France greeted in Paris after final defeat in FIFA World Cup Final

A big gathering greeted Didier Deschamps’ players when they returned to the city.

  • After coming home, France received a thunderous ovation from supporters in Paris.
  • Didier Deschamps hailed fans after Argentina’s “cruel” loss.
  • Olivier Giroud described the squad as “a family, like brothers.

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_France greeted in Paris after final defeat in FIFA World Cup Final-1

Didier Deschamps hailed supporters when France returned to Paris after their “cruel” World Cup final loss to Argentina on Sunday. Les Bleus were attempting to become the first side to regain the World Cup since Brazil in 1962 but were defeated 4-2 on penalties by Argentina after a thrilling 3-3 draw. France rallied from 2-0 and then 3-2 deficits thanks to Kylian Mbappe’s hat-trick, but Aurelien Tchoumeni and Kingsley Coman failed to score in the shoot-out, and Deschamps’ side was defeated. Despite this, the squad was met by a large throng as they returned to Paris on Monday, and Deschamps expressed his gratitude for the support after such a heartbreaking defeat.

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It’s our responsibility as players to thank all of these French men and women who backed us and offered a lot of strength to this France squad,” he told TF1. “Even though the conclusion is terrible and painful, we had fantastic feelings. We must not forget what this squad accomplished despite facing several challenges before to and during the World Cup. During the month of the competition, they had incredible emotions. Hugo Lloris mirrored his head coach’s comments after failing to become the first man to captain his side to two World Cup titles.

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After yesterday’s anguish, [the greeting] provides a little consolation,” Lloris added. “The appreciation of the fans is the most important thing, even though as athletes we would have preferred to win this gold medal and carry the cup back to France. France will now focus on the 2024 European Championship in Germany, where they will attempt to win the championship for the third time. Lloris urged his side to maintain their positive attitude from Qatar into their next challenge, saying: “Regardless of what occurred before and throughout the tournament, we stayed a group. That has to continue for the Euros.

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Olivier Giroud, who overtook Thierry Henry as France’s all-time leading goalscorer in Qatar, added: “We’re going to give each other a great embrace and take a holiday to replenish our batteries before the season ends. It’s always tough to say goodbye to a group with whom we’ve spent a month and a half. We’re like brothers and sisters.

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