Argentina won the FIFA World Cup 2022 Trophy by defeating France (4-2) in the Penalty Shootout

In the thrilling World Cup Final match, Argentina defeated France (4-2) in the penalty shootout in the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022. After winning the final match, Argentina won the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.

Lionel Messi scored the first goal in the penalty stroke in the 23rd minute for Argentina which leads (1-0) over France during the first half of the match. Angel Di Maria scored the second in the 36th minute for Argentina which leads (2-0) over France in the first half of the match. Before the break, Argentina leads (2-0) over France at the end of the first half of the match.

Kylian Mbappe scored the first goal in the penalty stroke in the 80th minute for France but Argentina leads (2-1) over France during the second half of the match. Kylian Mbappe again scored the second goal in the 81st minute for France which equalize (2-2) with Argentina in the second half of the match. At the end of the second half of the match Argentina (2-2) France.

Both team Argentina nor France did not score a goal in the extra time in the first half of the match. Lionel Messi again scored the third goal in the 108th minute for Argentina which leads (3-2) over France in the extra time in the second half of the match. Kylian Mbappe again scored the third goal in the penalty stroke in the 118th minute for France which equalize (3-3) with Argentina.

Argentina scored four goals while France only scored two goals during the penalty shootout. At the end of the match, Argentina won the match by (4-2) with France in the FIFA World Cup Final 2022 in Qatar. Argentina won the third title of the FIFA World Cup after winning this match.

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