Greatest France Plays - Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in France soccer history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1998 World Cup Finals vs Brazil - The hosts win
1998 World Cup Semi-Finals vs Croatia - Right side run
1998 World Cup Quarter Finals vs Italy - Decisive penalty
1998 World Cup Round of 16 vs Paraguay - Blanc finds the net

These leatherette coasters are laser-etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster
- Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) per coaster
- Stitched border
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1998 World Cup Finals
The hosts win
France vs Brazil
3 - 0
12 July, 1998
France routed Brazil to become the sixth host country to win the World Cup. Zinedine Zidane was the man of the match, having two of the three goals in the shutout against Brazil. Zidane's first goal came on a header from a Emmanuel Petit corner.

1998 World Cup Semi-Finals
Right side run
France vs Croatia
2 - 1
8 July, 1998
After a scoreless first half of the semi-final match, Croatia scored a quick goal in the 46th minute but Lilian Thuram answered back only a minute later to tie the game. Twelve minutes later Thuram scored the game winner with a dramatic run up the right side of the field.

1998 World Cup Quarter Finals
Decisive penalty
France vs Italy
0 - 0
3 July, 1998
The second period of extra time expired with a stalemate between France and Italy in the quarter-finals. Laurent Blanc netted the decider in penalty kicks to send France on to face Croatia in the semi-finals.

1998 World Cup Round of 16
Blanc finds the net
France vs Paraguay
1 - 0
28 June, 1998
The first period was almost up in France's Round of 16 match with Paraguay before L. Blanc found the back of the net on impressive attacking play. France's Youri Djorkaeff, Alain Boghossian, and Robert Pires all touched the ball before David Trezeguet finally fed it to Laurent Blanc for the winning goal.