Paul Pogba wants his own World Cup star on France shirt

French players celebrate

Paul Pogba has urged France not to let an opportunity to win the World Cup pass as Les Bleus booked their place in Sunday's showpiece with a 1-0 win over Belgium.

Gareth Southgate's side will face the victor of tonight's match in the final on Sunday if they overcome the Croats.

"But I do not have a star". It's on the shirt, but I did not win it.

"There is still one more step to take, but we are proud of what we have done". He's broken out over the last 12 months, especially at the World Cup.

Croatia having endured gruelling periods of extra time in each of their knockout matches, but Pogba does not subscribe to the theory that fatigue will make France's opposition underdogs. "But it was Europe which won, and it would be amusing if we were to beat the English", said 45-year-old Francois Garnier who watched the game near the Eiffel Tower.

Belgium's coach Roberto Martinez has set his sights on building the next generation of players with a focus on 2020 European Championships.

He is not a figure popular with Tottenham fans given his connection in London and a selection of them made a decision to give him stick on Twitter after his latest performance in a France kit. They were losing 1-0 and came back.

"There are two teams and one cup". "I'm very happy for my players, we showed character and the right mentality, it was very hard for us tonight".

"For us, we are not the favourites". We have no doubts, we play together, that's our strength.

"We haven't done anything yet".

Mbappe appeared risky throughout, creating six scoring chances for his side, who will wait the winners of Wednesday's other semi between England and Croatia. "They may not play the ball well, but they defend well". I don't think he did too much.

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