FIFA World Cup 2022: Argentina Takes Trophy Home After 36 Years

In a thriller FIFA finale, Lionel Messi-led Argentina defeated Kylian Mbappe's France by 4-2 in the penalty round after the match reached a stalemate with 3-3 

Argentina defeats France

Messi ended his last-ever World Cup tournament on a winning note as he scored two goals vs France and led his team to win the match

Messi’s Last FIFA In Pics: An era ends

- Angel De Maria’s five-pass move led Argentina 2-0
- Argentina scored four in penalty shootout vs France's two 

FIFA finals match highlights

Mbappe became the second player to score hat-trick in the finals

FIFA finals match highlights

FIFA World Cup 2022 became the highest-scoring football World Cup in history as both Argentina and France ended up scoring a total of 12 goals including the penalty kicks

France vs Argentina
final result

Argentinian players and coach/manager Lionel Scaloni took a piece from the history as they collected some parts of the net used during France vs Argentina match 

Argentina's historic win at Qatar FIFA World Cup

Mbappe emerged as a bright spot in FIFA World Cup as he not just led France to the World Cup finale but also became the top goal-scorer to win the coveted Golden Boot

Mbappe’s glorious FIFA journey

Dressed in an embellished black dress, Nora Fatehi joined Balqees, Rahma Riad and Manal to perform their song, 'Light The Sky' at FIFA closing ceremony

FIFA closing ceremony

PM Narendra Modi congratulated the winning team, saying, “This will be remembered as one of the most thrilling Football matches! Congrats to Argentina on becoming #FIFAWorldCup Champions!...”

PM Modi congratulates Argentina

From Rahul Gandhi and Hima Das to Sachin Tendulkar and Anand Mahindra, wishes poured in for Argentina on their historic third FIFA win

Congratulations pour in for Argentina, Messi

FIFA World Cup 2022: Argentina Beat France On Penalties; Messi Wins Golden Ball

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