[PICS/VIDS] How France Celebrated After Winning Their Second FIFA World Cup

Allez les Bleus!

Allez les Bleus! Two decades after becoming world champions for the first time in 1998, France finally adds a second star to their kit after beating Croatia 4-2 in the 2018 FIFA World Cup final yesterday, 15 July.

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The French national football team erupted in euphoria the moment the final whistle rang out

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Even the usually calm and collected French President Emmanuel Macron couldn't resist letting out exuberant cheers from the stands!

The players also took a break from their own celebration to honour the Croatian team, who no doubt won the hearts of football fans all over the world

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The heavy downpour did nothing to damper the victorious French's elation as they lifted the coveted trophy during the award ceremony

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As for the Cup itself... let's just say it got a lotta love in Moscow last night

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A LOT of love. ;)

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Man of the Match and cutie pie star player Antoine Griezmann was especially emotional after their win

Celebrations continued in the dressing room, with players whipping out their phones to capture and store the night's memories for the years to come

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Benjamin Mendy and Paul Pogba even got their president to do the dab! #wholesome

Mendy and Pogba dabbing with Macron

Ben Mendy and Paul Pogba really taught the French president how to dab (via benmendy23/IG)

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In yet another wholesome moment, President Macron also visited the Croatian team's dressing room to congratulate them on finishing second in the World Cup

Meanwhile, in Paris - it's utter pandemonium as fans took to the streets to celebrate the end of a 20-year wait for the World Cup's return

Bravo, Les Bleus! Thank you to all 32 teams for an exciting World Cup, and see you in four years!

19-year-old Kylian Mbappé was no doubt a standout throughout the French side's World Cup campaign:

With the 2018 FIFA World Cup coming to an end, here's one last look at the hot footballers who graced our TV screens this year:

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