King, Queen of Belgium, Macron to attend World Cup semi-final

King, Queen of Belgium, Macron to attend World Cup semi-final

King, Queen of Belgium, Macron to attend World Cup semi-final

"France has always been one of the favourites to win the tournament". Whereas, Croatia has won a couple of matches with one draw against England.

"He's quick and strong, a complete defender", Vermaelen said.

Chelsea striker Giroud, 31, has yet to score in Russian Federation but wants to end that run against Chelsea teammate Courtois. The official back-story of the mascot states that he is an aspiring football player who is "charming, confident and social".

Giroud, who is yet to open his account at this year's World Cup, acknowledged the physical differences between the pair but joked they do have one thing in common.

"They have everything they need to be a great team and they are a great team".

"I have scored a few goals against him in training with Chelsea and I hope I can do it on Tuesday".

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Arsenal legend Henry enjoyed a glittering worldwide career, winning the 1998 World Cup and 2000 European Championship.

France and Belgium will be playing for a spot in Sunday's final in Moscow.

"For us to finally be able to knock out a formidable opponent is because of the experience we've picked up at previous tournaments and also the development of our players at their clubs", Vermaelen said. Former German footballer and part of the 1990 World Cup winning squad, Jurgen Klinsmann, coached the U.S. football team between 2011 to 2016.

"We're going to support France today because our home is known as Little Paris", Mayor Sergei Gromov said.

"For me Kylian Mbappe is the best player in the French selection". He might not have the flamboyant style but the team needs him even if he doesn't score.

They may have just booked their place in the World Cup semi-finals, but Thierry Henry and Eden Hazard were quickly on hand to comfort Neymar after Belgium beat Brazil.

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