2018 Football World Cup Final – Match Report
2018 Football World Cup Final France’s array of superstars came out to shine as Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe fired them to World Cup glory with an emphatic 4-2 win over Croatia in the 2018 Football World Cup Final. A memorable final requirement to ensure his status as the best World Cup in the tournament. It got it. This 31-day festival was a Finnish event in Gareth Southgate, and it was the highest highest scorer, because England defeated West Germany 4-2 in 1966. They sang for the sake of football. At least the score was the same and the dream of what dreams of England and their fans would be, would never stop – only 22 minutes from the final, if anyone needed a reminder.
2018 Football World Cup Final- Match Summary
* France win World Cup for second time, after winning in 1998
* Deschamps third person to win the World Cup as both player & manager
* Mandzukic own goal, Griezmann pen (after VAR review), Pogba and Mbappe score for France in the final.
* Perisic and Mandzukic (from Lloris error) sco;re for Croatia
* Griezman named the man of the match for 2018 football world cup final.
* Modric named best player, Mbappe best young player, Courtois best goalkeeper & Harry Kane the best goal scorer.
Who said what after the final
France captain Hugo Loris: “It’s nice to see the French people joyous, to see them with a smile, to see them with tears. That’s how we like to see our country and football has that power. We can be proud of ourselves. It was a great privilege to have raised the trophy as captain, and I thank all my team mates for allowing the French team to win, for allowing me to lift this trophy that has such rich history.”
France coach Didier Deschamps : “I don’t want to talk about me but what I remember is my own history and that adventure is linked to these players’ adventure. I had the immense privilege to live through this 20 years ago, and in France, but what the players have just done is just as beautiful, just as powerful. I have a son who is 22 now. When we were champions he was too young to understand. His generation now have this happiness to live through.”
Croatia captain Luka Modric: “We have no regrets because we were the better team for much of the game. Unfortunately, some clumsy goals swung it their way. They will be celebrating but we can hold our heads high. When the emotions settle, we will be able to analyze more clearly. I am proud of the (best player) award. The incredible fan support makes me even happier. You know that despite the defeat you’ve achieved something big.”