Diverse French team brings home World Cup championship

Diverse French team brings home World Cup championship

Diverse French team brings home World Cup championship

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JULY 15: Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd L), French President Emmanuel Macron (R) and FIFA President Gianni Infantino (L) attend the award ceremony of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Final between France and Croatia at Luzhniki Stadium on July 15, 2018 in Moscow, Russia.

Above all, there's just something terribly amusing about a striker winning the World Cup without a shot on target.

And a man in his thirties died after crashing his vehicle into a tree while celebrating shortly after the game in the small town of Saint-Felix in northern France.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup came to a thrilling conclusion with one of the highest-scoring finals of all time.

Now a member of the European Union, Croatia's economy remains weak and people have been leaving the country looking for a more secure future elsewhere.

Croatia is playing France in the World Cup final in Moscow right now.

The 2022 World Cup might also feature a change to the number teams allowed to play.

It was a spectacular show as French fighter jets flew above the famous avenue in France's capital with plumes of smoke of the nation's colours after the team's second World Cup success after they first won it on home soil in 1998.

Grabar Kitarovic displayed great passion throughout the tournament, following the team in all the games after the group stage but missing the semi-final against England due to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels.

The intense feelings that remain from the brutal ethnic and sectarian wars that accompanied the breakup of Yugoslavia nonetheless surfaced as Croatia advanced in the World Cup competition. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Croatia's female president, flew straight to Russian Federation from the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. "They could have (won it again), but did not". "We all feel French, we're happy to wear this shirt", Pogba said. "We're first and foremost responsible for our own security", the Croatian president added.

While the 19-year-old is the poster boy for France's new crop of talent, the make-up of the squad suggests they have the youth and firepower to dominate global football for years to come.

"Today is a ceremonious occasion as Russian Federation passes the FIFA World Cup torch to the state of Qatar".

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