It's been 20 years since France have won it all in the World Cup, and they are on the verge of ending that long drought this year following their 1-0 win on Tuesday over fellow European powerhouse Belgium in the semifinals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation. Goals by Robert Prosinećki in the 13th minute and Davor Šuker in the 35th minute wrote history for Croatian football.
That goal was a timely one for both the collective and the individual, who had seen his place come under question from some quarters earlier in the tournament.
There, France would wait for Croatia again, just like they did in Saint-Denis on July 8, 1998. "This is the youngest English side in years and I think they'll do very well against Croatia".More news: Cardi B welcomes baby girl Kulture Kiari with Offset
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"We need to regroup and recover and see the opportunity. Hopefully, we can get through and go on to the final", he said on being asked about England's semifinal clash against Croatia on Saturday.
"Two years ago, I remember what happened two years ago", he said.
"They're like me - this is the most relaxed we have been, but England is obviously the first choice". We've been playing well, we're learning and we're all enjoying it.More news: Wimbledon Online Streaming Men's Tennis Quarterfinals Match (Final Set)
France lost the Euro 2016 final to Portugal. Comparing his 1990 team as a player and the current one, Southgate said, "That team had a lot of experience and had six club captains".
"It's me that scored", Umtiti said, "but we all delivered a big game".
"FIFA's priority remains the health of everyone involved in the operation and we will look into finding a new opportunity to invite the boys to a Federation Internationale de Football Association event to share with them a moment of communion and celebration", a spokesman said.More news: NASA's Kepler Telescope 'close to death' as it runs out of fuel