- France’s offensive attack was far more efficient than Croatia in the World Cup Final, and it proved to be part of the difference in the win.
- Croatia took twice as many shots as France but had fewer that were on-target.
- Circumstance and officiating also had a big impact on the goal difference.
France beat Croatia, 4-2, in the World Cup Final on Sunday to once again bring the trophy home.
The thrilling, high-scoring match saw France stay a step ahead of Croatia, scoring the first goal off a free kick, followed by one on a penalty kick, and goals from Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe to keep Croatia at bay.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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