World Cup Results By FIFA 18 Players Worldwide

by Steven Clarke July 18, 2018, 0:31
World Cup Results By FIFA 18 Players Worldwide

France's World Cup squad have an average age of just over 26 and they have an abundance of world-class players in Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann.

World Cup, World Cup and more World Cup - that's all France is talking about. The show will be available to stream on Amazon internationally from October 1, except in Brazil where it will be released on January 1.

It's the players, though, who have captured the French imagination, a mostly youthful, diverse group that represents a generation which traditionalists have yet to come to terms with. It took them five hours to reach the city center, as the bus with an open rooftop driven by two drivers dressed in red-and-white checkered jerseys and decorated with Croatian flags was moving at a snail's pace because of the cheering crowd along the route. For a third day in a row, the avenue was transformed into a boulevard of pride and happiness following a Bastille Day parade of French military might on Saturday that, in hindsight, was a preview for the elation of France's World Cup win.

"I had the vast pleasure and enormous privilege to live through this as a player 20 years ago, and it was in France, so of course it will be marked in my memory forever".

The celebrations were spread across the nation. "Brave hearts - You made us proud", said the Jutarnji List.

The Paris metro system got into the celebratory mood, announcing the names of a number of stations were being briefly changed to honour the players and coach, Didier Deschamps.

Macron will be relieved that joyous and occasionally chaotic celebrations across the country on Sunday night passed off without any major incident following a string of terror attacks in France since 2015 that have claimed almost 250 lives.

He also promised unions that his presidency was entering a "new phase" in which he would listen to them more closely after a year of whirlwind reform in which he largely ignored their protests.

French President Emmanuel Macron (R) and coach Didier Deschamps give the thumbs up at the Elysee Palace.

It says a lot about FIFA's bonkers organisation that we actually believed they had contrived to such an outrageous string of calls.

"There are two things that matter - one is that these 23 players are now together for life, whatever happens, and also that from now on they will not be the same again, because they are world champions", a champagne-soaked Deschamps said Sunday.

The breathless victory under stormy skies meant his side - a balance of youthful vitality and big-tournament experience - have buried the pain of their defeat in the Euro 2016 final in Paris.


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