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The former representatives of France are shocking.  They want Argentina to win the M¦ World Cup

The former representatives of France are shocking. They want Argentina to win the M¦ World Cup

Sunday difference Argentina and France You will play in the World Cup Grand Final in Qatar. Former players, pundits and football people point out their favorite team in this encounter and the reasons why one team deserves to win more than the other. France was stunned by the statements of two former national team strikers.

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Andre-Pierre Gignac and David Trezeguet say Leo Messi deserves to win the World Cup final

David Trezeguet played 71 times for France, scoring 34 goals. He won with the team World Championship In 1998 and Euro 2000 and for years it has been its attacking force. Before the World Cup final, he stunned his compatriots with a statement about the upcoming match. – Leo Messi He deserves the title of world champion. People dream about it, all Argentina play with him and he gets along great with his friends. The former attacker, M. that. Juventus added, quoting Tycsports.com: “France has a good chance to defend the title, and Kylian Mbappe dreams of beating Messi.” The difference here is age, Leo is at the end of his career, Mbappe is just starting and he is going to break all kinds of records.

“I am French, but I would like Argentina to win the World Cup because Leo Messi deserved it throughout his career. He behaves like a true leader on the pitch,” said Andre Pierre Gignac on Fox Sport. The 37-year-old claims that if he stays Coach He would like to have Kylian Mbappe in his team, but Leo Messi is the player he would like to play with as a player.

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The striker moved from Olympique de Marseille to Tigres UANL in July 2015 and has since become the biggest star in Mexican football. He played 313 matches with Tigres, scoring 178 goals and providing 43 assists. The striker was in Didier Deschamps’ squad after moving to Mexico and even played in the final Euro 2016 back home. In October 2016, he played his last match for the national team and finished his career there with 36 appearances and seven goals.

The Argentina-France match is scheduled to take place on Sunday, December 18, at 16:00 at Lusail Stadium.