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Antoine Griezmann to be honoured in Uruguay capital of Montevideo after World Cup gestures for France

The stars came out for France as Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe all scored to help Les Bleus to their second World Cup title.

Uruguay's capital, Montevideo, wants to honour Antoine Griezmann by declaring the France international an "illustrious visitor" of their city following the affectionate gestures recently shown by the player towards their country.

The newly crowned World Cup winner had a Uruguay flag, which a journalist had given him, draped over his shoulders in a postgame news conference after France beat Croatia in the final on Sunday.

The Atletico Madrid star, who scored a penalty in the 4-2 victory and was named...

World Cup scouting spotlight: Moussa Wague, Rodrigo Bentancur, Mario Fernandes

Julien Laurens takes issue with ESPNFC.com's omission of France's N'Golo Kante in their World Cup team of the tournament.

The World Cup boosted the profiles of several known stars like Kylian Mbappe but what about the next wave hoping to use Russia 2018 as a springboard into the next phases of their career? Matt Stanger scouts three such under-the-radar talents who acquitted themselves well this summer.

Moussa Wague, DF, KAS Eupen/Senegal

Wague is an attacking full-back whose performances in Russia should earn him a move to a bigger European league.
Wague is an attacking full-back whose performances in Russia should earn him a move to a bigger European league.

In this age of information, it's rare to see genuine unknowns emerge as potential stars at the World Cup. Moussa Wague is one such example, however, with few having heard...

France's Antoine Griezmann welcome in Uruguay - president Tabare Vazquez

Julien Laurens explains why France's 2018 World Cup title and the resulting celebration feels more special than Les Bleus' first title in 1998.
France paraded down the Champs-Elysees as hundreds of thousands of cheering fans celebrated their second World Cup triumph.

Uruguay president Tabare Vazquez says it would be "an honour" to receive Antoine Griezmann to his official residence in Montevideo, as an appreciation of the World Cup winner's long-standing affiliation with the South American country.

Following his man of the match performance as France beat Croatia 4-2 in Sunday's World Cup final in Moscow, Griezmann accepted a Uruguay flag from a reporter at the news conference afterwards.

The gesture was much appreciated by the Uruguayan people, Vazquez...

Arsenal's Lucas Torreira mobbed by fans upon return to Uruguay

Arsenal's Lucas Torreira received a hero's welcome upon returning to his hometown of Fray Bentos, Uruguay, following his performance at the World Cup.

Torreira, who left Sampdoria for a £26 million fee earlier this week, was mobbed in the streets by adoring fans who wanted to show their appreciation for the midfielder.

Once word got out that "Luquita" had returned home, fans filled the streets and looked to catch a glimpse of Torreira, who was evidently humbled by the scene.

Torreira, being...

 By Reuters

England, Uruguay fined by FIFA for breaking media and marketing rules

With England one win away from returning to the World Cup final, ESPN's Alison Bender asks English fans in Moscow if they think "it's coming home."
Shaka Hislop breaks down the keys for Croatia and England in their World Cup semifinal and explains the impact Raheem Sterling could have.

MOSCOW -- England were fined 70,000 Swiss Francs ($70,585) and Uruguay were given a 50,000 Swiss Francs sanction for breaking media and marketing rules during the World Cup, FIFA said on Wednesday.

"Several members of the English national team continued to display unauthorised commercial branding on playing equipment items before and during the World Cup quarterfinal match between Sweden and England," world football's governing body said.

FIFA added that the Football Association had previously been...