'He's a different player now, and he will be a star for the next 15 years, ' De Bruyne added on Mbappe ahead of the clash in St Petersburg.
"It is freakish to have Thierry against us in this match", Giroud told reporters.
"Thierry Henry is really important for us".
While Giroud also stated that he has massive respect for Henry, who collected 123 caps for France and won the 1998 World Cup, the Chelsea attacker would like to get one over on the Arsenal legend in the Saint Petersburg Stadium.
French President Emmanuel Macron and King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium will come to St. Petersburg to support their national football team during their FIFA World Cup semi-final here on Tuesday.
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The bracelet was bought from Monica Vinader, who have since seen sales of the £115 item rise by 350 per cent. He nailed the semi-finals. . "We keep looking to break the barriers down".
The forward has been criticized by Henry in the past, but he said there were no hard feelings - just his hunger to win. "I have a soft spot for France given the number of years I stayed there so I hope they continue to do well", said Shereni.
"It is good to see that with such a young team France is progressing well". It is also a particular match for him. "Maybe it will be a more hard match than against Brazil".
Le Journal du Dimanche devoted six pages to the Franco-Belgian friendship and rivalry - this time with an excerpt from an Asterix comic book on its front page, while sports daily L'Equipe twisted Tintin's "Destination Moon" to feature French and Belgian players. Now he's playing for a great French team and in the Champions League'.
Brazil were dumped out of the World Cup following a very impressive first-half display by Roberto Martinez's side.