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World Cup 2018 final: France supporters celebrate in Paris after winning the World Cup with 4-2 victory over Croatia

UBILANT France fans partied in the streets as they celebrated their amazing World Cup triumph.
Les Bleus are now two-time world champions after beating Croatia 4-2 in Moscow.
Thousands of France supporters gathered by the Eiffel Tower celebrate their World Cup triumph

Thousands had gathered at the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars to watch their nation in action on the big screen.
But as more and more arrived, police closed off the area for safety.
According to reports, fans threw bottles at cop cars and clashed with police in the streets before backup arrived.
Paris police warned: "The Champ de Mars fan zone is full, for security reasons we ask you to no longer converge at the entrances and try not to return to the site."


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