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In this July 12, 2018 photo, ladders from the Puerto Rico Power Authority stand amid the trees as workers restore power that was lost due to Hurricane Irma and Maria in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico. Lights are slowly coming on for the more than 1,000 homes and businesses across the island that remain without power in hard-to-reach areas. (AP Photo/Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo)
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In this July 12, 2018 photo, Marta Bermudez Robles gives an interview at her home, which is still without power since Hurricane Irma and Maria in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico. The 66-year-old does not believe the government has enough resources to properly rebuild the power grid amid an 11-year-old recession. (AP Photo/Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo)
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In this July 12, 2018 photo, Marta Bermudez Robles, 66, hangs a lamp in her kitchen in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, at her home that is still with electricity since Hurricane Irma and Maria. The only power Bermudez and her husband have had for 10 months is courtesy of a neighbor who threw over an extension cord connected to his generator that provides just enough power to light one bulb in the kitchen and another in the living room for a couple hours each day. (AP Photo/Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo), APTOPIX
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A football fan, who made disturbance, is stopped and dragged away by security guards outside the Luzhniki Stadium during the final match between France and Croatia in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A football fan, who made disturbance, is stopped and dragged away by security guards outside the Luzhniki Stadium during the final match between France and Croatia in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A football fan, who made disturbance, is stopped and dragged away by security guards outside the Luzhniki Stadium during the final match between France and Croatia in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A football fan, who made disturbance, is stopped and dragged away by security guards outside the Luzhniki Stadium during the final match between France and Croatia in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0331 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0325 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0324 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0323 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0321 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0320 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0319 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0318 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0317 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0316 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0315 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0314 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0313 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0312 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0311 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0310 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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EN_01329841_0309 AP
Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong defeats Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, left, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Raymond Poon Kai-ching of Hong Kong, right, competes against Ryo Narizuka of Japan in their men's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. "Hong Kong people: you can do anything – just look at me!" yells Raymond Poon Kai-ching with two title belts wrapped around his waist at a buzzing Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. The 22-year-old (professional record 6 wins, 1 loss) defeated Ryo Narizuka (8-8-1 draw) via majority decision for the vacant World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council (WBC ABCO) light flyweight continental and Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) titles in Def Promotion's Road to Glory II on Saturday evening. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Authorities mobilize near 30th Street and Topping after three police officers were shot Sunday, July 15, 2018, in Kansas City, Mo., while trying to arrest a person of interest in the shooting death of a university student on July 6. The suspect died in an exchange of gunfire with police. The officers suffered non-life threatening injuries. (Tammy Ljungblad/The Kansas City Star via AP)
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Authorities mobilize outside a home near 28th Street and Topping after three police officers were shot Sunday, July 15, 2018, in Kansas City, Mo., while trying to arrest a person of interest in the shooting death of a university student on July 6. The suspect died in an exchange of gunfire with police. The officers suffered non-life threatening injuries. (Tammy Ljungblad/The Kansas City Star via AP)
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Authorities mobilize near 30th Street and Topping Avenue after three police officers were shot Sunday, July 15, 2018, in Kansas City, Mo., while trying to arrest a person of interest in the shooting death of a university student on July 6. The suspect died in an exchange of gunfire with police. The officers suffered non-life threatening injuries. (Tammy Ljungblad/The Kansas City Star via AP)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, back, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, back, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan defeats Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, left, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan defeats Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, left, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, left, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, right, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, left, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, left, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Takuya Watanabe of Japan, center, is pictured in the men's super-featherweight bout against Hendrik Barongsay of Indonesia during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Nanako Suzuki of Japan, left, competes against Wong Ka-yan of Hong Kong in their women's light-flyweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Takuya Watanabe of Japan, left, competes against Hendrik Barongsay of Indonesia in their men's super-featherweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Takuya Watanabe of Japan, left, competes against Hendrik Barongsay of Indonesia in their men's super-featherweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Takuya Watanabe of Japan, left, competes against Hendrik Barongsay of Indonesia in their men's super-featherweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Takuya Watanabe of Japan, left, competes against Hendrik Barongsay of Indonesia in their men's super-featherweight bout during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Takuya Watanabe of Japan, center, is pictured in the men's super-featherweight bout against Hendrik Barongsay of Indonesia during the "Road to Glory 2" boxing competition in Hong Kong, China, 14 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Atlanta United midfielder Chris McCann, left, is collared by Seattle Sounders defender Kim Kee-Hee during the first half of an MLS soccer game Sunday, July 15, 2018, in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP), APTOPIX
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Fireworks explode over the Luzhniki Stadium after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Fireworks explode over the Luzhniki Stadium after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Fireworks explode over the Luzhniki Stadium after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Fireworks explode over the Luzhniki Stadium after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Fireworks explode over the Luzhniki Stadium after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Los Angeles FC midfielder Lee Nguyen, left, reacts after receiving a red card from the referee in the second half of an MLS soccer game against the Portland Timbers in Los Angeles, Sunday, July 15, 2018. The game ended in a 0-0 draw. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Football fans celebrate as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Football fans celebrate as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Football fans celebrate as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Los Angeles FC defender Laurent Ciman, left, of Belgium, and Portland Timbers midfielder Diego Valeri, center, of Argentina, battle for a head ball in the second half of an MLS soccer game in Los Angeles, Sunday, July 15, 2018. The game ended in a 0-0 draw. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
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Football fans celebrate as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Football fans celebrate as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Football fans celebrate as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Los Angeles FC forward Latif Blessing, left, of Ghana, and Portland Timbers midfielder Sebastian Blanco, second from left, of Argentina, battle for a header in the second half of an MLS soccer game in Los Angeles, Sunday, July 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
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French fans react as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Football fans celebrate as they watch the game on a square after France defeated Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. Millions of French soccer fans were delirious with joy as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow and spark ecstatic scenes from Paris to Marseille, Bordeaux and beyond. In the capital, where 90,000 people watched the match on vast TV screens next to the Eiffel Tower, there were choruses of the Marseillaise, honking horns and hundreds of thousands of red, white and blue tricolour flags fluttering on the breeze. The boom of fireworks and firecrackers filled the air, while drivers honked their horns incessantly to celebrate France's second world title after the triumph on home soil in 1998. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Portland Timbers midfielder Lawrence Olum, left, of Kenya, and Los Angeles FC forward Carlos Vela of Mexico, battle for a head ball in the second half of an MLS soccer game in Los Angeles, Sunday, July 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
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Blaise Matuidi of France, right, challenges a player of Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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French fans who are dressed up are pictured before the final match between France and Croatia during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Dejan Lovren of Croatia, right, challenges Antoine Griezmann of France in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Olivier Giroud of France, center, challenges players of Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Samuel Umtiti of France, right, challenges Mario Mandzukic of Croatia in their final match during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Entertainers perform before the final match between France and Croatia during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Croatian fans cheer to show support for their team in the final match against France during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, 15 July 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Portland Timbers forward Samuel Armenteros, left, of Sweden, crashes with Los Angeles FC defender Walker Zimmerman in the second half of an MLS soccer game in Los Angeles, Sunday, July 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)

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