, joined the French players during the post-match celebrations in the dressing room.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday handed over the mantle of World Cup host to the emir of Qatar, whose country will stage the 2022 edition of the tournament.

Mbappe finished with four goals at the global showpiece as the French went on to claim the trophy with a 4-2 victory over Croatia on Sunday at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic favors support for dialogue with Russian Federation, she told the Associated Press agency in an interview.

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In the World Cup final between France and Croatia, player Antoine Griezmann celebrated in the rudest way possible: with an emote dance from Fortnite.

Tens of thousands of Croatians gave a heroes' welcome to their team in Zagreb on Monday after the squad returned from Russian Federation following their World Cup final defeat.

In 1998, the-then president Jacques Chirac's popularity ratings surged after France won, but as Frédéric Dabi, head of Ifop polling agency suggests, this was probably a one-off.

On the final whistle applause from tens of thousands of Croatian fans rang out through the capital's main Jelacic square as many lit flares and set off firecrackers. "I am sure everyone liked the way they played, and so did I".

Police said more than 250,000 people came out in central Zagreb and many more along the route.

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