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Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti is full of praise for France teammate Paul Pogba. I wouldn't say that I'm young but I'm not old, yet, and we are going through nice things and want to finish it.

"Well we know what the people at home are thinking", Shearer said.

Luka Modric inspired Croatia to their 2-1 extra-time victory over England in the semi-finals, but Pogba insists it would be a mistake to consider him the only threat.

Gobert will now have to wait for the result of the other semifinals match between England and Croatia this coming Wednesday to ascertain which team France will meet in the World Cup Finals. Mbappe scored two goals in that match and cemented himself as one of the tournament's best players and soccer's budding stars. We did not forget the doubts about us at the beginning of the competition, about our ability to play together.

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Asked what Macron, who had been in the stands, said, he replied: "He said he would come back for the final, to see us with the Cup". We worked hard defensively.

"I think [Belgium coach Roberto] Martinez had chose to put (Marouane) Fellaini on him so Fellaini was only anxious about Pogba, so of course he had less freedom on the ball, but he knew what to do, he left very little waste".

"Forty-nine days together, it is a lot of things, hard things, the group stage, it is the merit of everyone". "It was so painful two years ago we have to savor it".

For sports science student Laura De Lange, 20, it was a story of failing to take chances from superior possession: "We really believed, after Brazil we thought we'd beat the French and get to the final and we're really disappointed", she said. "And in my role I've got the eyes into Euro 2020 so it's not the right moment to make an assessment just yet".

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