Lionel Messi, Kun Aguero Leads Argentina Wild Dressing Room Celebrations After World Cup Win (Video)
Lionel Messi and Kun Aguero spearheaded Argentina’s dressing room celebrations after a historic 2022 FIFA World Cup Win, MySportDab reports.
Argentina broke a 36 years World Cup jinx to win their third World Cup trophy in a heated and spirited clash with France at the Lusail Stadium.
While France were making their fourth World Cup finals appearance, Argentina was playing in their sixth final.
Both teas had won the World two times each before the game and were looking for their third star going into the match at the Lusail Stadium.
Meanwhile, Lionel Messi was looking for his second major international trophy with Argentina after leading the team to the 2021 Copa America trophy in Brazil.
Lionel Messi made his first World Cup appearance in 2006, and the 2022 World Cup was his 5th World Cup For Argentina.
He played in the final once in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil when Argentina clashed with Germany, losing 1-0.
The PSG star gave his all for Argentina in the game against France yesterday. He opened the scoring for the team after scoring from the penalty spot.
Angel Di Maria doubled the lead to take Argentina and Lionel Messi close to the most coveted football trophy in the world.
Despite going into the break with a 2-0 lead, Argentina woke up to the nightmare of being dragged to a 2-2 draw by France late in the second half.
A quick brace by Kylian Mbappe in the 80th and 82nd minute tied the game to a 2-2 draw, with less than 10 minutes of regulation time left to play.
The match went into extra time, and Lionel Messi again rose to the occasion, scoring in the 108th minute to restore the lead.
His PSG teammate, Kylian Mbappe, scored again from the penalty spot to bag his hat-trick and drag the game to a penalty shoot.
Argentina won 4-2 after penalties, breaking the 36 years, and Lionel Messi won his first World Cup trophy after 5th successive World Cup appearance.
The team took to a wild celebration after the victory, with Lionel Messi hoisted into the air by his former teammate Sergio Kun Aguero who had joined the team’s celebrations.
The coaching crew, other teammates, and some fans joined the riotous celebration after a deserved World Cup victory
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