It was a message that drew a hugely positive response from Pogba's vast army of social media followers on Instagram and Twitter, with the Manchester United midfielder striking a humble tone after one of the best nights of his career. We were there, we were so close to the title, and we just fell short.
"For me, we are not favourites".
The service then tweeted: "It's been a disappointing night already, please don't make it worse by doing something you might regret for the rest of your life".
That is not a sign of a struggling team, according to Pogba, but one that has a lot of talent.
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"We were the better team in all aspects of the game", said Dalic.
Perišić 's equaliser and Mario Mandzukic's composed finish in the second half of extra time saw Croatia come from behind to beat England 2-1 in Wednesday's semi-final, though Kieran Trippier's free-kick had put Gareth Southgate's side ahead in the fifth minute. "We're in control and we've had an ideal start".
"There's no weakness in a team that is in the final".
The model knows Croatia is appearing in its first ever World Cup final.
The game becomes the most watched TV moment of 2018, overtaking all the previous matches in the tournament so far plus the likes of the Royal Wedding.
ITV announced that the peak audience for the England match was 26.6 million people, an audience share of 84%. And for me, big occasions, big players, and numerous players they were not there in the big occasion. We did not forget the doubts about us at the beginning of the competition, about our ability to play together.