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FIFA World Cup 2018: Paul Pogba Dedicates France Victory Against Belgium To Thailand Cave Survivors

French footballer Paul Pogba dedicated a victory in the semifinal against Belgium in the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup, after two weeks from the cave of Thim Long province in Thailand, on Tuesday dedicated 12 children of the Under-16 team of the retired. After winning the biggest victory of his international career, Poga, sharing the photo of those children on Twitter, is the name of these heroes. Well done children, you are very strong.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Paul Pogba Dedicates France Victory Against Belgium To Thailand Cave Survivors

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FIFA, the global football organization, has also invited those children for the final on Sunday, but it has announced that since the children are undergoing treatment, their final will not be possible.

The only goal in the semifinal for France was in the 51st minute by Samuel Umberty. Later, when he was giving interviews on TV, fellow Antony Greigman came in front of the camera in front of the interview and saluted French in French, France reached the final. Umtiti said that the goal I did is that the whole team has worked hard.

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