Modric, De Bruyne, Mbappe and the Goal Pressure Index Team of the Tournament

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Croatia's lynchpin produced a number of splendid performances as he led his small nation to the final, where he was trumped by France's golden boy

It's finally over. The 2018 World Cup proved to be one of the best there has ever been, with France eventually emerging glorious with a 4-2 win over Croatia.

We have seen so many players stand up and be counted for their countries. Not least Luka Modric, whose efforts in getting Croatia to the final earned him the Golden Ball.

The Real Madrid superstar did not enjoy the fairytale ending his countrymen would have hoped for in Moscow, but his showings throughout the tournament in Russia earned him a score of 85/100 the Goal Pressure Index, presented by Sure and powered by Opta.

Modric is joined in the TOTT by his victorious adversary Kylian Mbappe, who helped earn France win only their second World Cup with some utterly dominant displays. The Paris Saint-Germain scored four goals as Les Bleus surged to glory - including an absolute stunner in the final - and in doing so he earned a score of 83/100.

Joining Modric in midfield is Kevin de Bruyne, who only furthered his reputation with a host of domineering performances for Belgium.

The Manchester City star may have suffered heartbreak as the Red Devils were edged out by France, but his showing on the world's biggest stage at least earned him a strong over score of 81/100.

Sure Pressure Index Team of the Tournament

Mbappe, Modric, De Bruyne 🔥 Imagine coming up against this star-studded side! Posted by Goal.com on Monday, 16 July 2018

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