Pogba and Sanogo among the young Frenchmen who won the under-20 tournament.
The France under-20 side beat Uruguay in the World Cup final in Turkey to become the first nation to have won every continental and intercontinental tournament, inspired by new Arsenal man Yaya Sanogo and former Manchester United ace Paul Pogba.
Pogba captained the side to glory and was awarded the Golden Ball for best player to boot, coming on the back of an impressive season with new team Juventus.
The 20-year-old spent three years at Old Trafford following a move from Le Havre in 2009, but only made three first team appearances during that time.
In the summer of 2012 the midfielder decided to make the switch to Italy to get more experience and played 27 times in Serie A, scoring five goals for Juve and picking up a league winners medal.
This under-20 World Cup win just confirms a successful 12 months for the Frenchman and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger will have been looking on with delight as well, as new addition Sanogo also played a big part.
The striker joined the north London club on a free transfer this summer from Auxerre and at the international competition scored four goals and provided two assists.
Although perhaps not considered a big name by fans at the Emirates Stadium, this performance by Sanogo proves that the 20-year-old certainly has an eye for finding the back of the net.
The France under-20 side eventually won the World Cup after beating the Uruguayans in a tense penalty shoot-out, with Pogba taking the first penalty for the French and successfully converting his effort.
Watch the highlights from the match below: