France Triumphant in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia
France went into the 2018 FIFA World Cup final on Sunday the overwhelming favourites to win the coveted golden trophy, and they didn’t disappoint. Boasting of a star-studded first eleven line-up playing their trade in some of the biggest teams in the world, they had just enough on their arsenal to beat runners-up Croatia. The game definitely lived up to expectation, with goals and of course much controversy.
France’s Superior Quality Shines
In the run-up to the World Cup, the French team went all the way to the finals of the Euro Championship tournament, only to be beaten by eventual champions Portugal in 2016. The disappoint was shortlived though as they qualified for the world cup in impressive fashion to book their place in Russia. They were drawn in a group against Australia, Denmark and Peru. They saw off all the competition, only to drop points in their final group having already qualified for the knockout stage. Les Bleus drew South American giants Argentina in the last 16. This game proved their title credentials and propelled them within touching distance of the final. Uruguay also crumbled when met with the French test in the quarters, while France was too good for Belgium in the semis.
History Repeats Itself – France Beats Croatia Again
In a tournament where only seven teams have won the world cup in its 90-year history, the odds were in favour of the French team winning. Sports betting agencies also promoted odds in favour of Les Blues, while those who bet against France stood to make a killing. It wasn’t to be though, as Croatia was met with déjà vu after failing to beat France in 1998 FIFA World Cup semifinals. In the same tournament, France was the eventual champions, beating Brazil 3-0. With France’s win still fresh on everyone’s memory, you could win too with our top online gambling games. For the latest gambling news in Australia, visit Sunvegascasino.com.
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