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France gives World Cup winners a heroes welcome home

France gives World Cup winners a heroes welcome home”

France sensation, Kylian Mbappé, 19, who earned global recognition for his impressive performances at the 2018 World Cup tournament in Russian Federation is donating his entire proceeds to charity.

EA's stats showed that France were actually pipped to the in-game crown of most supported country by Brazil, who were the most popular team when it came to games played - racking up 170 million plays ahead of France, Argentina, Belgium and Portugal. "'Vatreni' (the "Fiery Ones" in Croatian), you are the biggest, you are our pride, your names will remain written in gold forever!" the newspaper said. Photos of superstars Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba, as well as shots of the team holding aloft and kissing the trophy in the pouring rain, dominated coverage. Many hoped the 1998 win would ease racial tensions in France.

"We are a bit sad but we must also be proud of what we've done". "They were what people would call one of the "small sides", but they are "GIANTS" at heart, and we're happy to have had our brand associated with such an extraordinary team".

The 2018 FIFA World Cup was "a thrilling competition, bringing people together through the shared love of football and sports".

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"Two years ago, it was so, so painful to get past this opportunity of being European champions", Deschamps recalled.

"We're not still celebrating "Black-Blanc-Beur", we're celebrating brotherhood", he said of the current team.

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Joy over the victory brightened the Monday morning commute in Paris, with young people in cars still singing and shouting in celebration. There were many broken windows, an overturned auto and drawings on walls that included the phrase "Liberte, Egalite, Mbappe". Choin was also impressed with the 19-year-old Kylian Mbappe.

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Mbappé replied to the tweet in English saying "The king will always remain the king", quickly gaining 15,000 retweets.

In an open-top bus, France were taken through Paris with the trophy held aloft, the public screaming their adulation at their heroes as they were driven down the Champs-Elysees amid clouds of flare smoke.

And it is not just the capital that has been consumed by football fever.

Hundreds of police in riot gear were discretely lined up on side streets to monitor revellers.

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