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Kylian Mbappe: The boy from Bondy who never forgot his birthplace
France celebrates World Cup success: The good, the bad and the ugly
As the heavens opened in Russia and torrential rain lashed down upon the triumphant French team, millions took to the streets of Paris in celebration.
Ronaldo arrives to crowd fanfare at Juventus
The world's most famous summer signing showed up for his Juventus medical in style on Monday to a throng of new supporters in Turin holding signs, waving banners and singing songs.
World Cup defining moments
After 64 matches, 169 goals, 49,651 passes and four red cards, Russia 2018 is over and France was the last team standing.
Best photos of the World Cup
The World Cup kicked off Thursday with the host nation, Russia, rolling to a 5-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in Moscow.
World Cup final: France crowned world champion
Key moments from France's electrifying World Cup final win
Washington's new leading man ... is World Cup hero
If Donald Trump thought he would arrive in England as the most popular man from Washington then he was sorely mistaken.
He's officially a Bianconero, but is Ronaldo worth it?
Even in silhouette, his celebratory pose is instantly recognizable to sports fans across the world.
Wheelchair fan: Match day experience
Elena Popova, the Russia Football Union's Disability Access Officer, goes to a World Cup match with fans in wheelchairs to see the match day experience.
Ronaldo: 'Neymar is our biggest hope'
Former Brazilian international and World Cup winner, Ronaldo, hopes their star player Neymar can lead Brazil to win the World Cup.
Duglegur: The World Cup & football in Iceland
Iceland heads to Russia as the smallest nation to ever qualify for the World Cup, but the land of fire and ice has always loved the beautiful game.
COPA90: World Cup changing our view of Russia?
COPA90 talks to Russian players and fans to find out how this World Cup offers a unique opportunity for Russia to change people's perception of the country
COPA90: John Stones on England & the World Cup
In this COPA90 interview, Poet speaks to England defender John Stones about the campaign in Russia and how negative press motivates the squad.
1-on-1: Eden Hazard and Belgium
Belgium captain Eden Hazard believes his team have the potential to make the World Cup final, after years of not delivering at big tournaments.
1-on-1 with England young gun Marcus Rashford
The 20-year-old Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford says England are more focussed than past teams, as they aim to give their long-suffering fans a World Cup title to savour.
1-on-1 with World Cup winner Hope Solo
US goalkeeper Hope Solo, one of the most decorated players in women's football, gives out tips on how to win the World Cup, a competition she won in 2015.
1-on-1 with World Cup winning captain Lothar Matthäus
Matthaus, who famously led Germany to success at the 1990 World Cup, said that he's confident the current squad have the talent to retain the title, but the South American teams could pose a threat.
1-on-1 with Vincent Kompany: 'A big part is luck'
Even though Belgium undoubtedly have the players, their star defender Vincent Kompany says what's most important in a World Cup is that the team hit their peak at the right time. And, a little luck.
The agony and ecstasy of England's shootout win