Ikipe y’igihugu y’Ubufaransa yakiriwe Gitwari ubwo yageraga iwabo nyuma yo kwegukana igikombe cy’Isi ku nshuro ya kabiri, itsinze Croatia ibitego bine kuri bibiri (4-2).

Perezida wa USA, Donald ari mu bashimiye ikipe y'Ubufaransa kubwo kwegukana igikombe cy'Isi
Perezida wa USA, Donald ari mu bashimiye ikipe y’Ubufaransa kubwo kwegukana igikombe cy’Isi

Ibirori byo kwakira aba basore b’intwari byahereye ku kibuga cy’indege cya Charles de Gaulle, ahari huzuye imbaga nyamwinshi ije guha ikaze ikipe yabo.

Imyiyereko yahise ikomereza mu mujyi wa Paris, aho abakinnyi bazengurukijwe mu duce tunyuranye tw’uyu mujyi bagenda berekana igikombe begukanye.

Ibi byishimo byavuyemo amarira kuri bamwe cyane cyane abacuruzi bo mu mujyi rwagati aho amaduka yabo yabamenaguye ibirahure, ahandi haratwikwa ndetse hamwe na hamwe haranasahurwa.

Kugeza magingo aya, Polisi yo mu bufaransa yemeje ko abantu babiri aribo bamaze guhitanwa n’ibi birori byo kwishimira intsinzi, mu gihe insoresore n’abagabo barenga 360 ubu bari mu buroko.

Uretse mu bufaransa, no mu gihugu cya Croatia naho yakozwe ibirori byo kwakira ikipe yabo. Isinzi ry’abantu batabarika bari buzuye mu duce tunyuranye tw’umujyi wa Zagreb, abandi amaso bayahanze insakazamashusho zabo kugira ngo bihere ijisho ibirori byo kwakira  ikipe yabo.

IKIPE Y’IGIHUGU Y’UBUFARANSA YAGEZE I PARIS YAKIRWA MU BURYO BUDASANZWE

The France team return from the World Cup in Russia, with captain and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris holding up the trophy handed out in Russia 

Hugo Lloris holds up the World Cup trophy as the French national football team arrives back in Paris after their triumph in Moscow

The plane transporting the players was also given a heroes' welcome as it landed in Charles de Gaulle airport

France's fans wave French national flags as they wait for the arrival of France's national football team at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport on the outskirts of Paris

France's defender Samuel Umtiti, defender Benjamin Mendy and midfielder Paul Pogba celebrate after disembarking from their plane upon their arrival at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport

Brigitte Macron jokingly wrestled the World Cup trophy from players as the French football team celebrated their win at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris today

The team happily waved and held the World Cup trophy up high in the air as adoring fans cheered on their champions open tour bus parade

The team happily waved and held the World Cup trophy up high in the air as adoring fans cheered on their champions open tour bus parade

President Emmanuel Macron and his wife posed with the team after the arrived at the palace, with captain Hugo Lloris holding the trophy

Defender Raphael Varane was seen holding up the World Cup trophy as he was surrounded by his teammates. Pictured, left to right: midfielder Corentin Tolisso, defender Benjamin Pavard, Mr Varane, goalkeeper Alphonse Areola and midfielder Blaise Matuidi

The team looked in high spirits as they posted with Brigitte and Emmanuel Macro on the steps of the Elysee Presidential Palace

Paul Pogba's girlfriend Maria Zulay Salaues and his mother Yeo were spotted entering the palace
Nyina wa Pogba ari kumwe n’umukunzi w’umuhungu we

Midfielder Steven N'Zonzi's wife Lynda (right) looked glamorous as she arrived for a reception at the Elysee Presidential Palace

Thousands have partied on the streets overnight, proudly displaying the tricolor flag as they cheer 

Defender Raphael Varane could not contain his excitement as he partied with his teammates on the bus 

Forward Kylian Mbappe's father Wilfried Mbappe and his brother Ethan Mbappe were also seen entering the palace
Se ndetse na murumuna wa Mbappe

France's forward Olivier Giroud (left), goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (second left), president Emmanuel Macron (centre), midfielder Paul Pogba (crouched down right), defender Benjamin Pavard (right) and other teammates posed for a photo with the trophy

Smoke from flares in the colour of the French national flag were seen hovering above the crowds 

The French football team happily celebrated on the roof of the bus as they made their way towards a triumphant parade this evening

French fighter jets also got involved in the parade, trailing smoke in the colours of the national flag over the Champs Elysee

Fans were seen cheering and taking photos of the team as they made their way down the street near the Arc de Triomphe

Thousands have lined the streets to congratulate the team on their stunning 4-2 victory over Croatia 

France's forward Kylian Mbappe (left), French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet (second left), France's assistant coach Guy Stephan (second right) and France's coach Didier Deschamps (right) were all seen partying on the bus

Flares were spotted in the crowd as the bus made their way down the avenue escorted by a heavy police presence 

Thousands of French people take to the streets of Paris to celebrate their football team's success in the World Cup in Moscow

I PARIS BYARI IBICIKA MU IJORO RYACYEYE (BABIRI BANAHASIZE UBUZIMA)

It was a victory for all of France as crowds poured into Paris' Champs-Elysees Avenue (pictured) by the tens of thousands

Even before the final whistle in Moscow, crowds packed the Champs Elysees in central Paris in a repeat of the scenes of 1998. Pictured: Water cannons are used to clear revellers from the Avenue

French fans faced off against riot police on the packed Champs-Elysee as officers attempt to disperse massive crowds. Pictured: A man falls to the floor after inhaling tear gas as French football fans clash with police following celebrations around the Arc de Triomph

France's 4-2 win over Croatia in the World Cup final marks the second time in 20 years France has won the World Cup

France fans clash on the Champs-Elysee following their nation's win in Moscow

About 4,000 police watched over the fan zone - packed to its 90,000 capacity - during the match, then moved to the Champs-Elysees and neighboring streets

Dozens of youths shattered windows at a popular store on the Champs Elysees avenue as festivities spiraled out of control

A car was torched as rioters went on the rampage in the French city of Lyon after the country's World Cup triumph yesterday

Some 4,000 police and security forces have been deployed across Paris during the World Cup festivities, and a vast security perimeter prohibiting vehicle access has been set up around the Champs Elysees avenue

As the hundreds of thousands of revellers gradually left the famous avenue, police used water cannon to disperse remaining troublemakers at around 1130pm

The worst scenes were in central Paris, where the Champs Elysee remained closed in the early hours of Monday following widespread rioting and looting.

 Fans have poured into the streets across the country after the country's second World Cup win, many waving flags and letting off smoke bombs

Dozens of youths shattered windows at a popular store on the Champs Elysees avenue Sunday while hundreds of thousands of fans celebrated France's World Cup victory

Some 4,000 police and security forces have been deployed across Paris during the World Cup festivities, and a vast security perimeter prohibiting vehicle access has been set up around the Champs Elysees avenue

People wrapped in flags arched down the avenue where France displayed its military might a day earlier for Bastille Day

MURI CROATIA NAHO BAKIRIYE IKIPE YABO GITWARI

Thousands of fans crowded into Bana Jelacica Square in Zagreb to catch a glimpse of their heroes this evening

The Croatian football team were given a heroes welcome despite their loss to France, having reached the final for the first time

The players were seen sat on top of the bus holding flares as crowds attempted to catch a glimpse of them

Earlier today Croatians held a giant banner with the national colours of the country

Domagoj Vida, Luka Modric, Sime Vrsaljko, Ante Rebic, Mario Mandzukic and Vedran Corluka were seen celebrating on top of the bus

The team looked jubilant as they greeted crowds. Croatia have been in the World Cup just five times since declaring independence from Yugoslavia in 1991

The crowd gathered was estimated at 100,000 people earlier today

Flares lit up the crowd as they welcomed home the nation's football team in the square in Zagreb

Team captain Luka Modrić said: 'I think we were the better team but sometimes better teams don't win'

One fan climbed up the side of a pole to get a better view of the team among a sea of red and white chequered shirts

Supporters were seen on the roof of buildings and hanging flags from windows as they waited to see their heroes

Crowds of fans looked delighted as they greeted the Croatian team as they stood on top of an open top bus

A Croatian Air Force helicopter above the crowds flew the nation's flag over the square

TANGA IGITEKEREZO KURI IYI NKURU