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Leo Messi’s World Cup Post Hit Most Liked on Instagram, Whatssap — Mark Zuckerberg
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has said Leo Messi’s World Cup Post is currently ranked the most liked on Instagram history.
Zuckerberg also said Messi’s post has currently reached 25 million messages per second on Whatssap.
After disclosing this on his verified Facebook handle, within 11 minutes the infamously tech company CEO gathered over 9.5k likes with over 22k comments.
“Leo Messi’s World Cup post is now the most liked in Instagram history. WhatsApp also reached a record 25 million messages per second during the final,” Mark Zuckerberg, said.
PIJAlance had earlier reported that Argentina emerges victorious over France in World Cup final
It reported that 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 was a closely contested affair, with both teams showing determination and fighting spirit from the outset. Argentina took the lead in the first half with a well-placed header from midfielder Di Maria, but France responded with a goal of their own just before halftime, thanks to a clinical finish and hat-trick forward Kylian Mbappe.
The second half saw both teams push for the winning goal, with both goalkeepers making a number of impressive saves to keep the score level.
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.