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Summary

  1. France beat Croatia to win World Cup
  2. Pundits give their reaction to France win
  3. Reaction from France and Croatia
  4. Tell us your favourite 2018 World Cup moment
  5. What will England's team look like in 2022?
  6. Get involved using #bbcfootball or on text via 81111

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By Mandeep Sanghera

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Right, that's it from me. Thanks for your England teams in 2022 and favourite moments of the World Cup. I hope I've helped with the withdrawal symptoms of the World Cup being over.

    You can console yourselves with the fact that the Premier League season starts on Friday, 10 August and, in the meantime, there will be plenty of transfer gossip and signings to get you through.

    To finish, i'll leave you with this...

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    Video caption: Unlikely heroes, waistcoats & a buried curse: How England fell for football again
  2. What about Varane for Ballon d'Or?

    If a player had been a massive part of his side's won the Champions League and World Cup, there's no doubt he'd be one of the favourites for the Ballon d'Or - unless he was a defender.

    France centre-back Raphael Varane has helped Real Madrid to Champions League glory and France to success at the World Cup but there hasn't been much noise of him winning the coveted world player-of-the-year award.

    Indeed, the last defender to win it was ex-Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro back in 2006.

    Raphael Varane
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    Daniel Ferguson: A 30 year old Jonjo Shelvey and 10 other blokes counting their lucky stars

    David Durrant: 3-4-3 formation Pickford Mawson Stones Maguire Trent A-A Loftus-Cheek Foden Sessegnon Sterling Sancho Kane

    Super Clarets: Pope Alexander-Arnold Maguire Stones Tarkowski Alli Kane Rashford Sessegnon Sterling Dier

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    I doff my hat to you Sam. You've gone above and beyond by not only giving me you England line-up for the 2022 world Cup but also supplying a graphic.

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  5. Your next stop will be Gareth Southgate station

    A London Underground station has been temporarily named after England's football manager.

    Southgate Tube station was rebranded Gareth Southgate station from Monday morning for 48 hours, after the squad finished fourth in the World Cup.

    It was England's best result since 1990 when they also lost in the semi-final.

    "We're delighted to be able to show our appreciation to Gareth and the team by renaming the station in his honour," Transport for London said.

    The Gareth Southgate tube stop
  6. Southgate wants more chances for players

    Premier League managers need to be "brave enough" to give young England players a chance in their first teams, says Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate.

    England flew back into Birmingham on Sunday having finished fourth in the World Cup in Russia.

    The squad selected by Southgate was England's third-youngest in the tournament's 88-year history.

    "We now have players who I think can stand on their own two feet in the Premier League," said Southgate.

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    Si's Insights: My favourite moment? The second half of Belgium v Japan. Class and a tactical switch told but not before a massive scare where Japan fearlessly took on their more illustrious opponents at their own game.

    Kesis: my memorable moment has to be the Iranian acrobatic throw.

    (Let's just remind ourselves of the latter shall we.)

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    Video caption: Milad Mohammadi attempts forward roll throw
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    Ash Medley: Rooney Sturridge welbeck Gerrard Lampard scholes Baines Jones jagielka G.johnson Karius.

    (Hmmm, thanks for that Ash. Quite a few issues with your line-up. Where do we we start? Firstly, Karius is German...)

    Russ: Whatever, Team, You, Choose, Dont, Matter, It’s, Still, Not, Coming, Home.

  9. Post update

    Chris Waddle

    Ex-England winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    France have not been the best to watch but they know how to win football matches. They have managed the tournament very well.

    You have to say Didier Deschamps' gameplans have been great without being entertaining. He has won the World Cup and that's what he came here to do.

  10. 'Is he being put in the right positions?'

    Rio Ferdinand

    Former England defender on BBC One

    He has had a tough season in terms of the media and people from within the game calling him out in a Manchester United shirt.

    It's down to Jose now to unlock this Pogba we saw at the World Cup because he was responsible, he stood up to a lot of hard tests in midfield and was a talisman for this team.

    For some reason the jigsaw puzzle hasn't been put together properly in a Manchester United shirt.

    The way the team plays, I think 'are they getting the ball into him in the right areas?' He's not receiving the ball quickly enough.

    Is he being put in the right positions? These are the questions a manager has to work out.

  11. Mourinho's Pogba problem

    Paul Pogba's form for France at the World Cup has been a massive part of his country winning the tournament.

    His goals, passing and tracking back to help his defence have all been key but in contrast to his struggles at Manchester United.

    The 25-year-old joined United for a then world record £89m in August 2016 but fell out of favour at times during the 2017-18 campaign.

    He was left out of the starting line-up by manager Jose Mourinho for both legs of United's Champions League last-16 defeat by Sevilla.

    But can Mourinho now get the best out of the 25-year-old? We shall wait and see.

    Paul Pogba
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    Jam: 1. Beating Colombia on penalties was a feeling hard to match. 2. Pickford, Trippier, Stones, Maguire, Alexander-Arnold, Wilshere, Alli, Foden, Rashford, Kane, Brewster

    Maffoo: Pickford; TAA/Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Henderson; RLC, Maddison; Foden, Kane, Sessegnon subs: Sancho, Mount, Nketiah, Alli, Sterling, Rashford, Ox, Lascelles, Lookman, Cook, Butland

    (Maffoo, good work putting your subs in as well)

  13. Your chance to get that cup-winning feeling!

    #FAPeoplesCup

    Fancy a flavour of what the France players felt when they lifted the World Cup?

    You can register your interest to play in - and possibly win - the 2019 FA People's Cup, the biggest five-a-side tournament in the country...

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup 2019: Registration open for biggest five-a-side tournament in the country

    And if you want to find out more about how to get into football, visit the Get Inspired guide.

  14. CR7 Day at Juve

    Just to digress for a moment, here's the latest on Cristiano Ronaldo day at Juventus as they show off their new signing to the world. He'll be chatting later at a news conference but is going through a medical at the moment with a rather snazzy vest.

    (Aren't you supposed to do the medical before the signing?)

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    Jake Leslie: 1. My moment? Croatia beating Argentina. What a game and brilliant football from Croatia. 2. 2022 team? Pickford Alexander-Arnold Stones Maguire Walker Sessegnon Dele Sterling Foden Rashford Kane And of course can't forget Sancho, Loftus-Cheek on the bench.

    Andrew Thomas: My 2022 starting 11 as it stands. #bbcfootball Pickford Maguire, Stones, Pearce, Trent-Arnold, Trippier. Alli, Loftus-Cheek, Lingard. Rashford, Kane

    (Andrew, I'm guessing you mean Leeds United's Tom Pearce and not Stuart Pearce. Having asked a Leeds fan in the office, he says Tom showed plenty of promise after making his first-team debut in March and is an England U21)

  16. Pele comeback?

    France striker Kylian Mbappe became only the second teenager to score in a World Cup final after the legendary Pele, who helped Brazil win the World Cup in 1958, 1962 and 1970 in 1958. Pele's thoughts?

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  17. Future Ballon d'Orer?

    Rio Ferdinand

    Former England defender on BBC One

    Kylian Mbappe is the guy who will be standing up on that Ballon d'Or podium in years to come. Easy.

    I hope my old club (Manchester United) are chasing him. He has that connection with Paul Pogba too.

    There is already maturity beyond his years.

  18. A new star is born

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Moscow

    France striker Kylian Mbappe's thrilling mixture of electric pace, brilliant finishing and youthful exuberance means he can stand alongside Brazil's Neymar as a future poster boy for football.

    And, for one so young, he has a remarkably mature temperament. Mbappe was smiling broadly as he sang the French national anthem 'La Marseillaise' before kick-off - and to twist a line from that rousing song, he has everything to be the master of his destiny.

    Mbappe is at the beginning of a remarkable career and with his stellar performances here against Argentina, scoring twice in France's 4-3 win, and in the World Cup final, he simply confirmed the game's newest global star was born.

  19. Magical Mbappe

    One of the highlights of the World Cup has been France striker Kylian Mbappe. He's only 19 but what a player.

    He looks like he can take over from Lionel Messi, 31, and Cristiano Ronaldo, 33, as one of the best players in the game when their powers start to fade.

    Mbappe scored his side's fourth goal as France beat Croatia 4-2 in the World Cup final in Moscow, and won the tournament's best young player award.

    Kylian Mbappe