Perisic was named as FIFA's official Man of the Match in Wednesday night's second semi-final tie in Moscow, providing first a goal and then an assist as Zlatko Dalic's side came from behind to defeat England 2-1 after extra time.
France's midfielder Paul Pogba and France's midfielder Corentin Tolisso celebrate the team's victory in the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup semi-final football match between France and Belgium at the Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg on 10 July 2018.
"We want to work for it, to give everything we have to take this Cup home". "I mean, we are proud already because no one thought we would make it this far". I can not lie that when we beat Germany we thought that was the final. "I'll be at the park for the party afterwards, for whatever happens".
He was one of Mourinho's top targets of last summer's transfer window but opted to sign a new contract at the San Siro instead after negations with Manchester United arrived at a deadlock. "It's going to be very hard but I'm sure we'll find all the energy and the motivation we need". But they are mentally very strong.
"He has won a World Cup with France, he was a great player, he was a captain, he knows how to talk to players, he knows how to talk to players who are a bit more timid".
"For us, we are not the favourites".
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"We are a very tight-knitted community and soccer brings people together", he said. "We are chasing something and will do everything to succeed". "Serbia is a democratic society and everyone has the right to support whoever they want", Vucic said.
Either way, Pogba has proven himself one of the leading stars of the 2018 tournament, with some of football's most prestigious names rushing forward to lavish praise on the gangly wizard's sophisticated and intelligent midfield displays.
"The Croats are not just Modric".
There, he will line up alongside Barcelona's Samuel Umtiti, with Ousmane Dembele also in the squad, whilst midfielder Ivan Rakitic is likely to retain his position in the Croatian starting XI.