"There is still a big step left, so we need to focus again". We did not come here to have a good tournament and to finish fourth.
Luka Modric inspired Croatia to their 2-1 extra-time victory over England in the semi-finals, but Pogba insists it would be a mistake to consider him the only threat.
"We had to take advantage a bit more in the counter-attacks, but congratulations to my players and my staff". I can improve and get better...
Belgium will now face England or Croatia in the third-place match at the St. Petersburg Stadium on Sunday morning.
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Later Mr Trump and German chancellor Angela Merkel had a face-to-face meeting, where the row continued. But Trump has been more conciliatory behind the scenes, including at a leaders' dinner Wednesday.
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Turkey also faces a widening current account deficit making it reliant on weak foreign investment to plug the gap. Erdogan's party retains control of the parliament due to its alliance with Turkey's main nationalist party.
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Like most of the country of 11 million, he was still proud of the team's performance at the World Cup, stunning Brazil in the quarter-final and putting recent disappointments behind it as Spanish coach Roberto Martinez galvanized a diverse group of millionaire club stars into a highly motivated unit.
"We are conscious of the situation, we do not want to make the same mistakes like two years ago".
Mbappe's brilliant backheel, following a give-and-go involving Lucas Hernandez and Blaise Matuidi, was one of several plays that had Belgium's defense in a tizzy all night.
Elite foreign divers and Thai Navy SEALs extracted the final batch of four boys, plus the 25-year-old coach, via a treacherous escape route that required them to squeeze through narrow, water-filled tunnels in darkness.
Kylian Mbappe said he never imagined - "not even in my wildest dreams" - that he could help France reach the World Cup final after Les Bleus saw off Belgium 1-0 on Tuesday. "You have to congratulate France and wish them well for the final".