Newcastle legend Shearer: Superstar Mbappe has the lot


Instead, their most exciting player of all answered the call, and Argentina, not even with Messi, had no response.

Swedish television has measured that the peak rate Mbappe during this breakthrough was 39 km/h. "It's flattering for me, but it won't stop me from working hard and, above all, going as far as possible in this World Cup".

Franco Armani goalkeeper of Argentina could have stopped Mbappe's first goal, which gave France a 3-2 lead, but the beauty wasn't the finish but in the build-up.

"My stint in India was great, I made a lot of friends, discovered a new country and maybe I will be back soon", he said.

The previous teenager to score twice in a game was a 17-year-old Brazilian named Pelé in the 1958 World Cup final.

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"I've already and always said in the World Cup you have all of the top players so it's an opportunity to show what you can do and your abilities".

The relationship between the English national team and the country's media is a odd one because the press tends to focus on the negatives of a bunch of professional athletes rather than publicise the positives. He did us the world of good.

Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano wasted no time in announcing his global retirement after the game after winning a record 147 caps for his country.

"Uruguay is a south-American team very hard to play", Deschamps told French television program Telefoot on Sunday.

The forward, who regularly plays for Paris Saint Germain, at the tender age of 19 helped his nation's side go through to the quarter-finals to be played this Friday against Uruguay. They needed a defining game and they got just that against Argentina. "My players have ambition, me too, but it will be a hard match", said Deschamps, who is now the longest-serving France coach, with 80 matches in charge.