The truth is that this World Cup was an event of great surprises and great revelations on the pitch. The favorite teams didn't win the games. Others who were not so favorite went beyond their own expectations. In the end, the best of them came to the final competition: France and Croatia. As someone said over there, France won the World Cup; Croatia won the hearts.
But I want to open a parenthesis to talk about a different person than a football player. I want to talk about a woman who made an active presence in the Moscow stadium to accompany the players from her country, the country of Croatia: Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović.
Beyond the recognition to the youngest player that was awarded to the French player MBAPPE and the best player of the World Cup that was awarded to Lucca Modric, emerged this prestigious woman. A graduate in Languages, this woman stood out even though her team did not win the world championship. He transcended the president of the champion country, because his presence alone was a living example of determination, humility, simplicity, but above all, a palpable humanity.
Being there was the best prize that the players who won the hearts of many could receive. Despite the rain, soaking up water with the players was a major incentive for the players. That's worth more than any medal. Worthy example of a humble woman and public servant.