World Cup: France the perfect champion for a Russia 2018 where the collective trumped the individual
France is a side featuring a handful of the best players in the world, but it won the World Cup because it played the best team football. And with its 4-2 victory over Croatia in the final, it became a fitting winner, as the most successful sides in ...
Didier Deschamps: Young France players are 'on top of the world'
France was clearly the World Cup's best team. Why couldn't we see that all along?
Live: France revels in Les Bleus' World Cup victory
France storm to second World Cup title after remarkable, controversy-filled final with Croatia
In a match that had a bit of everything, Mario Mandzukic scored the first ever own goal in a World Cup final to put France in front at the Luzhniki Stadium, only for Ivan Perisic to equalise. However, Antoine Griezmann's penalty put France back in ...
World Cup: France fans delirious with joy after win, Croatia proud but disappointed
World Cup: France beats Croatia 4-2 to become world champion for a second time
World Cup Final 2018: France beat Croatia 4-2 in dramatic decider
Tour de France: Richie Porte abandons race after breaking collarbone early in stage nine from Arras to Roubaix
Australia's Richie Porte has pulled out of the Tour de France after breaking his collarbone in a crash 10 kilometres into the ninth stage, a slog over the cobbles of northern France which was won by Germany's John Degenkolb. Porte hit the ground before ...
Degenkolb wins a day of Tour de France drama
Tour de France 2018: 'Jerseys torn to shreds' during wild Stage 9
Richie Porte abandons Tour de France after crash on stage 9
World Cup 2018: French optimism resurgent
Sport proves nothing. Everyone knows that. Winning the World Cup doesn't mean that France is poised for a surge of self-confidence, resulting in higher economic growth and contentedness for all. Nor does it mean that social divisions are suddenly healed.
World Cup: Can winning the final heal France's divisions?
France's World Cup win is a victory for immigrants everywhere
France's Ghosts Return for the World Cup
World Cup 2018: Paris erupts after France win the World Cup
FRANCE erupted in joy on Sunday as the country clinched the World Cup, with fans streaming into the streets, honking car horns and flying the tricolore flag at the start of an enormous national celebration. Cheers rang out throughout the country for ...
France marks Bastille Day with major military parade as World Cup final awaits
France's cyber command marched in Paris's Bastille Day Parade for the first time
Five Palestinians cheering for France at the 1998 World Cup
As it happened: France beat Croatia 4-2 to take World Cup victory
Zlatko Dalic's team were seeking revenge against France after losing 2-1 to Les Bleus in the 1998 semi-finals in Paris, where Dalic travelled to watch that World Cup as a fan. Croatia have never beaten France in six matches. France coach Didier ...
World Cup final: France defeats Croatia
WE won't soon forget the 2018 World Cup final — and neither will the history books. The tournament that gave us VAR controversies and diving scandals delivered all that and more in a crazy decider that ended in ecstasy for France and heartbreak for ...
Liberty, equality, technology: France is finally poised to become a tech power
Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, that other great immigrant nation, France, has been working overtime for the last four years to open both its economy and its borders to tech startups. I was skeptical of these efforts a couple of years ago, but two days ...
Emmanuel Macron pictured in emphatic celebration as France lift World Cup in Russia
Emmanuel Macron celebrated France's victory over Croatia in the World Cup final with his own animated display of patriotism. The French president was seen wildly gesticulating from the VIP area in the stands next to a more subdued Vladimir Putin, the ...
This Photo of a Celebrating Macron Captures the Excitement of France's World Cup Win
France 4-2 Croatia LIVE SCORE: Mario Mandzukic pulls one back after Hugo Lloris howler
However, it's irrelevant now as France are 45 minutes away from lifting the trophy for a second time. Zlatko Dalic's men will have confidence that they can respond, but the second half will be a true test of their character and quality under the ...