In the final FIFA World Cup 2022, at the Lusail Stadium, Argentina takes against France.
Despite having a record seven Ballon d’Or medals, which are given to the world’s finest player, Messi, 35, has never taken home the biggest team trophy in sports. Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez of Argentina said, “People believe France are favorites, but we have the advantage of having the greatest player of all time.”
Can Messi lead Argentina to its first World Cup victory since 1986?
The Golden Boot contest between the tournament’s top two goal scorers will be decided in the final. Messi and Mbappe have each scored five goals in Qatar, while Olivier Giroud of France and Julian Alvarez of Argentina are tied for second place with four each.
Messi assisted Argentina in reaching the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil, but the Europeans ultimately prevailed 1-0 in extra time thanks to a goal from Germany’s Mario Gotze. However, the star for Paris St. Germain has been the inspiration behind Argentina’s effort in Qatar.
Argentina has twice won the tournament, once in their home country in 1978 and once in Mexico in 1986, and they are attempting a third victory. Manager Lionel Scaloni remarked, “I’m already getting emotional because they gave everything truly. Let’s hoping we win the championship, but even if we don’t, they should still be proud since it’s a special occasion.”
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