The game started with an attack from the French team, but it was quickly deflected by one of the Argentine players. The French team attacked again and scored a goal, but it was quickly overturned by the Argentine team. The game continued with both teams attacking each other until a shot by Messi gave Argentina their first lead of the game. The game ended with a penalty shootout after both teams missed their shots at goal.
The final score was 4-2 for Argentina, who were crowned world champions after they won on penalties. Soccer players are known for their quick feet and incredible balance, but few have ever been able to match the skill of Lionel Messi.
With his equalizer goal in extra time, Argentina took a 2-1 lead over France in the final of the 2022 World Cup. But the French were not ready to surrender just yet. With five minutes remaining in the match, Kylian Mbappé scored an equalizer for France to send it into a penalty shootout.
In regulation time, no player was able to beat Argentina goalkeeper Franco Armani. In the shootouts, there were six penalties each—Armani saved four and his teammate Alejandro Grimaldo saved three. With that, Argentina became the champions of the world!
On June 30th, France and Argentina played a World Cup final that would go down in history as one of the best matches of all time. The game was intense from the start, with both teams fighting for control of the ball. In the end, Argentina won the game 4-2 on penalties after 120 minutes of play. It was a dramatic finish to an amazing game.
This match is also known as “La Bomba”. This is because Lionel Messi was able to score two goals in extra time and then another two in the shootout to help Argentina win their fifth title in World Cup history. He is now considered to be one of the greatest players ever to play soccer.
The final also featured some great individual performances from each player on each team. There were two goals scored by Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) and Luis Suarez (Uruguay). There were also two goals scored by Lionel Messi (Argentina) and Antoine Griezmann (France). These five players had a lot to do with winning this match!
Eleven minutes into overtime, France striker Kylian Mbappé was whistled for a foul on Gonzalo Higuain. The referee pointed to the spot and Marcelo Romero converted the penalty to give Argentina the lead.
Minutes later, Argentina’s Edgardo Bauza was sent off for a second yellow card after a challenge on Samuel Umtiti. This gave France an advantage because they only had 10 men for the remainder of extra time and into penalties, but French captain Hugo Lloris saved two spot kicks as Argentina took home their second World Cup trophy.
The game was marred by several controversial decisions made by officials throughout the match. A clear handball by Argentina’s Paulo Dybala went unrecalled, while several other players were given dubious red cards by officials who failed to do their job properly.”
In the end, it was a penalty shootout that saw the hosts of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Argentina take home the title. The team advanced to the final after defeating Croatia in their first-round match on June 25th, with Lionel Messi taking home his fourth Golden Ball award and third World Cup trophy.