Emotional Mbappe and France World Cup team return after defeat to Argentina in Qatar

Emotional mbappe and france world cup team return after defeat to argentina in qatar

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Emotional Mbappe and France World Cup team return after defeat to Argentina in Qatar | Emotional French team arrive home after World Cup final defeat to Argentina. Kylian Mbappe was appeared sombre as he got down the stairs to applause from ground staff and officials.

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