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Kylian Mbappe an 'alien' who deserves Ballon d'Or - Raphael Varane

The ESPN FC team answer your tweets on Kylian Mbappe's stock at PSG, the 2018 France squad vs. the 1998 World Cup winning side and much more.
Free-Kick: Classic World Cup final as 'Best Young Player' Mbappe powers France to World Cup glory; Luka Modric wins World Cup Golden Ball
Stewart Robson praises Kylian Mbappe and Luka Modric after the France forward won the Best Young Player award and the Croatia midfielder took home the Golden Ball.

Raphael Varane believes Kylian Mbappe is an "alien" who could win the Ballon d'Or.

Paris Saint-Germain youngster Mbappe, 19, scored four goals at the World Cup, including one in the final as France beat Croatia 4-2 to lift the trophy for a second time.

Mbappe also won the award for best young player in Russia and Varane told L'Equipe: "If he does not win the next Ballon d'Or, we will tell him that it is not normal -- we will yell at him! Yes, Kylian is a more precocious talent...

Paul Pogba: France didn't 'give a s----' about Messi at World Cup

After Julien Laurens hails Paul Pogba's role in France's World Cup triumph, the FC crew examine whether the tournament was a new beginning for him.

Paul Pogba gave a passionate team talk before France's World Cup round-of-16 win over Argentina, stating to teammates "Messi or no Messi, we don't give a s---."

The Manchester United midfielder also called on his teammates to "kill" their opponents, a French TV documentary has shown, as France came from 2-1 down to win 4-3 in Kazan.

Pogba was heavily criticised before the tournament after an underwhelming season with United, and a France Football poll showed fans felt the midfielder was not even...

France's Antoine Griezmann welcome in Uruguay - president Tabare Vazquez

Julien Laurens explains why France's 2018 World Cup title and the resulting celebration feels more special than Les Bleus' first title in 1998.
France paraded down the Champs-Elysees as hundreds of thousands of cheering fans celebrated their second World Cup triumph.

Uruguay president Tabare Vazquez says it would be "an honour" to receive Antoine Griezmann to his official residence in Montevideo, as an appreciation of the World Cup winner's long-standing affiliation with the South American country.

Following his man of the match performance as France beat Croatia 4-2 in Sunday's World Cup final in Moscow, Griezmann accepted a Uruguay flag from a reporter at the news conference afterwards.

The gesture was much appreciated by the Uruguayan people, Vazquez...

 By Simon Kuper

World Cup lessons: France beware, sympathy for Neymar, VAR importance

Julien Laurens takes issue with ESPNFC.com's omission of France's N'Golo Kante in their World Cup team of the tournament.
France paraded down the Champs-Elysees as hundreds of thousands of cheering fans celebrated their second World Cup triumph.
We've whittled all 169 World Cup goals down to the top 10. Check out who made the cut.
Stewart Robson shares his reflections on the World Cup final following France's 4-2 victory over Croatia in Moscow.
Stewart Robson praises Kylian Mbappe and Luka Modric after the France forward won the Best Young Player award and the Croatia midfielder took home the Golden Ball.

With the World Cup over, here's a look at what we've learned from the tournament, including a warning for the winners and sympathy for Neymar.

Europe still rules the world

Western Europe has won four World Cups in a row, a sequence that no region has achieved before. Yet four different teams have triumphed, which shows that the strength is regional and not tied to one nation. The rest of the world, with about 94 percent of the planet's population, has produced just one top-three finish at...