Argentina vs. France: Messi gave Argentina the lead late in extra time, but Mbappe scored a second penalty to get an amazing hat trick and tie the game again for France. Follow the ARG vs. FRA football World Cup final at the Lusail Stadium, where the game is being played, here.
Before France got a penalty in the 80th minute, it looked like Argentina was going to have one of the easiest World Cup final wins any team has ever had. Kylian Mbappe beat Emiliano Martinez and scored to cut Argentina’s lead from two goals to one. Then, just a few minutes later, he scored an amazing goal that tied the game for France. In a strange turn of events, the game has now gone into extra time. Then, Messi scored again near the end of the second half of extra time to put Argentina back in front. But Mbappe scored on his second penalty kick to become the first player in World Cup history to score a hat trick.
World Record by Messi
Messi is the first man in the history of the FIFA World Cup to score in every round of the same tournament. On Sunday, Lionel Messi’s team, Argentina, played in the final of the FIFA World Cup 2022. Messi, the team’s star player, broke a huge record by passing Germany’s Lothar Matthaus on an exclusive list.
The South American giants’ record goal scorer is Diego Maradona, who has scored 17 goals. Rafa Marquez is second with 16. (16). Messi is the only player to have helped score a goal in all five World Cups. When the Argentina captain scored his sixth goal to give his team an early lead in the final, he became the player with the most goals at the Qatar World Cup. Messi is the first man in the history of the FIFA World Cup to score in every round of the same tournament. The Argentina team, which is led by Messi, is trying to become the second team in the history of the World Cup to win the famous trophy after losing their first game. During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Spain did something that not many people know about.