The 2018 World Cup is over after France claimed the trophy for the second time with a 4-2 win over a spirited Croatia in Moscow.

A brilliant final to cap off what has been a fantastic tournament saw Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe all score to finally fend off a hugely determined Croatia side.

Winger Ivan Perisic, one of the players of the tournament in Russia, equalised for the first-time finalists and Mario Mandzukic pulled a goal back after his own goal opened the scoring at the Luzhniki Stadium.

Paris Saint-Germain’s 19-year-old sensation Mbappe was named Young Player of the Tournament after he became only the second teenager to ever score in a World Cup final, after Brazil’s Pele in 1958.

This was the tournament where Mbappe and the much criticised Paul Pogba came of age, with Mbappe almost certain to be a future Ballon D’Or winner in years to come.

Didier Deschamps, whose tactics were not always warmly received by the Les Bleus faithful, became only the third manager to win the World Cup as both a player and a manager.

As always, some players impressed and some did not. Some relatively unknown players showed how good they are whilst some household names failed to deliver.

We’ve taken a look at some players who fall into the second category in our Flop XI of the 2018 World Cup: