FIFA World Cup 2022 Final, Argentina vs France Final Live

FIFA World Cup 2022 Final

World Cup 2022 Final Live Scorecard: Argentina vs. France: Only Argentina and France still have a chance to win the 22nd FIFA World Cup after 63 games. On Sunday at the Lusail Stadium, the two teams that won Groups C and D will square off with a chance to win one or both of their third world championships. Argentina won the trophy in 1978 and 1986, while France currently has the trophy after winning it four years ago in Russia. France won their first championship in 1998 while playing at home.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Final, Argentina vs France
FIFA World Cup 2022 Final, Argentina vs France

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Argentina’s tournament adventure got off to an unexpected 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia. Since then, Lionel Scaloni and company have won every game they’ve played, scoring two or more goals, defeating teams like Mexico, Poland, Australia, Netherlands, and Croatia on route to the championship game. France, on the other hand, started their campaign by defeating Australia 4-1. They then defeated Denmark and Tunisia before succumbing to them in the group stage. Next, Les Bleus defeated Poland, England, and Morocco on route to the championship game.

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Lionel Messi, who will play his final match for Argentina at the Global Cup and is hoping to end his tournament career with the trophy he has long sought after, is the key to Argentina’s hopes of winning a third world championship. When Argentina fell 1-0 to Germany in overtime in 2014, the 35-year-old had come the closest to hoisting the championship. While Brazil won the World Cup in 1958 and 1962, France is attempting to become the first side to do so since that time.

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