Samuel Umtiti scored the only goal of the game in Saint Petersburg as Les Bleus kept the Belgians at bay and Deschamps, who captained the 1998 World Cup champions, was pleased for his young squad.
Federation Internationale de Football Association had invited the boys to Sunday's World Cup final although the world organising body said that due to medical reasons the boys would not be in a position to travel to the game, although they would invite them to an event in the future.
"Personally, I spoke to the manager and some of my team mates, I didn't feel like I was playing as well as I should have been", Alli told reporters. We played Nuneaton Borough in the cup once and thought their centre forward was Eusebio because we'd built him up that much in the pre-match briefing.
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"It is unbelievable. It is the dream of dreams, the dream of the future, everything", Mbappe said. "It is an opportunity, nearly to try and improve on what we did against Brazil", he said.
But I figured in four years' time we'd be back. "I hope that, come Sunday, we will all be happy". "As players, we know that sometimes you can have games where your control isn't as good as it should be or your decision making isn't as sharp - and I felt like it was one of those games", he said.
"There is still one more step to take, but we are proud of what we have done". "I felt like it was one of those games", said Alli, who was guilty of some wayward passes in the first 45 minutes of the Sweden match. At the end of the day, we've got through, we're in a semi-final and it's great for the country. "When you had the ambition of getting to the final, it's tough individually and collectively to prepare for the next game". The people were very polite, they looked after us ever so well.
In-fact, 72% of England's goals have come from set-pieces.