Belgium, who lost to France in the semi-finals, move up one place to second on the list
Should the 164th and 166th goals of the World Cup stand? Were the decisions that led to those goals correct?
“I’m extremely happy to be a world champion. This really is a dream come true.”
Millions of Les Bleus fans delirious with joy as their team lifts the most coveted trophy in sports.
MOSCOW: Germany came out of its shell, South Africa exceeded expectations and Russia changed negative perceptions...
It will be this current generation of French footballers who will now be forever remembered as World Cup winners.
BRUSSELS: Belgium’s football team received a hero’s welcome in Brussels on Sunday, after achieving their...
MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin knows the legacy of his World Cup will be judged partly by the fate of the...
It wasn’t a final anyone was hoping for.
Infantino says his brainchild is an attempt to close the gap in quality between the teams across the world.
Football fever has gripped the French capital.
“I feel extremely excited, I don’t know how I will wait until Sunday," says Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic.
The World Cup third-place play-off will be played tonight.
The Eden Hazard-captained side couldn't find a way past the stingy Les Bleus defence.
Les Bleus coach wants to not pressurise his charges ahead of the World Cup final.
The last of the two semi-finals will take place tonight at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium.
Liverpool centre half and Tottenham marksman will renew their rivalry tonight.
Both the semi-finalists have several players from different ethnicities yet they gel together perfectly.
The two high-flying sides meet in the first of the two World Cup semi-finals tonight.
Les Bleus will have a familiar face in the opposition dugout tonight.
FOUR days before their quarter-final against Russia, Croatia scheduled a news conference with Danijel Subasic and...
Thierry Henry will be in the Belgian dugout when they take on Les Bleus in the World Cup semi-finals.
Few fancied the hosts to do anything significant but they still made it to the World Cup quarter-finals.
"I believe we can go further but let’s keep our feet on the ground and take it step by step," says the former striker.
Keeper's horror show ends Uruguay's World Cup journey.
Says the German playmaker should have been dropped over scandal involving Turkey president.
“We’ve scored most of our goals from set-pieces, which of course, is very English,” says Man United legend.
Arguably the World Cup's best attack meets a side known for their hard-nosed defending.
Aquatic mammals Mitya and Solnyshko back the World Cup hosts to cause another upset.
The Uruguay hitman wants to fly under the radar despite being one of the world's leading strikers.