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France surrenders its title to Argentina after an anthology match
It's a crazy match that will go down in football history.
The France team ceded its title of world champion to Argentina's Leo Messi on Sunday evening, after a particularly breathless meeting.
Long beside their subject and logically led 2-0, Didier Deschamps' men finally turned on the light in two minutes at the very end of the game thanks to a double from Kylian Mbappé.
If the extensions also gave birth to a scenario without common measure, and two new goals, the Blues then lost everything during the penalty shootout (3-3, 4 tab to 2).
Despite a very good course, they will therefore return to France this Monday without a third star.
For this, they will leave Doha at 1.30 p.m. by a specially chartered Air France plane for an arrival at 6 p.m. at Roissy airport.
Emmanuel Macron with the soldiers of the aircraft carrier "Charles de Gaulle"
Emmanuel Macron, present on Sunday in the stands in Qatar to attend the World Cup final, will not return directly to France.
The Head of State will indeed join this Monday the aircraft carrier "Charles de Gaulle", off the coast of Egypt, for the traditional Christmas party with the troops.
He will take the opportunity to express this Monday evening in front of the sailors his “confidence and his support” for the armed forces.
The president will then sleep on board before joining Jordan on Tuesday for a regional conference.
Shooting in suburban Toronto leaves five dead
Violence with firearms once again mourns the American continent.
Five people were killed and another injured Sunday in a shooting in the suburbs of Toronto, in eastern Canada.
The suspect is also believed to have died after gun battles with law enforcement, local police chief Jim MacSween said.
He further clarified that the shooting took place in an apartment building.
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