How To Sign The France Stop Crying Petition Created By Argentina Fan And Its Online Link

How To Sign The France Stop Crying Petition Created By Argentina Fan And Its Online Link

Argentina supporters responded to France football fans in their own unique way by starting a petition demanding that France stop crying for a World Cup rematch, know how to sign it and the link

A commenter on MesOpinions claimed the penalty given to Argentina was unfair and that French star Kylian Mbappe was fouled in the buildup to Di Maria’s goal, prompting FIFA to request a rematch between France and Argentina.

Explained How To Sign The France Stop Crying Petition Created By Argentina Fan And Its Online Link

French news outlet MesOpinions has gathered the signatures of over 220,000 people (as of this writing) who want to see a rematch of the 2022 World Cup final. After a dramatic 3-3 draw, Argentina won the match on penalties, although the French were not pleased with a number of calls made by referee Szymon Marciniak. The petition can be signed here.

Marciniak addressed concerns that players were ineligible to play after Argentina scored their third goal by reminding out that the same thing happened with one of France’s goals as well. The successful have now been given the opportunity to voice their opinions in the form of a rebuttal petition.

Reply To World Cup Rematch Petition

The “France stop crying” petition was started by a fan named Valentin Gomez, according to Goal. Over 65,000 people had signed the change.org petition within just a few hours.

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“Ever since we won the World Cup final, the French have not stopped crying, complaining and not accepting that Argentina is world champion,” Gomez wrote. “This petition aims for the French to stop crying and accept that Messi is the best player in history and has Mbappe as his son.”

Mbappe finished the World Cup as the tournament’s leading scorer with eight goals thanks in large part to his hat trick, which included two penalty kicks. However, Messi was honoured as the tournament’s most valuable player after tallying seven goals.

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Messi Did Is With A Penalty Kick

Messi opened the scoring for Argentina in the World Cup championship game with a penalty kick, and he added a second goal in extra time. Some France fans, particularly those who believed Ousmane Dembele should not have been penalised for his challenge on Angel Di Maria, brought up the decision to give the penalty kick as an example of a questionable call.

Before halftime, Di Maria doubled the lead, but Mbappe scored twice in a span of two minutes to send the game into overtime. There were only a few minutes left in extra time when the PSG star scored his hat trick, thanks to a handball from Gonzalo Montiel, but the Argentine defender got his own back by hitting the game-winning penalty kick in the shootout.

Now that the dust has settled, Messi and Mbappe are set to reunite as PSG club teammates. The Ligue 1 leaders return to action on December 28 against Strasbourg, and in the new year, they will face Bayern Munich in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

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