DIDIER DESCHAMPS guided France to World Cup glory today – and also added his own name into the history books.
He has become only the third person ever to win the tournament as a player and as a manager.
Deschamps lifted the trophy back in 1998 as he captained France on home soil.
And he has masterminded this summer’s triumph as France beat Croatia 4-2 in Moscow.
The 49-year-old joins the illustrious company of Mario Zagallo and Franz Beckenbauer for achieving the incredible honour.
Zagallo won the World Cup as a player twice with Brazil, in 1958 and 1962.
France celebrate winning the World Cup and give Didier Deschamps the bumps after beating Croatia in the final
France fans strip off to celebrate World Cup win in Bordeaux water fountains
Then as the manager of the Samba Boys, Zagallo guided the country to World Cup glory as boss when Brazil beat Italy in 1970.
Footie legend Beckenbauer helped West Germany to win the World Cup in 1974 on home turf.
He then managed the side in 1990 when West Germany beat Argentina 1-0.
It was made all the sweeter as he was in charge when West Germany lost 1-0 to Argentina in 1986.
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