Elon Musk He has just published a tweet where he has made it known that France’s goal, which of the three is not specified, has set a world record on the social platform: 24,400 tweets per second.
And it is that the tycoon attended the final of the 2022 Soccer World Cup that was played today, Sunday, December 18, at the Lusail stadium, in Qatar, and although the owner of Tesla celebrated the goals of Argentinahad time to make known this new milestone of his social network:
A World Cup final that marked history for Lionel Messi and Twitter
There is no doubt that the World Cup final between Argentina Y France It was one of the highest grossing in the entire history of this championship. She even broke records in Twitter after the great drama at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar. Mbappé’s goals created one of the most memorable moments in World Cup final history.
Argentina kept the trophy after the goals in the first half of Lionel Messi Y angel di maria. France failed to measure up for the first 80 minutes of the match before coming to life. kylian mbappe he scored a penalty goal and 97 seconds later his superb effort tied the game.
It was difficult to put into words what happened on the field, but it seems many tried. When these goals came in, people posted about them on Twitter. The owner of the social media platform revealed in the final that it was the most talked about moment of the World Cup on the website. Musk revealed how much Mbappé was talked about at the time.
How was the penalty shootout between Argentina and France?
After starring in some heart-stopping 90 minutes, in which Argentina dominated for most of the match both in the result and in the game, reaching 80 minutes with a 2-0 score, the French national team equalized in just two minutes and forced to stretch the definition in the supplementary.
And it was time for the shots from the twelve steps. There, the first person in charge of executing was kylian mbappe. The Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) star, as in regulation time, scored again by shooting at the right post of the ‘I drew’ that again, as in the first execution of the Frenchman, he touched the ball with his gloves.
Then came Lionel Messi, who, as against the Netherlands, subtly placed the ball to the right post and left no options for Hugo Lloris.
The first ruling of the night was about to arrive, or rather the long-awaited performance by Emiliano Martínez. the archer of astonville he stretched as far as he could towards his right post and the ball ended up smashing into his chest to the euphoric cry of more than 40 million Argentines around the world.
The final respite was to be given in the third round, when Aurélien Tchouameni, the midfielder of the Real Madridmissed his shot and Leandro Paredes got yours right. The former PSG had to convert to force their rivals to score or say goodbye to the title they had won four years ago.
Finally, Randal Kolo Muani could convert, but Gonzalo Montiel he was in charge of putting an end to the Argentine suffering and giving him, after 36 years, the world title.