France stars celebrate Kante as they mark World Cup victory with fans

France stars celebrate Kante as they mark World Cup victory with fans

- France players hailed N'Golo Kanté's along with 80,000 supporters in World Cup festivities

- The Chelsea ace was an important member of the France squad at the mundial in Russia

- Kanté and his teammates also celebrated another win over Holland on the night

France summer World Cup stars celebrated Chelsea’s N'Golo Kanté with a special song at Stade de France on Sunday, September 9, as they celebrated their exploits during the world’s global football fiesta in Russia.

According to a report, it was not surprising that the French stars opted to celebrate the midfielder, in order to allow him share the spotlight.

Interestingly, while celebrating, the Les Bleus squad members surrounded the former Leicester City ace as they sang the following lyrics: "N'Golo Kanté, pala lalala, he's short, he's nice, he stopped Leo Messi, but we all know he's a cheater, N'Golo Kanté."

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Indeed, it was a very touching moment for the Chelsea man and hundreds of supporters, who had no choice but to sign along with the players.

The report further noted that one star that stole the show at the event was Antoine Griezmann who was centre of attention when he exhibited his Fortnite-themed dance steps to the amazement of onlookers.

Interestingly, Kanté and his French teammates also claimed a precious 2-1 victory over Holland, in their UEFA Nations League encounter.

France stars celebrate Kante as they mark World Cup victory with fans

N'Golo Kanté in action for France in their UEFA Nations League encounter against Holland on Sunday.
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Meanwhile, previously had reported that France emerged champions of world again as they recorded a 4-2 victory over Croatia in the Russia 2018 World Cup final.

It was an entertaining fixture played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow in front of the 50,000 capacity.

Mario Mandzukic scored an own goal to put France ahead in the match but Ivan Perisic leveled matters a few minutes later with a bullet of a shot.

Then, Antoine Griezmann converted from the penalty spot to give France the lead after the VAR had adjudged Perisic to have handled the ball in the box.

The second half was also a feast of goals for both sides as Paul Pogba made it 3-1 to France after his first shot was blocked but wasted not time to convert on the second attempt.

France were not done as their 19-year-old striker Kylian Mbappe shot from outside the 18-yard box which beat Subasic in goal which put the match at 4-1.

Hugo Lloris committed a hauler in the 69th minute as he gifted the ball to Mandzukic who tapped into an empty net to make the score 4-2.

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