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The highly anticipated World Cup final between Argentina and France has come to a close, with Argentina emerging as the champions with a final score of 7-5.
The match started off with a 3-3 draw, with both teams showing determination and fighting spirit from the outset.
Argentina’s Messi and France’s Mbappe played crucial roles in the game, with the both players scoring goals each. Argentina 3-3 France – Argentina win 4-2 on penalties.
Two goals for Messi and hat-trick for France’s Mbappe; Di Maria with other Argentina goal.
However, it was the penalties that ultimately decided the outcome of the match. Argentina was able to score 4 goals during the penalty shootout, while France only managed to score 2.
It was a tense and exciting match from start to finish, and in the end, it was Argentina who emerged as the deserved winners. Their victory marks the country’s first World Cup triumph in over 30 years, and it is sure to be celebrated with great fanfare back home. The Argentina team and fans will no doubt be thrilled with this historic achievement, and they will no doubt be looking forward to the next World Cup and the chance to defend their title.
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