"We haven't won the World Cup".
This indiscipline became a scandal within the national media, and Leekens suspended the player for two matches.
Mbappe, who scored 21 times in all competitions for Paris Saint-Germain last term, has netted three times in five appearances for France at this year's World Cup. That is down to desire, they wanted to make it happen.
"He is important for our style; we need this supporting play", said Deschamps. Although an exceptional start to next season from Messi or incredible finish to the World Cup from someone like Neymar could make things very interesting, the only way I could really see Ronaldo relinquishing his crown is if Kane or Modric inspire their country to glory in Russian Federation. "If you say losing means we haven't achieved anything, then I can't understand you". But Belgium has looked good as well, and could be primed to capitalize on its golden generation of players.
The Selecao piled the pressure on their opponents in a gripping second half, but could only drag one goal back through substitute Renato Augusto's header after Fernandinho's early own goal and a sweet strike by Kevin De Bruyne.
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The video, which includes some graphic language, was posted on Twitter on July 2 where it was shared more than 60,000 times. Jones and Neal were being held on $1m bail each and Stewart was being held on more than $2m bail, according to prosecutors.
The Real Madrid defender said winning the 2018 World Cup would not be easy, in a tournament where "there are no favourites" since "all the remaining teams are strong".
Roberto Martinez's men now face France in St Petersburg as they bid to secure their first World Cup final in their footballing history. "The feeling is bitter".
Varane, scorer of France's opening goal against Uruguay, believes a collective effort will be needed to keep Belgium's attacking aces under wraps.
Raphael Varane's towering header gave Deschamps's men the lead before Uruguayan goalkeeper Fernando Muslera's awful error gifted Antoine Griezmann the game-clinching goal. He's helped me from when I arrived in England, we have a very special and close relationship.
The video of this supposed training (above) has gone viral and you can see why.