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France Players Singing N'Golo Kanté's Song With 80,000 Fans Is The Best

France Players Singing N'Golo Kanté's Song With 80,000 Fans Is The Best

N'Golo Kanté was an essential part of France's exploits in the World Cup back in 2018. To be honest, it's not surprising that his French teammates wanted to let the midfielder have his moment in the spotlight.

When the French national team were enjoying their World Cup celebrations in the Stade de France on Sunday, the players surrounded the former Leicester City man for the Kanté song.

Check it out below:

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What is the Kanté song?

Well, these are the fantastic lyrics to it: "N'Golo Kanté, pala lalala, he's short, he's nice, he stopped Leo Messi, but we all know he's a cheater, N'Golo Kanté."

It must have been an incredible moment for Kanté, especially for the thousands of fans in the stadium who were singing along.

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Credit: Press Association
Credit: Press Association

If it's not the Kanté song at the event, then Antoine Griezmann was centre of attention with his Fortnite-themed dance moves coming back out.

Kanté and his teammates built on their success with a 2-1 win over the Netherlands in their UEFA Nations League match.

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Topics: Football News, Football, World Cup, France, N'Golo Kante

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