Campionii mondiali vor primi Legiunea de Onoare. ”Les Blues”, dineu la Palatul Elysee / GALERIE FOTO

epa06893795 France's coach Didier Deschamps (L) speaks next to French President Emmanuel Macron (R) during a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, 16 July 2018, after French players won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match. France celebrated their second World Cup win 20 years after their maiden triumph on July 15, 2018, overcoming a passionate Croatia side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history. EPA-EFE/LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL MAXPPP OUT

Campionii mondiali vor primi Legiunea de Onoare din mâinile preşedintelui Republicii, la fel ca înaintaşii lor din 1998, a anunţat luni postul de radio Europe 1.

Până atunci, preşedintele Emmanuel Macron i-a primi luni seară pe „les Bleus' şi pe familiile lor, ca şi pe alţi 4.000 de invitaţi, printre care aproximativ 1.000 de tineri fotbalişti, proveniţi de la cluburile la care s-au format unii din noii campioni mondiali.

Revenit în Franţa alături de „Les Bleus', după cucerirea titlului mondial în Rusia, atacantul Olivier Giroud şi-a exprimat mândria pentru primirea „Legiunii de onoare' din partea preşedintelui Franţei, în semn de recunoştinţă pentru performanţa obţinută la Cupa Mondială, informează cotidianul LEquipe.

„Reprezintă mult să primeşti Legiunea de onoare. Asta înseamnă că ai făcut mult pentru ţara ta. Mă gândesc mai ales la combatanţii care merg la război şi care merită mult mai mult decât noi. Dar şi când eşti campion mondial, ai anumite avantaje. Voi primi cu plăcere această distincţie', a spus jucătorul echipei Chelsea.

Selecţionata Franţei a câştigat al doilea său titlu mondial, după ce a învins echipa Croaţiei cu scorul de 4-2 (2-1), duminică, pe Stadionul Lujniki din Moscova, în finala Cupei Mondiale de fotbal 2018, din Rusia.

Francezii s-au impus prin golurile marcate de Mario Mandzukic (18, autogol), Antoine Griezmann (38 – penalty), Paul Pogba (59) şi Kylian Mbappe (65), în timp ce pentru croaţi au punctat Ivan Perisic (28), Mario Mandzukic (69).

Sute de mii de fani au sărbătorit pe străzile Parisului victoria Franșei, însă fiesta s-a soldat cu doi morți.

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epa06893606 France's national soccer team player Paul Pogba and French first lady Brigitte Macron poses with the world cup trophy during a reception for the France's national soccer team players at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, 16 July 2018. France won 4-2 the FIFA World Cup 2018 final against Croatia in Moscow, on 15 July. EPA-EFE/JULIEN DE ROSAmore
epa06893610 France's national soccer team player Paul Pogba and French first lady Brigitte Macron poses with the world cup trophy during a reception for the France's national soccer team players at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, 16 July 2018. France won 4-2 the FIFA World Cup 2018 final against Croatia in Moscow, on 15 July. EPA-EFE/JULIEN DE ROSAmore
epa06893618 French President Emmanuel Macron and French First Lady Brigitte Macron with the France's national soccer team players at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, 16 July 2018. France won 4-2 the FIFA World Cup 2018 final against Croatia in Moscow, on 15 July. EPA-EFE/JULIEN DE ROSAmore
epa06893792 France's midfielder Paul Pogba (L) speaks next to French President Emmanuel Macron (R) and France's coach Didier Deschamps (C) during a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, 16 July 2018, after French players won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match. France celebrated their second World Cup win 20 years after their maiden triumph on July 15, 2018, overcoming a passionate Croatia side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history. EPA-EFE/LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL MAXPPP OUTmore
epa06893802 France's midfielder Paul Pogba (L) speaks next to French President Emmanuel Macron (2ndR) and France's coach Didier Deschamps (2ndL) during a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, 16 July 2018, after French players won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match. France celebrated their second World Cup win 20 years after their maiden triumph on July 15, 2018, overcoming a passionate Croatia side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history. EPA-EFE/LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL MAXPPP OUTmore
epa06893803 French President Emmanuel Macron (C) speaks next to France's coach Didier Deschamps (2-L) as he welcomes players of the French national football team after they won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match, during a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, 16 July 2018, after French players won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match. France celebrated their second World Cup win 20 years after their maiden triumph on July 15, 2018, overcoming a passionate Croatia side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history. EPA-EFE/LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL MAXPPP OUTmore
epa06893806 France's midfielder Paul Pogba (L) speaks next to French President Emmanuel Macron (C) and France's coach Didier Deschamps (2ndL) during a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, 16 July 2018, after French players won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match. France celebrated their second World Cup win 20 years after their maiden triumph on July 15, 2018, overcoming a passionate Croatia side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history. EPA-EFE/LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL MAXPPP OUTmore
epa06893823 France's goalkeeper Alphonse Areola holds the winner's trophy as he stands next to French President Emmanuel Macron during a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, 16 July 2018, after French players won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match. France celebrated their second World Cup win 20 years after their maiden triumph on July 15, 2018, overcoming a passionate Croatia side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history. EPA-EFE/LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL MAXPPP OUTmore
epa06893822 France's goalkeeper Alphonse Areola holds the winner's trophy as he stands next to French President Emmanuel Macron during a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, 16 July 2018, after French players won the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match. France celebrated their second World Cup win 20 years after their maiden triumph on July 15, 2018, overcoming a passionate Croatia side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history. EPA-EFE/LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL MAXPPP OUTmore
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