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Mamadou Sakho refused to be considered a hero for France after the defender's two-goal haul on Tuesday booked his country's berth at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The Liverpool No.17 found the net in the 22nd and 72nd minutes at the Stade de France as Les Bleus downed Ukraine 3-0 to successfully overturn a first-leg deficit.
Afterwards, however, the 23-year-old was in modest humour and pledged that Didier Deschamps' side must continue to learn ahead of the big tournament in seven months' time.
He commented: "There's pure happiness and we've written a page in French football history with this.
"A lot of people didn't believe in us but there were also plenty who did. France showed a lot of virtues and it was extraordinary for everybody.
"I don't see myself as a hero; the team was the hero in this one. I'd never previously scored a double in my career.
"We're going to Brazil and we have to take on board the lessons from all of our matches, not just this one."
Author: @shawct Tagged:
, World Cup
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