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Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022. A few hours later, all eyes will turn towards Lusail Stadium, the stadium for the final match of the Qatar World Cup 2022, which will bring together Argentina against France.

The world is currently awaiting the title-deciding match for the World Cup winner, as Athos Salome, the Brazilian soothsayer, nicknamed “The Living Nostradamus”, predicted that the Argentine national team would win the 2022 Qatar World Cup champion, as he gave the Argentine team No. 8, and the French team No. 7.

 

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Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022
Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

Argentina reached the final stage by defeating Croatia 3-0, while the French roosters qualified for this stage by defeating Morocco (2-0).

 

The French national team is in the second final in a row, after it reached the final in 2018, also against Croatia, and was crowned with the title in the end.

 

Argentine legend Lionel Messi is scheduled to play his last World Cup match, the captain of the tango dancers confirmed a few days ago.

 

The 35-year-old aspires to win the World Cup for the first time in his career, after he failed to do so when he reached the final in 2014.

 

Latin supremacy

Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022
Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

The Argentine national team has a golden opportunity to snatch the title that has been absent from the country since 1986, when it was crowned under the leadership of its legend Diego Armando Maradona at the expense of West Germany.

Argentina won the title twice, both at the expense of a European team, the Netherlands in 1978 and West Germany in 1986.

 

And there is a historical fact that promises the Argentines before the final of the Qatar World Cup 2022, which is the ability of the Latin teams to defeat the Europeans in most of the confrontations between them in the final of the tournament.

 

The South Americans met with the old continent’s teams 10 times in the World Cup final, the Latinos won 7 of them compared to only 3 in favor of the Europeans.

 

Despite this, Argentina wasted the title in the last two times during which it reached the final match, losing at the hands of a European team, namely Germany.

Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

This happened in the 1990 final with the loss of Maradona’s comrades at the hands of West Germany, before being defeated again by the Manshafts in the 2014 edition with the same score (0-1).

 

While the third loss came to the South American teams in the 1998 final for France, against Brazil, 3-0.

 

Pogba: The World Cup final is won and not played

Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022
Latin supremacy heralds Argentina for the absent title 2022

Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba sent a message to the French national team players hours before the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar.

 

The roosters will meet their Argentine counterpart, Sunday evening, at Lusail Stadium, in the World Cup final.

 

Pogba said in a video published by the official accounts of the French national team on social media: “Well, guys. For the second time we are in the World Cup final.”

 

He continued, “This is the second time in a row, so I offer you all my support and all my strength.”

 

The Juventus star added, “It’s a final you know. He wins and doesn’t play! I wish you the best. All the best to you. Long live the roosters.”

 

Pogba was one of the French players who won the 2018 World Cup in the World Cup in Russia, but he was absent from the roosters’ list in the current version after he was injured.

 

France passed the semi-finals after eliminating Morocco 2-0, while Messi’s comrades qualified for the final at the expense of Croatia 3-0.

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Rahaf Ibrahim

A multi-disciplined content writer with a long period of work in English and Arabic content and holds a master's degree in television media.

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