Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Pogba dedicates France win to Thai players freed from cave

Pogba dedicates France win to Thai players freed from cave

While Asterix is a Frenchman, Tintin - the daring journalist - has Belgium as his home. He's played a lot for France, he's played a lot of Champions League.

Tintin and Asterix have always been rivals in the world of the comic strips for both are popular for their entertainment and art.

Teenager Kylian Mbappe, who was not part of the France team two years ago, said even in his wildest dreams he would not have imagined reaching the World Cup final.

Pogba and France will advance to the World Cup Final, where they'll take on the victor of Croatia and England - for a chance to bring home the nation's second World Cup championship.

Federation Internationale de Football Association had invited the team to the World Cup final on Sunday but the governing body announced the boys wouldn't be able to attend since they are receiving medical treatment after their ordeal.

"In honour of our England getting to the semi-final, we've chose to decorate one of our buses to show our support".

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"This team have been playing together for seven or eight years and I think he has brought us tighter together with more belief in winning it".

Waistcoat mania has well and truly become something else to the point where tomorrow is also being referred to as '#WaistcoatWednesday' in support of England's crucial semi-final game against Croatia.

They return to Moscow for the game against Croatia, having played in the Russian capital in the last 16 against Colombia, albeit at the smaller Spartak Stadium. First win on penalties in the World Cup.

They showed another side to their game in this second half, looked more confident, and the goal helped.

Incredible scenes have filled the town centre after the team progressed through the competition reaching the semi-finals for the first time in 28 years. "Not even in my wildest dreams, and I am a big dreamer, would I have imagined this", he said. "We have a privilege to get to the final", he said, before saying he was "here to write a new page in history".

Lloris admitted that, the Belgium team is the best busting with talent and they have to be at their very best to cause an upset.

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