Here you go... (spoiler: not much information in his statement, only the obvious)
"Ah yes, I think that it's only with football, and maybe also in some cases with music, with large crowds, that we can experience such things, when we feel connected beyond any other context [sic] and I think that we can of course be sad and disappointed about losing but at the same time extremely proud and happy to have played the final. I also think... Mbappé who looks so sad, I feel like telling that at least he avoided the nylon bathrobe on top of his jersey during the award ceremony, and so that's a little consolation [smile]. Beyond that we have an extraordinary team that also shows that deep down, everything is possible. We started on three wheels, with many problems and health issues, they fought through and we can see that they ended up in the final, and it didn't take much more for us to get the cup, and it's obvious that the players who kicked the penalty shots are a bit young and lacked... Had we had Griezmann, Giroud, Rabiot for the penalty kicks, maybe it would been different, but it is what it is."
Concerts: 2017: Upper Darby < 2010: Lille, Liège, Paris < 1997: Lille < 1990: La Défense