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FIFA World Cup Pogba responds to critics 10 hours ago

Pogba urges France to avenge Euros defeat Pogba urges France to avenge Euros defeat
Cary Erickson | 14 July, 2018, 01:25

On Sunday, when France goes for global soccer glory against Croatia in the World Cup final, they will do so almost 20 years to the day from when the country first won a World Cup.

Pogba put in his latest assured display of a quietly impressive tournament at Russian Federation 2018 as Samuel Umtiti's header downed Belgium 1-0 in St Petersburg on Tuesday.

As the biggest game of his decorated career awaits, Pogba is willing to take the barbs in his stride so long as his desire to compete and love for the game is not up for debate.

"So, we have to be proud to be French and I want young people to say, 'Vive la France!'".

"It's just an anti-football team", Courtois was quoted as saying after the game.

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He believes there is inequality in football because nations like France has benefited from players with African blood and has therefore called on FIFA to do something about it.

'I would have preferred to have lost in the quarter-finals to Brazil, at least that was a team that wanted to play football'.

"I can improve and get better and better".

"I know the taste of defeat and it's really bad, so we want to finish this tournament well", Pogba said.

Paris Saint-German forward Mbappe has been one of the stars of the World Cup, scoring three goals and terrorising defences in six appearances to help his country reach a third final in 20 years. But you have to realize a dream.