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World Cup 2022 LIVE France reach final to set up Kylian Mbap
2022-12-16 | อ่าน

IT WILL be Argentina vs France in the World Cup final!

Which of course means the battle of Lionel Messi vs Kylian Mbappe in theHUGE showpiece final on Sunday afternoon.

France reached the final after defeating Morocco 2-0 in their crunch semi-final.

Elsewhere, Thomas Tuchel is in the frame for the England job after the Three Lions came crashing out of the World Cup in Qatar.

Gareth Southgate is set to consider his future,with two years left remaining on his contract.

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Gareth Southgate will be given the Christmas break to decide if he wants to stay on as England boss.

But the FA high command remains desperate for Southgate to see out his contract and take the Three Lions through to Euro 2024.

Wembley chiefs recognise that Southgate is mentally and emotionally drained after Englands run to the quarter-finals.

And despite some carping from outside the England camp, nobody within the Wembley set-up wants change at the top now.

Onto this weekends showcase finale Messi has openly admitted the final will be his last ever World Cup game.

But while there is a 12-year age gap between Messi, 35, and Mbappe, 23, there has been little to separate them at this World Cup.

Were set for the mother of all subplots in the World Cup final as the pair fight over the golden boot.

Lionel Messi and the rest of Argentinas starting line-up were absent from training on Thursday amid concerns over their talismans fitness.

The 35-year-old was seen clutching his hamstring several times during the 3-0 win over Croatia on Tuesday.

It has led Argentina fans to become increasingly concerned about Messis condition ahead of their World Cup final against France on Sunday.

But Messis non-appearance at training should not raise alarm bells as manager Lionel Scaloni gave all the starting XI from the semi-final the day off.

France were pictured wildly celebrating in their dressing room after reaching the World Cup final.

After the semi-final win over Morocco, Olivier Giroud and Aurelien Tchouameni led the celebrations as they danced on the table.

Man of the Match Antoine Griezmann also went for a slide across the table following the victory.

Lautaro Martinezs partner reportedly had to go to hospital after finding glass in her drink at a club.

Agustina Gandolfo was out celebrating her fella reaching the World Cup final, where they face France on Sunday.

Security were called to the incident, which occurred on Tuesday after Argentina had defeated Croatia in the semi-final.

Augustina went out with her sister and her siblings partner in a shopping mall located in Doha, according to numerous reports.

However, while drinking, the group reportedly found pieces of glass inside the bottle.

The referee that will officiate the 2022 World Cup Final between Argentina and France has been revealed.

It will be Polish ref Szymon Marciniak who will be calling the mega clash at the Lusail Stadium this Sunday.

Squad playersAngel Di MariaandPaulo Dybala- both of whom came on as second half substitutes against Croatia - were present at training.

Papu Gomez is nursing a sprained ankle and remains a doubt for the final, while Marcos Acuna and Gonzalo Montiel will return from suspension.

But it is Messi that every Argentine is hanging their hopes on heading into theFrancegame.

TheBarcelonalegend has been in scintillating form for his country, contributing five goals and three assists in their sixWorld Cupgames.

But more than his goal contributions, he has been talismanic in everything Argentina have done at the tournament as he bids to win the trophy on his fifth and final attempt.

Lionel Messi and the rest of Argentinas starting line-up were absent from training on Thursday amid concerns over their talismans fitness.

The 35-year-old was seen clutching his hamstring several times during the3-0 win over Croatia on Tuesday.

It has ledArgentinafans to become increasingly concerned aboutMessis condition ahead of theirWorld Cup final against France on Sunday.

But Messis non-appearance at training should not raise alarm bells as manager Lionel Scaloni gave all the starting XI from the semi-final the day off.

Foot Mercatoare reporting that Messi is experiencing discomfort in his hamstring, although he is widely considered to be fit.

Many issues around Qatar had been discussed before and continued throughout the competition, namely the treatment of migrant workers, the LGBTQ community, and human rights abuses.

Now Norway head coach Solbakken, whose country categorically opposed the Qatar tournament even before they failed to qualify, has slammed ex-Arsenalboss Wengers decision to support the event.

Speaking to Norwegian channelTV 2, he said: It shudders to see that the smartest man in the world, Arsene Wenger, who has been looked up to over the years, has somehow been brainwashed and is now making the most stupid statements.

Its scary with all the people weve looked up to in the football world for years.

Theres a polarisation going on right now, and Im afraid its going to get worse.

MindlessWengersaid: You know when you go to a World Cup, you know you cant lose the first game.

The teams who have the experience to perform in tournaments likeFranceandEnglandplayed well in the first game.

The teams who were mentally ready, with a mindset to focus on competition, and not the political demonstrations.

Arsenal icon Arsene Wenger has been brainwashed into making stupid statements since joining Fifa, according to Norway manager Stale Solbakken.

The Gunners legend, 73, whojoined footballs world governing body in 2019, is currently the organisations head of global development.

He hit the headlines during theWorld Cupfor claiming the teams that had focused on football over politics had fared better on the pitch.

This was viewed as a pointed dig atGermanyandDenmark- who were vocal in their opposition of the competition going to Qatar and subsequently lost their first game.

They both went on to exit the tournament in the group stage.

A spokesperson for Beckham: David has been involved in a number of World Cups and other major international tournaments both as a player and an ambassador and he has always believed that sport has the power to be a force for good in the world.

Football, the most popular sport globally, has a genuine ability to bring people together and make a real contribution to communities.

We understand that there are different and strongly held views about engagement in the Middle East but see it as positive that debate about the key issues has been stimulated directly by the first World Cup being held in the region.

We hope that these conversations will lead to greater understanding and empathy towards all people and that progress will be achieved.

David Beckham claims the Qatar World Cup has the power to be a force for good after defending his 150million deal to be the face of the finals.

The ex-England captain broke his silence on Thursday in response tobeing called out by comedian Joe Lycett.

Lycett protested against Beckhams 15million-a-year agreementto be an ambassador for the emirate.

He went viral for his money-shredding stunt last month after he issued an ultimatum to Beckham for the Qatar deal,where homosexuality is illegal.

IfBeckhamdid not pull out of the deal, Lycett said he would shred 10,000.

It was later revealed thatLycetthad in fact donated it to an LGBTQ+ charity.

Argentina are one game away from winning the World Cup for the first time since 1986.

And Premier League fans will be delighted for the likes of Lisandro Martinez, Cristian Romero and Alexis Mac Allister if it happens.

But such a result could open up a huge club vs country row as the season prepares to restart.

With the Premier League returning on Boxing Day, players will theoretically be expected back in time to train and prepare for the matches.

However, it will be hard for Argentinas stars to resist a diversion via Buenos Aires for the mother of all celebrations.

Man Utd(Martinez),Brighton(Mac Allister),Tottenham(Romero),Aston Villa(Emi Martinez) andManchester City(Julian Alvarez) could all be affected by this.

Premier League clubs would also be affected by a France victory and a parade in Paris involving Hugo Lloris, Raphael Varane, Ibrahima Konate, Alphonse Areola and William Saliba.

FA chief executive Mark Bullingham and chair Debbie Hewitt went public in their desire for Southgate to stay on in the immediate aftermath of the last eight exit.

And another powerbroker, formerArsenaland FA vice-chairman David Dein added his opinion as he said: In my opinion Gareth should stay.

The FA think the same, they want him to stay.

He may decide he cant take the team any further and he may be right.

But even then Id like him to stay in some capacity. Because I think hes a decent man.

Dein, who will have been to 58 of the 64 World Cup matches by the end of the tournament, added: Qatar have won a lot of friends because of this World Cup and the way it has been handled.

If you ask the fans and you ask the players have they enjoyed it, yes they have. And we have to ask ourselves, what is football without fans?

I am hoping it will change the Qataris, too. Qatar will benefit from this going forward. I hope so. That should be a legacy for them.

Gareth Southgate will be given the Christmas break to decide if he wants to stay on as England boss.

But the FA high command remains desperate for Southgate to see out his contract and take the Three Lions through to Euro 2024.

Wembley chiefs recognise that Southgate is mentally and emotionally drained afterEnglands run to the quarter-finals.

And despite some carping from outside the England camp, nobody within the Wembley set-up wants change at the top now.

The hope within the FA is that Southgate will take time to reflect on what has happened over the past few weeks and feel he does have the appetite and desire to return for a further 18 months at the England helm.

At the same time, there is an understanding that Southgate deserves space to recharge his batteries with his family and ponder whether he has the energy to put himself through the wringer one last time.

With the Christmas break looming, it means the FA anticipate sitting down with Southgate early in the New Year so that a prompt decision can then be made by all parties.

The referee that will officiate the 2022 World Cup Final between Argentina and France has been revealed.

It will be Polish ref Szymon Marciniak who will be calling the mega clash at the Lusail Stadium this Sunday.

According to Sports Center, FIFA referee chairman Pierluigi Collina has picked Marciniak as the man for the tournaments big match.

That is after the 41-year-olds strong performances refereeing both finalists in the World Cups earlier stages.

Messihas openly admitted the final will be hislast ever World Cup game.

But while there is a 12-year age gap between Messi, 35, andMbappe, 23, there has been little to separate them at thisWorld Cup.

Or over the last two World Cups for that matter.

Mbappes stats dont go back any further than that, while the current tournament in Qatar is MessisFIFTHtime on footballs greatest stage.

Although, despite playing 12 less games at the World Cup, Mbappe has only scoredTWOfewer goals than Messi.

The party didnt stop there however, as the team continued their celebrations when they returned to the hotel.

There, adoring fans and hotel staff greeted them following the victory.

In the final, theytake on Argentinaas they look to deny Lionel Messi the World Cup he has been craving.

France were pictured wildly celebrating in their dressing room after reaching the World Cup final.

Les Bleus were2-0 winners over Moroccothanks to goals from Theo Hernandez and Randal Kolo Muani.

That result means they have the chance to become the first back-to-back world champions since Brazil in 1962.

And after the match, Olivier Giroud and Aurelien Tchouameni led the celebrations as they danced on the table.

Man of the Match Antoine Griezmann also went for a slide across the table following the victory.

In addition, a number of old friends were invited to join the team such as 2018 World Cup winner Blaise Matuidi.

Lautaro Martinezs partner reportedly had to go to hospital after finding glass in her drink at a club.

Agustina Gandolfo was out celebrating her fella reaching theWorld Cup final, where they face France on Sunday.

Security were called in to the incident, which occurred on Tuesday afterArgentina had defeated Croatia in the semi-final.

Augustina went out with her sister and her siblings partner in a shopping mall located in Doha, according to numerous reports.

However, while drinking, the group reportedly found pieces of glass inside the bottle.

They instantly alerted security and decided to head to hospital to make sure they were all safe while also visiting the Argentine embassy to enquire about Qatars healthcare system.

France and Argentina played out the best game of 2018 World Cup as the European side beat their South American rivals 4-3 in a thrilling quarter-final clash.

If Sundays final is anything close to that classic, fans are in for a treat.

The pair first played each other in the first World Cup of 1930 with Argentina running out 1-0 winners.

They made it two wins from two as they beat the French again in the 1978 World Cup, a tournament that Argentina hosted.

With Lionel Messi looking to win his first World Cup and France aiming to become the first European side to win the trophy back-to-back since 1938, its all to play for.

Ex-Arsenal ace Ray Parlour believes the Gunners should go after Moroccan World Cup star Sofyan Amrabat.

The 26-year-old - labelled the best midfielder at the tournamentby the French President- has seen his stock rise as the African nation got all the way to the semi-finals.

Parlour told TalkSport: Amrabet, I tell you hes a player. If I was Arsenal, Id be looking at him. Central midfield, he can get his foot in. Very good player.

Morocco defender Jawad El Yamiq almost wrote himself into World Cup history last night.

The defender pulled off an extraordinary overhead kick to nearly equalise against France in the first-half.

It would have been one of those goals were talking about years later - but he was cruelly denied by the post.

French manager Didier Deschamps refused to be drawn on whether Karim Benzema could be back for the World Cup final.

The Real Madrid striker has missed the tournament with injury but reports indicate he could be fit and ready to go for Sunday.

Asked whether Benzema could return the squad after last nights win over Morocco, Deschamps groaned before saying: I dont really want to answer that question.

Next question. I do apologise.

Randal Kolo Muani came off the bench to score Frances elusive second goal yesterday within 44 seconds of his introduction.

Its the Eintracht Frankfurt strikers first goal for his country and helped them see off Morocco in the World Cup semi-final.

And the shocked joy on his face is arguably one of the images of the tournament.

Were set for the mother of all subplots in the World Cup final as Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe fight over the golden boot.

Mbappe has not been credited with an assist for Randal Kolo Muanis goal yesterday, meaning his PSG teammate still edges him on assists.

And perhaps it is unfair to frame this purely as a two-way fight, with Argentinas Julian Alvarez and Frances Olivier Giroud still very much in the running.

Messi - 5 goals, 3 assistsMbappe - 5 goals, 2 assistsAlvarez - 4 goals, 0 assistsGiroud - 4 goals, 0 assists

Joey Barton has urged Gareth Southgate to RESIGN after Englands World Cup exit and told the FA to stop rewarding failure.

has led theThree Lionsin the last three major tournaments but is considering his future after thequarter-final defeat to France.

And Barton, who currently manages League 1 Bristol Rovers, tweeted: Cant believe Southgate hasnt resigned yet.

Thats two World Cups and a home European Championship we could/should have won.

Stop rewarding failure. Got to go. Time to hire somebody who can win. Pizza Hut advert years ago. Enough said.