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Football News FIFA World Cup 2022 Final, Argentina vs France Live6 min read

December 18, 2022 5 min read

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Football News FIFA World Cup 2022 Final, Argentina vs France Live6 min read

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Argentina vs. France: World Cup 2022 Final Live Scorecard

Argentina took a 2-0 lead at halftime at the Lusail Stadium. A penalty kick from Lionel Messi followed by another one of his sumptuous World Cup passes that led to Di Maria scoring the second. France are yet to show up at this final and Didier Deschamps’ side has work to do in the next 45 plus added time.

In the first half, Argentina controlled play but did not create many chances. France had its chances but could not take them forward and get on the board early on in this final match of the World Cup 2022.

With 30 minutes left in the match, neither side was able to score any more goals in what was a very entertaining game for fans around the world watching on TV or streaming live online via their devices like laptops or mobile phones or tablets etcetera.

Didier Deschamps has reverted to his preferred lineup for France’s semi-final against Belgium after centre back Dayot Upamecano and Adrien Rabiot shook off a virus that had ruled them out of their last game.

Upamecano starts alongside Raphael Varane in defence, with Olivier Giroud up front flanked by Kylian Mbappe on his left and Ousmane Dembele on his right.

The coach said: “We have the same team as in the first round, but we know that tomorrow it will be a completely different match.”

The football world has been watching Lionel Messi’s career for years. Now, he’s the first player in the history of the FIFA World Cup to score a goal in every knock-out match of the edition.

Messi achieved the feat when he converted the penalty early into the final against France at the Lusail Stadium in Doha.

Messi has scored in each of the knock-out rounds in the 2022 edition of the World Cup and continued on his brilliant run in the final when in the 23rd minute, he found the net beating Hugo Lloris.

Now Penalty Time,

Goal

ARG 0-1 FRA

ARG 1-1 FRA

Penalty Missed ARG 1-1 FRA

ARG 2-1 FRA

Penalty Missed ARG 2-1 FRA

ARG 3-1 FRA

ARG 3-2 FRA

ARG 4-1 FRA

ARG 4-2 FRA

Finally, ARG 3-2 FRA

Start Second Period of Extra Time

not a long break the referee signals the start of the second period of extra time.

ARG 2-2 FRA

105”: Attempt a Goal

L. Martinez(argentina) attempts an affort on a goal.

ARG 2-2 FRA

99′: France laying the aggressive smackdown

Since the penalty kick that was awarded to Kylian Mbappe, France have been putting their aggressie selves over La Albiceleste. That right channel where Messi stands has been handicapped by the presence of a market of French shirts.

ARG 2-2 FRA

97′: Mbappe goes down and France breath heavy

France’s golden boy and leading scorer at the finals, Antoine Griezmann, went down with a knee injury in the first half of the match against Italy. He seemed to be in slight discomfort, but continued to play through it and lead his team to victory.

ARG 2-2 FRA

96′: France make an alteration

With their 5th change of the match, Les Bleus are hoping to take advantage of their opportunity.

Youssouf Fofana replaces Adrian Rabiot in the midfield.

ARG 2-2 FRA

94′: Camavinga loses, Camavinga wins it back

Messi was not expecting Camavinga to slip at that moment, so he did not react quickly enough, and the space opened up in front of him. He wasn’t expecting it to, but Camavinga regained his footing and stopped the attack.

ARG 2-2 FRA

91′: Change for Argentina

Argentina have made a change going into the period: Gonzalo Montiel replaces Nahuel Molina.

Nahuel Molina is leaving the team and will be replaced by Gonzalo Montiel.

ARG 2-2 FRA

1st Half, Extra time!

We’ve made it to the first half of extra time in France vs. Brazil, and things are heating up!

The French have had their chances, but they’ve been unable to convert them into goals so far. That could easily change, however, if they can wake up from their slumber and start playing like they did in the opening 20 minutes of this match.

In fact, we wouldn’t be surprised if a goal or two came from France in the next 20 minutes or so—and maybe even an assist or two for one of your favorite players!

ARG 2-2 FRA

90+7′: Messi has a go!

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris was on his game today, making a spectacular save to deny Lionel Messi from an incredible shot from outside the box.

ARG 2-2 FRA

90+5′: Yellow for Giroud

The game is deep in extra time, and Caman is tripped just outside the box. He goes down, but the referee allows play to continue as Camovinga has it. He squares it to Kolo Muani, who sends it towards goal, but Martinez smothers it.

ARG 2-2 FRA

90+5′: BIG CHANCE for France!

The referee has called for a foul, but it appears to be a clear mistake. Muani throws the ball towards goal, but Martinez manages to block it with his head.

ARG 2-2 FRA

90+3′: Another Mbappe special

As Kylian Mbappe prepares to tee up a free kick for France, it’s important to remember that he is just the fourth player (Zidane, Pele, and Vava) to score in two World Cup finals. He is only the second (Vava) to score in consecutive World Cup finals.

ARG 2-2 FRA

90+1′: France on offensive

France were in need of a late winner, but it was Mbappe who came through.

Varane was able to lift the ball over the top, but Mbappe came from an offside position to bring it down.

ARG 2-2 FRA

90′: Added time

The game ended in a tie, and it was up to the referee to break the stalemate. He made his decision by sounding a whooping eight minutes of stoppage time.

85′: Not the first time for Argentina

France looked like a different team altogether as they made amends into the Argentinian box, but Lilian Thuram going down was deemed a simulation by the ref, and out came the yellow!

ARG 2-2 FRA

84′: Deschamps’ subs shine again

The Camvinga-Coman double substitution, which helped France midfield duels and gave them a chance to press forward, helped by Argentina who were on the back foot ever so slightly. In both goals, it was the subs who made an impact. Coman stole the ball from Messi for the second goal, after Kolo N’Djole won a penalty to start the comeback.

ARG 2-2 FRA

83′: WHAT JUST HAPPENED!

Kylian Mbappe!

He’s done it again. The French golden boy has brought them right back into the match just when they looked down and out. A goal from the spot kick and then a sumptuous finish from open play to make it 2-2. Argentina on the backfoot.

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