2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
1-0-0, 1st in FIFA World Cup
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10hIan Holyman

Pogba: I am world's 'most-criticised player'

Paul Pogba said he has become "the most-criticised player in the world" after a challenging campaign with Manchester United and now with France.

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11hJonathan Johnson

Hernandez: I faked injuries late vs. Australia

France and Atletico Madrid left-back Lucas Hernandez admitted he employed some theatrics during the 2-1 World Cup win over Australia on Saturday.

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1dJonathan Johnson

Pogba stripped of winning goal vs. Australia

Pogba's effort clipped Behich before bouncing off the bar and in, before goal-line technology confirmed it had crossed the line.

Matchday 3: Messi's misery & Pogba saves the day (0:53)
Do Australia have any hope of progressing to last 16? (0:52)
Leboeuf: France can't be happy with Australia win (4:50)
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2dJonathan Johnson

France striker Griezmann: 'It was a penalty'

France's Antoine Griezmann forgot that the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) existed but was pleased that referee Andres Cunha made the right decision.

Australia's rollercoaster of emotions vs. France (1:12)
Laurens: A draw would have been fair for Australia (3:08)
VAR history made in World Cup (1:54)
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2dDale Johnson

How VAR made history with penalty for France

Here's how history was made in the France vs. Australia World Cup game on Saturday when an intervention by VAR led to a penalty.

France's lack of creativity a cause for concern (3:11)
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2dJulien Laurens

VAR, goal-line technology bail out France

It didn't take long for VAR to rear its head. Drama ruled as France beat Australia, with two VAR referrals and a goal-line technology intervention.

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2dESPN staff

VAR penalty helps France beat Australia

Antoine Griezmann converted the spot-kick to give his side the lead after a tight first half had ended 0-0.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference1Tied-4th
Goals Scored2Tied-5th
Goals Conceded1Tied-14th