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    FIFA World Cup 2018

    Catch all the detailed and extensive coverage of this year's biggest sporting extravaganza on Economic Times.

    Who will win the final of the FIFA World Cup 2018 on Sunday?
    • Croatia
    • France
    Smallest nation, lowest ranked team: Croatia creates many new records to reach finals

    Smallest nation, lowest ranked team: Croatia creates many new records to reach finals

    With such a modest population, they are the smallest country to get to a World Cup final since Uruguay back in 1950.

    Croatia were lions, says scorer Mario Mandzukic

    Croatia were lions, says scorer Mario Mandzukic

    "This is a miracle. Only great teams can be as brave as we were and fight back from a goal down against teams like England," said Mandzukic, whose side face France in Sunday's final after their 2-1 extra-time win.

    Harry Kane says England defeat will hurt for a long time

    Harry Kane says England defeat will hurt for a long time

    "It's tough, we're gutted," he said. "We worked so hard, the fans were amazing, it was a tough game, a 50-50 game, when we look back we will think there's stuff we could have done better.

    The class of 2018 English side has a very un-English feel

    The class of 2018 English side has a very un-English feel

    There is a very un-English feel to how this England team has been playing in Russia. Yes, they have been lucky with the draw, but so were far starrier English sides of the past, only to crash out.

    Did​ier Deschamps hails French character after semi-final win

    Did​ier Deschamps hails French character after semi-final win

    Samuel Umtiti's 51st-minute header at St Petersburg Stadium sent the French into the final, where they will be seeking their second win since 1998 - when Deschamps captained them on home soil.

    World Cup 2018: Sony plans exhaustive digital coverage

    World Cup 2018: Sony plans exhaustive digital coverage

    With its ‘Match Centre’, SonyLIV will focus on supplementing telecast with data such as live scores, player positions, team information, match stats and commentary.

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