Police in Paris said they arrested 102 people celebrating France's victory over Croatia in the World Cup final after demonstrations began to turn violent.
Michel Delpuech, the chief of the Paris Police Prefecture, said in a news conference on Monday morning that a majority of those arrested were celebrating along the Champs Elysees, with 90 of them remaining in custody.
Delpuech said, however, that "given the risks inherent in this type of situation," there had been "no major situation" reported.
Antoine Griezmann downplayed his chances of winning the Ballon d'Or after scoring four goals for France in the World Cup and finishing second in the race for the Golden Boot.
Griezmann scored a penalty in the 4-2 victory over Croatia in the World Cup final on Sunday and was named Man of the Match for the third time in the tournament. And, as he scored twice in Atletico Madrid's victory over Marseille in the Europa League final in May, he has a chance to improve upon his third-place finish in the...