France star Griezmann doesn't care about Courtois' criticism

Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba

Antoine Griezmann brushed off comparisons to France great Zinedine Zidane as he aims to inspire Les Bleus to a World Cup final victory that he admitted would "change many things".

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was critical of Pogba's lack of consistency in the middle of the park last season to fuel talk of the club record signing quitting Old Trafford.

However, during the ongoing World Cup tournament, he has really impressed with his latest display evident when France beat Belgium 1-0 thanks to Samuel Umtiti's goal.

"I worked first with him when he was 19 and I've seen an incredible, incredible journey in his career".

"Does Thibaut Courtois think he plays Barcelona football at Chelsea?".

"I have a love of football in my heart. I play for football", he said. We are winning. It's always nice to win and it is nice to hear nice things about the team, about yourself and everything. I know that sometimes you are doing good, sometimes you are doing bad, but that's how you grow.

"I can improve and get better and better".

La Liga's president Javier Tebas said: "When the moment is right and everyone is ready I would like to invite the children and their coach to go to a Liga game".

He finished top scorer at Euro 2016 with six goals but France lost the final to Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal on home soil.

"It's not done yet".

France will play Croatia in the World Cup final at 4pm on Sunday, and will be heavy favourites as they look to lift the trophy for the second time in their history. But you have to realize a dream.