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(Video) Goal!!: Watch Di Maria finishes off sensational Argentina move to double the lead against France in World Cup final

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(Video) Goal!!: Watch Di Maria finishes off sensational Argentina move to double the lead against France in World Cup final

After just 36 minutes in Qatar, Di Maria made it 2-0 for Argentina versus France in the World Cup final. After taking the lead thanks to a Lionel Messi penalty, Lionel Scaloni’s team established control of the contest with a well-executed team goal.

Alexis MacAllister was released by Messi and Julian Alvarez working together.

After Di Maria’s goal, France had a steep hill to climb. Didier Deschamps, the manager of Les Bleus, replied by making two substitutions just before halftime.

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The manager substituted Marcus Thuram and Randal Kolo Muani for Ousmane Dembele and Olivier Giroud.

Argentina is attempting to win the World Cup for a third time, while France is attempting to win back-to-back championships for the first time in 60 years.

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(Video) Liverpool teammates can’t believe what Mo Salah just did in training

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(Video) Liverpool teammates can’t believe what Mo Salah just did in training

Mo Salah’s form has been a little patchy of late amid ongoing difficulties across the board for Liverpool on the pitch.

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However, if a single shooting exercise during practice is any indication, it’s possible that the Egyptian King will soon be back to his terrifyingly effective best in front of goal as we press for a top-four push.

When the forward grabbed a lofted ball on the volley and placed his effort in the top-right corner, his teammates cheered in admiration.

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(VIDEO) 1-0 Watch: Marcus Rasford dribble past Nottingham Forest defence to give Man United the lead

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(VIDEO) 1-0 Watch: Marcus Rasford dribble past Nottingham Forest defence to give Man United the lead

Rashford gives Ten Hag’s side the perfect start as Casemiro finds him inside his half, but in behind Aurier.

He gets the ball, drives down the left and skips by Worrall and Freuler before rifling in a strike at the near post with his left once in the box.

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(VIDEO) Watch: Arsenal Vs Manchester United 3-2 All Goals & Extended Highlights

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Eddie Nketiah bagged an injury-time winner to send Arsenal five points clear at the top of the Premier League table as the gunners secured a stunning 3-2 win over Manchester United.

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Nketiah netted twice, either side of a Bukayo Saka stunner, while Marcus Rashford netted a wonderful solo goal of his own before Lisandro Martinez equalised for the visitors in the second half.

Mike Arteta’s side came out the blocks quickest in the opening 15 minutes with United hardly having a touch of the ball in their opponent’s final third, but it was the visitors who soon took the lead against the run of play with a moment of magic from Rashford.

Having picked up the ball in the middle of the pitch, he nutmegged Thomas Partey before dribbling forward and unleashing a fierce low-shot from 20 yards that flew past Aaron Ramsdale.

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But Arsenal are a team that don’t roll over anymore and that fighting spirit was clear for all to see as Nketiah had them level just seven minutes later.

Some neat team build-up play led to Granit Xhaka putting in a delightful cross to the back post where Nketiah headed home unmarked from close range with right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka caught napping.

Saka had tormented England teammate Luke Shaw all match and on 53 minutes he cut inside his man and drilled a stunning shot into De Gea’s far post right into the bottom left corner to put them in front.

United weren’t letting the league leaders take three points without putting up a fight of their own though, as Martinez reacted quickest to head home from a corner that Ramsdale flapped at.

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Nketiah provided an instinctive finish to poke the ball past De Gea from Odegaard’s goal-bound effort and spark a frenzy inside the Emirates Stadium.

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(Video) Goal! – Watch Eddie Nketiah scores a  dramatic late winner for Arsenal against Man United

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Eddie Nketiah scored a dramatic late winner for Arsenal against Manchester United in a crucial game in the title race.

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Arsenal and Manchester United were involved in one of the best games of the weekend, if not the season. The two teams went at it for 90 minutes, but towards the end of the game Arsenal were pushing for a winner, with United sitting deeper.

In the end, their pressure paid off as Nketiah poked home to score the winner for Arsenal

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(Video) Goal!!- Watch Bukayo Saka gives Arsenal the lead with long-range stunner

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(Video) Goal!!- Watch Bukayo Saka gives Arsenal the lead with long-range stunner

Early in the second half, Bukayo Saka’s long-range wonder goal gave Arsenal the advantage.

Marcus Rashford’s long-range goal gave Manchester United the lead in the first half, but Eddie Nketiah immediately tied the score.

Saka, on the other hand, scored an identical goal to Rashford early in the second half by cutting in and hitting an amazing shot past David De Gea to give Arsenal the lead for the first time in the match.

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