Argentina wins the 2022 World Cup
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Argentina wins the 2022 World Cup



The evolution of the penalty shootout

France kicks first.

In the second series of shots, Emiliano Martinez successfully blocked Coman’s kick.

In the third round, Tchouameni shot out, and Paredes beat Lloris.

In the fourth, Kolo Muani shot to center, beating Martinez.

Argentina won 4-2 in the penalty shootout.


Two extra periods ended

Opportunities continuously came to the two teams in the final minute of the match.

The two teams drew 3-3 after two main periods and two extra periods.


Extra time 2 has three minutes of extra time

The drama didn’t stop at the final.


Mbappe scored a hat trick

The drama didn’t stop at the final.


Paredes received a yellow card

The Argentinian midfielder received a warning after a harsh tackle on Camavinga.


France substitutes

Konate replaces Varane.


Messi scored

Argentina’s central coordination opened up a finishing opportunity for Lautaro Martinez.


Lloris rejected Messi again

Messi once again shot from long range, but the Argentine superstar’s live volley failed to beat goalkeeper Lloris.


Extra time 2 begins

Lautaro’s second chance came within two minutes.


Extra time 1 ended with Lautaro Martinez’s second miss

Lautaro’s second chance came within two minutes.

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After Argentina defeated Croatia, Messi announced that the 2022 World Cup final would be the last time he played in this tournament.

However, for this beautiful scenario to happen, Argentina will have to overcome a real mountain.

Messi, Griezmann, Alvarez and Mbappe (from left to right) are the hopes in the attack of the two teams in the final.

If `Les Bleus` wins, they will become the first team to successfully defend the World Cup championship since Brazil in 1962. That also means that from now on, Brazil will take the throne in Japan – Korea 2022, round

France has never lost in the last 10 times they met South American teams at the World Cup.

Argentina will welcome back two full-backs Marcos Acuna and Gonzalo Montiel after missing the semi-finals due to suspension.

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