What Mourinho Has Said About Paul Pogba's Performance Vs. Belgium

Lynette Rowe
July 11, 2018

"We'll see you for the finals in Paris, and it will be on the Champs de Mars and there will be many more of us", she said, speaking from the City Hall, where 20,000 people watched the semi-final on a giant screen. "I feel very proud for my group".

A huge England flag has been painted on the side of a bus as Reading gets behind the boys in Russian Federation ahead of the World Cup semi-final.

On Wednesday, La Liga said they had invited the boys and their coach to Spain to attend a Spanish top flight game in the future when they have fully recovered from the ordeal.

Then in the latter stages of the match, the 25-year-old was allowed to go forward more as France sat deep and defended their lead.

"We wanted to reach this final, and now we have made it", he told TF1.

Croatia are wary of the threat posed by England captain Harry Kane, who is the tournament´s leading scorer with six goals so far. Right back Sime Vrsaljko limped off during extra time but Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic has described the injury as a "niggle". In the match, France relied on their excellent set of defenders, as Samuel Umtiti and company managed to hold the high-flying offense of Belgium scoreless.

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They will now face Croatia or England in Sunday's showdown and are likely to be heavy favourites regardless going into that match.

Goalkeeper Danijel Subasic had a hamstring injury during extra time against Russian Federation but remained in the match and played his role when the game went to penalties.

"It has been a few years since he said what he said about me".

So get your kippers and slippers prepped, do your morning (or evening) calisthenics now, and for heaven sakes ring Mum, otherwise you just know she'll ring you during the match.

It is the first time since 1998 that the nation of just over four million people have reached this stage, after they eliminated Russian Federation in a penalty shootout at the weekend.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho praises the performance of Paul Pogba after he helped France defeat Belgium in the World Cup semi-finals.

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