France vs Argentina, Qatar World Cup Final 2022, the struggle of the titans for the third World Cup star
Tomorrow, Sunday, December 18, at 4 p.m. UTC, Argentina and France will play in the 2022 World Cup's championship game.
✔ Live Streaming of the Qatar World Cup 2022:
- Watch the match: Argentina VS France - FIFA WORLD CUP 2022
The Argentina-France game will last 90 minutes (plus any additional time the referee deems necessary). If the scores are tied at the end of normal time, extra time will be played. If the scores are still tied after that, a penalty shootout will be conducted.
Broadcasting stations for the 2022 World Cup Final.
Free broadcasts of the World Cup championship game between France and Argentina
Observing the France-Argentina game
The 2022 World Cup final will be broadcast on the Max package, which is devoted to important competitions like the World Cup, the European Nations Cup, and others. The BN Sport channel group owns the exclusive broadcast rights to the 2022 World Cup events.
Is it feasible to watch the 2022 World Cup Final game between France and Argentina for free?
Although the broadcast matches have not been officially announced, it is anticipated that the match between Argentina and France will be free to watch on the open beIN Sports channel and the Open Cup channel. The BN Sport channel group announced that 22 matches during the 2022 World Cup will be broadcast on free open channels.
The Lusail Stadium, commonly known as the "iconic Lusail Stadium," will host the France vs. Argentina game in the 2022 World Cup.
Who will officiate the World Cup championship game?
FIFA has selected international referee Simon Marciniak to oversee the 2022 World Cup Final.
Poland's Marchiniak took charge of two games during the group stage: France's 2-1 victory over Denmark and Argentina's 2-1 victory over Australia in the round of 16.
How did France get to the World Cup final in 2022?
How did the national team of Argentina win the 2022 World Cup?
They defeated Australia in the round of 16 before defeating the Netherlands on penalties in the quarterfinals and Croatia in the semifinals to secure a meeting with destiny at Lusail Stadium.
Has France previously won the World Cup?
After winning the previous competition in Russia in 2018, France, which has won the World Cup twice in its history, advanced to Qatar as the defending champion.
When they overcame them on home soil in 1998, the Blues won the World Cup for the first time in their history. The team included players like Zinedine Zidane, Christian Karembeu, Emmanuel Petit, and Marcel Desailly.
Has Argentina previously won the World Cup?
Argentina, like France, has won two World Cups, the first in their home country in 1978 and the second in Mexico in 1986. Players like Mario Kempes and Daniel Passarella excelled when Argentina defeated the Netherlands in the 1978 World Cup final. Diego Maradona is renowned for motivating the team in 1986.
Their sixth final participation will be in Qatar in 2022; they have previously been in the finals of the tournaments in 1930, 1990, and 2014.
The most prominent numbers before facing Argentina and France
●France has advanced to the World Cup final four times since 1998 (1998, 2006, 2018, and 2022), which is twice as many times as any other team has done during this time. The defending World Cup winner, the blue squad, is eager to become just the third team in history to do so after Italy (1934, 1938) and Brazil (1958, 1962).
●This World Cup matchup between Argentina and France is their fourth meeting. This is the 13th meeting between the teams in all competitions, with the Albiceleste team winning two of the previous three games while losing the only match that brought them together in the knockout rounds, a 3-4 loss in the round of 16 of the previous World Cup in Russia 2018. France has won just three of its last 12 games (D3, L6), and their most recent meeting was a 4-3 victory in the round of 16 of the World Cup in Russia 2018.
●In their last 10 World Cup games against South American opponents, France has not suffered a defeat (F6, D4). Ironically, it lost to Argentina itself by a score of 2-0 in the World Cup group stage in 1978, the last time it faced these teams.
●This is the eleventh World Cup final between a South American team and a European team; in the previous ten finals, the South American teams won the championship, and Argentina actually took part in two of the three defeats suffered by the Latin teams (against Germany in 1990 and 2014), while France won the third European victory over these teams (3- 0 against Brazil in 1998).
●Argentina may become just the second side in World Cup history, following Spain in the 2010 edition, to lose its opening match before winning the tournament after losing to Saudi Arabia 1-2 in the first round.
●This will only be the second World Cup final in history to feature two teams that lost a game before the final. In the 1978 edition, Argentina won the tournament by defeating the Netherlands 3-1 in the final, and the two teams had both lost once in the first group stage. With Argentina losing to Saudi Arabia 1-2 and France losing to Tunisia 0-1 in the group stage, this will only be the second final in World Cup history to feature two teams that lost a game before the final.
●Only Brazil between the 1958 and 1970 editions (9) have won more consecutive knockout matches than in the World Cup finals in World Cup history. France have won the 7 knockout matches they have played since the beginning of the 2018 edition (including the play-offs in the group stage and excluding the group stage matches first, second and final).
●Argentina has the lowest shot-per-game rate of any side competing in this World Cup, allowing only 5.7 shots per game, and none of its six games so far have seen an anticipated goal % against them higher than 0.6.
●In the current World Cup, France has the highest rate of projected goals without penalty kicks (11.9), while Argentina has the lowest rate (0.40).
●With his participation in this match, Argentine Lionel Messi will play in the most World Cup games (26), and he may also set a record by scoring in every knockout-round game from the round of 16 through the championship game in a single World Cup (since the introduction of the current format in the 1986 edition).
●In the 25 World Cup games he participated in, Messi led Argentina with 11 goals and 8 assists.
●Only four players—Fava (1958, 1962), Pele (1958, 1970), Paul Breitner (1974, 1982), and Zinedine Zidane (1998, 2006)—had scored in two different World Cup finals before Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe did so for France in the 2018 World Cup final (in the French roosters' 4-2 victory over Croatia). On the day of the final, at 23 years and 363 days old, Mbappe may become the youngest
●Since Opta began compiling statistics, only one French player has created more chances in one World Cup edition than Griezmann (21); he is Alan Gerris (24) in the 1982 and 1986 editions. Griezmann has created more chances (21) and has an expected assist percentage (3.5) than any other player in the current tournament.
●Lionel Scaloni, the head coach of Argentina, will be the youngest coach to manage a team in a World Cup final since Rudi Voller in the 2002 tournament (42), and he might become the youngest coach to win the championship since his compatriot Cesar Luis Menotti in the 1978 tournament (39).
●Didier Deschamps, the coach of France, may become just the second coach in World Cup history to guide a team to victory in two different tournament finals, following Italian Vittorio Pozzo with Italy in the 1934 and 1938 editions. Deschamps won 14 of his 18 matches as a coach with France in the World Cup (T2, L2); only Helmut Schön (16) has won more World Cup matches as a coach, and his winning percentage as a coach (78%) is the best for any
●During the past two World Cups, Kylian Mbappe of France and Argentina's Lionel Messi (27) created the most opportunities after moving with the ball a distance of +5 meters (22). After moving the ball, Messi made 10 chances after making 17 shots, while Mbappe made 8 shots and 14 other chances.
●Hugo Lloris might join Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (1982, 1986), Diego Maradona (1968, 1990), and Dunga (1994, 1998) as the fourth captain to lead a team in two different finals, each of whom lost one of them. Lloris could become the first captain to win the World Cup twice if his team advances to both finals.
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