Chelsea legend Didier Drogba believes France have a key ‘advantage’ over Argentina ahead of the World Cup final on Sunday.
“France do have the advantage of being in the final and winning it four years ago,” the former Chelsea and Ivory Coast striker told BBC Sport.
“You know how to handle the pressure, you’ve been there, but they have new players and it will be new for them.
“It might be the first time some of them have played against Lionel Messi as well. The pressure will be there.
“This France team are very, very competitive, especially with Didier Deschamps as their manager. They want to win it back to back.
“Argentina will know that the French team don’t like to receive a lot of knocks. Argentina are really aggressive and they won’t let Kylian Mbappe face the game.
“They will try and block him because they know he is the main man. It is going to be difficult for them to handle Tchouameni, Griezmann and even Dembele.
“We don’t talk about Dembele I think he has been helping Jules Kounde a lot. He has been working really hard.”