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The France-Argentina final at the editorial office


In the editorial offices too, our televisions were tuned to the final of the Football World Cup. (Re)Experience the match in immersion with our journalists!

"That's a football match," exclaims Julien Laloye, head of the sports department of 20 Minutes in the 118th minute.

Kylian Mbappé has just equalized and brings the score to 3-3 against Argentina in the final of the Football World Cup.

In writing, journalists are jubilant, while the penalty shootout has not yet started.

Yet an hour before, at half-time, the Blues are down 2-0 and our journalist does not lead wide: "We thought a lot of things about this final but not that we would be walked on anyway".

The chaotic performance of the France team in the first period augured a complicated end to the match.

It is finally a reversal of situation which occurred.

Until the final whistle, the outcome of the match remained uncertain.

In this podcast, (re)live this unpredictable final immersed in the editorial staff, with our journalists.

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