Russia-2018 News : Argentina Says goodbye to the World Cup against France 4-3

Argentina Lost to France for the eighth-finals of the World Cup Russia 2018 at the Kazan Arena stadium.

Argentina and France played for the eighth-finals of the World Cup Russia 2018 from Kazan. The “Albicelestes” team eliminated in the eighth of final of the World Cup of Russia-2018 after being surpassed 4-3 by France, this Saturday in Kazan, at which point the great star Albiceleste, Lionel Messi, will continue without adding to his Palmares the most coveted title.

Antoine Griezmann forwarded the European team in the 13th minute of penal and Argentina managed to trace thanks to the many of Ángel Di María (41) and Gabriel Mercado (48), but France reacted with a goal spectacular of Benjamin Pavard (57) and a doublet of Kylian Mbappé (64, 68). Sergio Agüero (90 + 3) shortened the disadvantage, but no time to prevent the Bleus to take tickets to the quarterfinals, where they will face the winner of the Uruguay-Portugal on Friday in Nizhny Novgorod.

“We wanted to pass, and it was all we wanted (….) They give us back the game, and we got very uphill. We are unfortunate, that is the reality “said after the party the Argentine defender Gabriel Mercado. “Our dream was to reach the final, and we could not make it.”

France now as a firm candidate to reach the final in Moscow, the Bleus dressed in frac to eliminate the current runners of the world and get into the quarterfinals, the same instance in the fell four years ago in Brazil to Germany.


France beats Argentina: (Getty)

Didier Deschamps got away with the annulment of Messi with an excellent job in the midfield of Kante and Matuidi. The Astro barely appeared without increased risk, and Argentina suffered it.

It should remember that in the group phase, Argentina equaled 1-1 with Iceland in its debut, then it was landslide 3-0 by Croatia and ended up sealing the passport to eighths with a goal agonizing the defense Marcos Rojo to Nigeria (Triumph 2-1), as the second group D.

Source:  FIFA

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