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It started with Messi, it seems to have ended with Messi, but Argentina’s victory said, “I will play for Messi.” It was possible because there were colleagues who made a promise.
Reporter Oh Seon-min delivers these shining moments.토토사이트
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In the 17th minute of the first half, the ball, which was a little too long to land in front of Messi, flew to Di Maria, but the ‘left-footed’ right-footed shot went over the post.
As if the regret of this moment became medicine, Di Maria moved more actively and shook the French defense.
Messi’s opening goal also came from a penalty awarded by Di María as he dug down the side.
They even scored a goal in the 36th minute of the first half, but in a counterattack situation, Di Maria, who was running on Mark Allister’s ground pass, pushed it in with his left foot.
Di Maria, who started for the first time in the tournament, burst into tears as if recalling his heartache.
The World Cup was the last for Di Maria, 34, although the world paid attention to Messi’s ‘Last Dance’.
Di Maria ended her World Cup journey with a standing ovation.
If Martinez’s goalkeeper’s legs had risen a little higher in a one-on-one situation with Muani right before the end of extra time, which was tight 3-3, the owner of the championship trophy might have changed.
In the penalty shootout that followed, he read kicker No. 2’s shot, shook the French players, and eventually led to the win by inducing Chuameni’s third loss.
“Everything I dreamed of has come true,” said Martinez, who was named Qatar World Cup’s best goalkeeper.