Doha: After 62 matches at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, the two finalists have been confirmed as Argentina get set to face defending champions France in the showpiece event at Lusail Stadium on Sunday.
A Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina had few problems in brushing aside Croatia 3-0 on Tuesday before an early goal for the holders set them on their way to a hard-fought 2-0 win over Morocco on Wednesday.
The-AFC.com highlights some of the stats and facts that stood out.
Doha: The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has reached its final weekend as Argentina and France get set to face off for the title on Sunday while Croatia and Morocco battle it out for third place a day earlier.
There was a mixture of emotions for those involved in the semi-final clashes with elation for the Argentines and the French and heartbreak for the Croatians and the Moroccans.
And those feelings are reflected as the-AFC.com delves into the social media accounts of those involved.
Lusail: Argentina head coach Lionel Scaloni admitted it was difficult not to get carried away after his side beat Croatia in Tuesday's FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 semi-final, but called on his side to quickly gather their focus for the final.
Captain Lionel Messi scored a penalty and then set up two goals for Manchester City striker Julian Alvarez as Argentina won 3-0 at the Lusail Stadium to advance to Sunday's final against either holders France or Morocco.