‘Thank you, Les Bleus’: World Cup runners-up France return home to rousing welcome

‘thank you, les bleus’: world cup runners-up france return home to rousing welcome

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “‘Thank you, Les Bleus’: World Cup runners-up France return home to rousing welcome” – below is their description.

The French football team returned home from the Fifa World Cup to a rousing welcome from supporters waiting outside the team’s hotel in Paris on December 19, 2022. The previous day in Qatar, Les Bleus lost to Argentina on penalties in a dramatic final that denied the defending champions their chance to retain football’s most prestigious prize.

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