Argentina vs France head to head record the FIFA World Cup 2022 is about to reach its climax as Argentina is set to take on France in the summit clash on 18th December at the Lusail Stadium in Doha, Qatar. France became the latest to qualify for the final after a hard-fought contest against Morocco in the semi-finals, which eventually resulted in a 2–0 victory for Les Bleus. Theo Hernandez scored in the first half and Kolo Muani scored late in the second half.
Argentina and France have faced each other 12 times in history, with the former having a historical advantage over the latter, as they have won more matches.
Sunday’s World Cup final will mark the 13th time that France and Argentina have met in men’s international football.
France have won only three of their last 12 meetings, while Argentina have been victorious on six occasions.
Argentina is again ahead in terms of goals scored. In 12 matches so far, they have scored 15 goals while France have managed just 11 goals. Lionel Messi has come up against France three times in his career, and has scored just one goal against them in a friendly match in 2009.
How many matches Argentina beat France?
Results between Argentina and France
|1930||France 0-1 Argentina||World Cup|
|1965||France 0-0 Argentina||Friendly|
|1971||France 4-3 Argentina||Friendly|
|1971||France 0-2 Argentina||Friendly|
|1972||France 0-0 Argentina||Brazil Independence Cup|
|1974||France 0-1 Argentina||Friendly|
|1977||France 0-0 Argentina||Friendly|
|1978||France 1-2 Argentina||World Cup|
|1986||France 2-0 Argentina||Friendly|
|2007||France 0-1 Argentina||Friendly|
|2009||France 0-2 Argentina||Friendly|
|2018||France 4-3 Argentina||World Cup|
All full list of results in the past between France and Argentina.
Argentina were knocked out of the 2018 World Cup Round of 16 at the hands of eventual champions France and now Lionel Messi and co. Will be looking to exact revenge on the defending champions.
Argentina in home colors on Sunday.
In case you were wondering, Messi, Otamendi and co. They will wear their first-choice sky blue and white striped kit when they take on France on Sunday.
France squad for World Cup 2022
France have shrugged off the so-called World Cup winner’s curse of reaching the semi-finals for the second consecutive tournament, and will now be looking to secure back-to-back tournament victories – something that has not been achieved for 60 years.
France have maintained the same shape in all matches at the World Cup, operating in a 4–2–3–1 formation that fits all the attacking firepower that France has. The only exception was their final group game against Tunisia where Didier Deschamps opted to rest nine players as they had already qualified.
What is Argentina’s squad for the Qatar 2022 World Cup?
For the Qatar 2022 World Cup, Argentina and coach Lionel Scaloni called up the following players
Goalkeepers:- Dominik Livkovic, Ivica Ivucic and Ivo Grbic
Defenders:- Dejan Lovren, Domagoj Vida, Martin Erlik, Borna Barisic, Josip Juranovic, Borna Sosa, Josip Stanisic, Josco Guardiol, Josip Sutalo
Midfielders:- Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic, Marcelo Brozovic, Mario Pasalic, Nikola Vlasic, Lovro Major, Kristian Jakic and Luka Sucic
Forwards:- Ivan Perisic, Andrzej Kramaric, Bruno Petkovic, Mislav Orsic, Ante Budimir, Marko Livaja
What is the France squad for the 2022 Qatar World Cup?
For the 2022 Qatar World Cup, France and coach Didier Deschamps called up the following players
Goalkeepers:- Alfonso Areola, Hugo Lloris and Steve Mandanda
Defenders:- Lucas Hernandez, Theo Hernandez, Presnel Kimpembe, Ibrahima Konate, Jules Kunde, Benjamin Pavard, William Saliba, Dayot Upamecano, Raphael Varane
Midfielders:- Eduardo Camavinga, Youssef Fofana, Matteo Guendouzzi, Adrien Rabiot, Aurélien Toumeni and Jordan Vertout
Forwards:- Karim Benzema (injured), Kingsley Coman, Ousmane Dembele, Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappe, Randall Kolo Muani, Marcus Thuram
Who has the most goals in Fifa World cup 2022?
Kylian Mbappe of France and Lionel Messi of Argentina scored five goals each in the race for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Golden Boot. The all-time record is held by Germany’s Miroslav Klose, who scored 16 goals in four World Cups.