VIDEO: France squad lead 80,000 fans in singing N'Golo Kante's name
On Sunday, France played their first game on home soil after winning the World Cup – and they held a little party to celebrate.
After defeating Netherlands 2-1 in their Nations League opener, Les Bleus paraded the World Cup trophy in front of 80,000 fans at Stade de France.
And at the centre of attention was the reluctant, but happy, figure of N’Golo Kante.
The French team led the whole stadium in a rendition of Kante’s song – an adapted version of Joe Dassin’s classic, ‘Les Champs-Elysees’.
Lovely stuff. There was also an Icelandic Thunderclap for good measure.
And Samuel Umtiti showed off some moves as part of the ceremony too…