Mbappe receives the 2022 World Cup top scorer award
French star Kylian Mbappe received the World Cup top scorer award after Argentina won the 2022 World Cup at the expense of France, with a penalty shootout, in the match that was held between them on Sunday evening at the “Lusail” stadium in the current version of the tournament that started on November 20, with the participation of 32 teams representing the continents. the six.
Kylian Mbappe succeeded in scoring 3 goals, a hat-trick, in the final match that was held between Argentina against France, in which the original time ended with three goals for each of them.
The World Cup top scorers are as follows:
Kylian Mbaye: 8 goals
Lionel Messi: 7 goals
Julian Alvarez: 4 goals
Olivier Giroud: 4 goals
Alvaro Morata: 3 goals
Bukayo Saka: 3 goals
Cody Jacobo: 3 goals
Valencia: 3 goals
Gonzalo Ramos: 3 goals
Marcus Rashford: 3 goals
The first goal for Argentina’s national team versus France came via Lionel Messi’s penalty kick in the 23rd minute of play. Lionel Messi currently holds the record for most World Cup matches participated, according to the global “Opta” network, which specialises in world football data and statistics. (26).
German star Lothar Matthews, who had 25 matches, and third-placed Miroslav Klose, who had 24 matches, were both surpassed by Lionel Messi, who now has 26 matches.
Messi is the first player in World Cup history to score in every round of the competition, including “groups, the final price, the quarter-finals, the semi-finals, and the final match,” according to the “Opta” statistics network.
In the 36th minute of the game, Angel Di Maria scored the second goal for the Argentine national team against France.
Kylian Mbappe scored the first goal for France through a penalty in the 80th minute of the match.
In the 82nd minute of the game, Mbappe added a second goal with a beautiful shot that found the back of the Argentine goal.
Legend In the 109th minute of the game, Lionel Messi scored the third goal for Argentina against his French opponent.
In the 117th minute of the game, Kylian Mbappe converted a penalty kick to score France’s third goal and complete his own “hat-trick.”