Messi finally gets to realize his destiny by bringing home the one trophy that has eluded him his entire career. The 35-year-old soccer player achieved his career-high moment after Argentina beat France on penalties in the final, winning at a nail-biting 4-2 game.
In the final match, FIFA reached on penalty kicks, a dramatic scenario that pushed the match to extra time when both teams collected 3-3 goals. Gonzalo Montiel rolled in the deciding penalty to give Argentina a third world cup.
European teams defending FIFA World Cup since 2006, Italy, Spain, Germany, and France, have been taking victory on FIFA for 16 years.
In a dramatic match with France, Argentina captures the trophy with a transcendecny of 4-2 goals in the penalty round.
Messi had opened the scoring from the penalty spot midway through the first half before Angel Di Maria doubled Argentina’s lead at the end of a brilliant counter-attack in the 36th minute.
In the second half, Mbappe lead the game and effaced the pre-dominance of Argentina by hitting two goals in 2 minutes. The match drew with 2-2.
However, in extra time Messi hit his second and third goals for the team but Mbappe ended the supremacy and stocked the third goal from France, hence the match was again a draw from 3-3.
In a decisive penalty kicks Gonzalo Montiel from Argentina hit 4 victorious goals while France got only two goals against its opponents.
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