UEFA Nations League: Harry Maguire sent off on bad night for England, Kylian Mbappe gets France winner
Harry Maguire was sent off for England in the first half at Wembley for two clumsy yellow cards, and Christian Eriksen then converted a 35th-minute penalty on the occasion of his 100th cap to put the Danes ahead.
Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Wales star Gareth Bale relieved after getting away with rash tackle on Slovakia defender Milan Skriniar
Wales have failed to win in five previous encounters with Croatia and Gareth Bale would love to end that run against his Real team-mate Luka Modric
Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Whirlwind comeback gives Netherlands 4-2 win over Germany, Belgium cruise past San Marino
Netherlands scored four goals in just 32 minutes to take the game from 2-2 to 4-2 in the closing stages of the Euro 2020 Qualifiers.
Croatia court drops perjury charges against Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren in Zdravko Mamic corruption case
Lovren, 29, was charged in September with committing perjury over his testimony at the 2017 trial of former Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamic, who is accused of multi-million-euro graft
UEFA Nations League: Croatia bolstered by return of home fans ahead of difficult fixture against Spain, says captain Luke Modric
Just two months after reaching the World Cup final, where they were beaten 4-2 by France, Croatia were hammered 6-0 by a resurgent Spain in their opening fixture.
UEFA Nations League: Croatia to face England behind closed doors as fans serve stadium ban for display of Nazi imagery
Croatia's return to football on home soil after their impressive run in the World Cup has been sombre, with the country playing behind closed doors due to racist imagery being displayed in their matches by fans.
Premier League: Liverpool's Dejan Lovren ruled out for three weeks after aggravating pelvic injury on international duty
Liverpool's Croatian defender Dejan Lovren faces an extended period on the sidelines with a pelvic injury, with manager Jurgen Klopp saying that the injury is a result of his exertions in the World Cup.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Stewards who failed to stop pitch invasion during final to face disciplinary measures
Stewards at the World Cup final who were unable to stop members of the Russian punk-rock band Pussy Riot from invading the field during play will face disciplinary measures.
FIFA World Cup 2018: From Hugo Lloris' blunder to Vladimir Putin's umbrella, five of the strangest moments from final
The FIFA World Cup final truly lived up to its billing by providing more than its fair share of drama, excitement and a little bit of heartbreak. Here we take a look at five bizarre moments that gave us something to laugh about.
France beat Croatia in FIFA World Cup final; Didier Deschamps becomes third man to win as coach and player
France beat Croatia to win the World Cup for the second time, with Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann scoring for Les Bleus.
France beat Croatia to win the World Cup and establish themselves on the global stage. Here's a look at how Twitter reacted to the victory.
Russian President Vladimir Putin officially handed over the duties of hosting the World Cup to the Emir of Qatar in the presence of FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
FIFA World Cup 2018: France banks on football to unite a nation fractured by anti-immigrant sentiments
The French football team's exploits at the World Cup has brought a temporary sense of unity to a country that has been fractured by rising anti-immigrant sentiment.
FIFA World Cup 2018: France's tireless N'Golo Kante will take on Croatia's masterful Luka Modric in midfield battle
As France take on Croatia in the World Cup final, we take a look at several key head-to-head battles between players of both teams that may decide who wins the match.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Nestor Pitana adds refereeing a final to resume that boasts nightclubs, films and basketball
Argentine Nestor Pitana has had a slightly different route to becoming the referee of the FIFA World Cup final, a journey that includes a stint as an extra in films and a period spent playing regional basketball.
The England FA has escaped a fine from FIFA over political chants from their supporters, but have been fined for unauthorised branding on equipment worn by some players.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic says he's prepared to make changes for final if players aren't 100 percent fit
Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic is prepared to make changes for Sunday's World Cup final against France if some of his players have not recovered from their exertions in reaching football's biggest game.
Croatia have worked their way through every match, coming close to being eliminated on several occasions but fighting back relentlessly every single time to make it to the World Cup final.
France find perfect balance between free-flowing attack and rock-solid defence en route to World Cup final
We take a look at France's journey to the final, putting together some of the most iconic photos from this year's World Cup so far.
FIFA World Cup 2018: How coach Zlatko Dalic took Croatia from brink of qualifying exit to title-decider in 10 months
Zlatko Dalic is a pragmatic liberal, having cherry-picked ingredients from Blazevic and other coaches, but allowing his players the freedom to roam around on the field to express their game.