- Argentina meet France in World Cup decider
- Scaloni says players should already be proud
- Urged them to enjoy themselves
WHAT HAPPENED? Argentina are looking to secure their first World Cup title since 1986 when they take on France in the final in Qatar on Sunday. Scaloni's team will have to dethrone the current world champions to make their dream come true, but the coach insists they should be happy regardless of the outcome.
WHAT THEY SAID: "I'm already getting emotional, because they have given everything sincerely," he said. "Let's hope we win the title tomorrow and if can't be, they should be proud, because the truth is that it is a moment to enjoy."
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Sunday's final will be Lionel Messi's last chance to lift the crown in his career. The Paris Saint-Germain attacker has said he will put an end to his international career after the competition.
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WHAT NEXT FOR ARGENTINA? Scaloni will hope to lead his team to success against Kylian Mbappe and Co. in Qatar on Sunday.