Macron consoles France in the dressing room

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The President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, who attended his team’s World Cup final defeat in Qatar against Argentina, came down to the dressing room after the final to try to console the French players. “There is no doubt that there will be regrets after this game but you played great football, you had the heart, the hunger, the desire and the talent to get there,” said the president, who later spoke to the press.

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“He is a great player and he is very young, I told him that he is only 24 years old (actually he turns them on Tuesday) and he has time. He has been the best scorer in a World Cup, someone won another one and reached the final. I was just as sad as he was,” the president said.

“I have told him that he has made us feel very proud and that we lost in our last breath, that we have been close. Sport is like that,” he added.

Macron indicated that he felt the game was lost in the first part, but all the time he believed “in the comeback”.

“It’s unusual but it happens and we did it in a heavy way. What Mbappé did was something unusual. But also the rest of the team. We regained our ambition,” he said.

“At that moment I believed with all my might. Then we did a second miracle that came back from nothing. And we had a match point,” he said.

Source: La Verdad

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