Football NewsNearly 200,000 People Sign a Petition Calling For Argentina vs France Wolrd Cup Final Rematch.
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Argentina won the match on penalties after France had played to a dramatic 3-3, but people, particularly in France, are dissatisfied and want the match to be redone.

A popular petition suggests that the World Cup final should be re-played, despite the fact that Lionel Messi may have been the one to hoist the trophy, Argentina may have brought it back to their people, and Emi Martinez may still be winding up the people of France.

Nearly 200,000 people had signed a petition on the French website MesOpinions by the time Friday morning rolled around, requesting that the World Cup final match be replayed from the beginning.

After a nail-biting 3-3 draw in the championship match at the Lusail Stadium in Doha, the game went to a penalty shootout to decide who would take home the trophy. Argentina emerged victorious, claiming their third World Cup title.

The question that has to be answered is why a couple hundred thousand individuals in France want the game to be played again.

First, since they were defeated, and secondly, because, according to the petition, there were obvious problems with both of Argentina’s first two goals.

It has been suggested that Dembele did not foul Di Maria when the penalty kick was taken, despite the fact that the performance of referee Szymon Marciniak has been lauded by a significant number of people. Although the touch was definitely very light, it was enough to knock the winger down inside the box.

After that, it is argued that Mbappe was fouled in the build-up to the fantastic counter-attack that occurred before Di Maria’s goal, and some fans point the finger of blame at Cristian Romero.

The referee for the World Cup final gave an excellent response to the arguments that Lionel Messi’s goal shouldn’t have been allowed to stand. Szymon Marciniak, has therefore responded to accusations of favoritism and that he should have disallowed Argentina’s third goal. The accusations came from the French team.

After pulling his phone out of his pocket, he made the following proclamation: “The French didn’t highlight this photo, where you can see how there are seven Frenchmen on the pitch after Mbappe scored a goal.”
“To begin, in order to appropriately punish this situation, the game should be altered. What kind of an effect did the guys’ decision to stand up and run out onto the field have?”

In point of fact, the Polish official stated that the criticism from L’Equipe was nothing more than “water off a duck’s back,” and he made this declaration: “Friends, outstanding referees from France, wrote to me. The response was really positive. We received a lot of plaudits from professionals and footballers, and Kylian Mbappé told us that he thought we did a good job as referees. What the players have to say is important.

The French expressed their gratitude to us after the game, indicating that they were pleased with the officiating.