Argentina vs France World Cup history: Head-to-head before Qatar 2022 Final

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The Qatar 2022 Final is here. Argentina and France will face each other for the FIFA World Cup title, so here’s their head-to-head before this very exciting game.

It’s time to see which national team is the best in the world. Argentina take on France in the Qatar 2022 final this Sunday, with both teams looking to win their third FIFA World Cup title, so here’s their clash at the tournament.

Argentina were the first finalists after beating Croatia 3-0. Led by Lionel Messi, La Albiceleste have had an incredible run in the knockout stages and will certainly look to lift the trophy for their captain at their last World Cup.

On the other side is the French national team. They won the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and will be playing in their second consecutive final, trying to win back-to-back titles and become the third team to do so.

Argentina vs France head-to-head

It is the most important game in Qatar 2022. The 64th match is going to be played this Sunday, December 18, between Argentina and France to see which team is the best in the world.

There’s history between these two squads in the FIFA World Cup. They’ve played three games in this tournament, with two victories for Argentina and one for France.

The first time they met was in Uruguay 1930. Argentina defeated France with a 1-0 score in the group stage with Luis Monti’s goal. La Albiceleste made it to the final that year, but lost to Uruguay by a 4-2 score.

48 years later, they face each other again for Argentina 1978. The host team won once again with a 2-1 score. Daniel Passarella and Leopoldo Luque were the ones that gave La Albiceleste the victory in the group stage, while Michel Platini scored for France.

In the last FIFA World Cup, played at Russia, both teams gave one of the most exciting games of the tournament in the Round of 16. With a final 4-3 for France, they eliminated Argentina from the tournament. Antoine Griezmann, Benjamin Pavard and Kylian Mbappe (twice) scored for Les Bleus, while Angel Di Maria, Gabriel Mercado and Sergio Aguero did it for the South Americans.

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