Despite Kylian Mbappé scoring three goals in the World Cup final, and scoring his penalty during the penalty shootout, it was a loss for France.
It was only the second time in WC history that a player scored a hat-trick in the WC final.
The first time was in 1966, when Geoff Hurst scored three of England's goals in a 4–2 win over West Germany.
Became the tuning's top scorer
Mbappé did not do interviews after the match, but on Monday he posted a post on Twitter.
There he published a picture of him wearing the award he received as the top scorer of the tournament, right next to the World Cup trophy.
"We'll be back," writes Mbappé, with a French flag and two hands in a grateful gesture after the message.
Highlights from the 2022 World Cup final
Lionel Messi is celebrated by the fans after the gold
Martinez unlikely save with seconds left
See the penalty decision that decided the WC final
Watch fans' wild celebrations in Buenos Aires
Kylian Mbappé is comforted by the French president
Mbappé equalizes in the 118th minute
Messi makes it 3-2 to Argentina in extra time
Mbappé equalizes for France with a class finish
Mbappé reduces from the penalty spot
Angel di Maria makes it 2-0 after a fabulous strike
Messi gives Argentina the lead in the World Cup final
Buenos Aires mad jubilation after Messi's goal
Argentina threaten - Mac Allister with heavy shot
Buenos Aires in euphoria during the national anthem
Zlatan in place at the WC final
Strange celebrations when Emiliano Martinez was chosen as the World Cup's best goalkeeper
Here, the Argentines celebrate after the win - SVT's correspondent on site in Buenos Aires
Nannskog: "Now it's Messi - is the best of all time"
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Mbappé receives the award as the WC's top scorer