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France won the trophy while Croatia won the hearts: FIFA Worldcup 2018

France have won the 2018 FIFA WorldCup in Moscow at Luzhniki Stadium. France has clinched its second World Cup title with a 4-2 win over Croatia in a dramatic final in Moscow. Fans that were in the French capital watching their nation’s win brought the noise in Paris. 90,000 people at the base of the Eiffel Tower celebrating the victory.

90,000 people at the base of the Eiffel Tower
90,000 people at the base of the Eiffel Tower

American President Donald J. Trump tweeted as “Congratulations to France, who played extraordinary soccer, on winning the 2018 World Cup. Additionally, congratulations to President Putin and Russia for putting on great World Cup Tournaments.

A photograph of French President Emmanuel Macron celebrating in the press box is quickly catching fire on Twitter.

Photo of Macron captures the excitement of France's World Cup victory
Photo of Macron captures the excitement of France’s World Cup victory

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau “Congratulations Les Bleus! What a victory for France at the . Great tournament and a great young team – towel off and celebrate EmmanuelMacron!”

Putin’s umbrella steals the show at the World Cup presentation. As the rain poured down during the World Cup trophy presentation, Vladimir Putin was temporarily the only one with an umbrella . Putin outsmarts other world leaders yet again by bringing an umbrella to a torrential downpour, while leaving Macron and Grabar-Kitarovic to soak. Putin’s umbrella almost overshadowed the trophy ceremony.

Putin's umbrella steals the show at the World Cup presentation
Putin’s umbrella steals the show at the World Cup presentation

Croatia’s Captian Luka Modrić is the best player of the 2018 FIFA WorldCup in Russia. Congratulations to the WorldCup Golden Ball winner. FIFA Fair Play Trophy goes to Spain (ESP), Adidas Golden Glove Award goes to Thibaut COURTOIS Belgium (BEL) and FIFA Young Player Award goes to Kylian MBAPPE FRANCE (FRA).

Protest group Pussy Riot claim responsibility for World Cup final invasion. Four people from the crowd came onto the field during the World Cup final. Protest group and band Pussy Riot released a statement claiming responsibility for the invasion. Goals from Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappé and an own goal from Mario Mandžukić handed France a 4-2 win over Croatia.

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