Argentina and Croatia met in the semi-finals of the World Cup, which was held in Qatar. Argentina became the first finalist by defeating their opponent 3-0. Tango players will face the winner of the final match between Morocco and France.
The first World Cup semi-final match was played between Argentina and Croatia. Although Croatia played more with the ball in the first half, Argentina scored the goals.
Lionel Messi scored the first goal in the 34th minute from a penalty kick, while the second goal came through Julian Alvarez in the 39th minute. The first half of the match was completed with this score.
Croatia, who had 62 percent possession of the ball in the first half, were unable to take a shot on target in the 45-minute section.
Croatia, which caused a big upset by eliminating Brazil, one of the favorites to win the Cup, could not be effective in the second half of the match against Argentina.
Julian Alvarez, who entered the penalty area in the 69th minute and turned Lionel Messi’s pass into a goal, made it 3-0.
Argentina, which saw only two accurate shots on its own net, became the first finalists after this match.
The team that won the France-Morocco match in the second semi-final match will face Argentina for the cup in the final.
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