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When Argentina Wins The World Cup 2022

Check out this news banner in different parts of the world as they celebrate the winner of the recently concluded match in Qatar. When Argentina wins the World Cup 2022, the world will declare that they have fulfilled their destiny. There is a lot of poetic writing in the Argentine press, which shows how the journalists feel after waiting 36 years to see the top of the world again.

Author:Daniel Clark
Reviewer:Gabriel Martinez
Dec 20, 2022
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Check out this news banner in different parts of the world as they celebrate the winner of the recently concluded match in Qatar. When Argentina wins the World Cup 2022, the world will declare that they have fulfilled their destiny. There is a lot of poetic writing in the Argentine press, which shows how the journalists feel after waiting 36 years to see the top of the world again.
In the newspaper known as Pagina 12, Jose Luis Lanao wrote, "Today is spring again. Intense, fragrant, challenging. Joy founds its homeland," and described Argentina's flag as "sky blue and white like a cherry blossom lit by the open sky." He mentions that the country is "the world champion in soccerand joy."
He also mentioned that Argentina's accomplishments make everyone happy. A joy that spreads, shakes the soul to its core, and makes life flow like water. Pagina 12 is a newspaper that began in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on May 25, 1987.
In another news outlet, Clarin, journalist Juan Cruz reminds readers that "footballis made of roses and thorns. Messi, at 34 years old, is the world champion, a trophy that he was destined for before he was even born."
Alberto Fernandez, the president of Argentina, expressed gratitude to the team on Twitter by saying, "Always together, always united." He is surely the happiest person now because of this remarkable event that happened before the year ended. On the other hand, Gabriel Boric, Fernandez's Chilean counterpart, said, "a giant embrace to our Argentine brothers," adding: "Your happiness crosses the mountains."

Argentina

Clarin Publication features Leo Messi and her teammates screaming in the crowds
Clarin Publication features Leo Messi and her teammates screaming in the crowds
The Argentine newspaper Clarin has a two-word headline that means "Thank you Messi" in English. In the news banner, you can see a big crowd and Leo Messi holding the winning trophy with pride. Some of the menin the picture took pictures, which they will surely share on their social media accounts to show how happy they are with the results.
Clarin is the most popular newspaper in Argentina and the second most popular in the Spanish-speaking world. It was started by Roberto Noble in 1945, and the Clarin Group is the company that puts it out. Ernestina Herrera de Noble, the wife of the founder, ran it for a long time.

France

Soccer players of France wearing blue colored suit
Soccer players of France wearing blue colored suit
"Proud of our Bleus," says the French newspaper Le Parisien. The image above depicts the color of the uniform used by France during the World Cup. Le Parisien is a daily French newspaper that covers international, national, and local news in Paris and its environs.
It is owned by LVMH Mot Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE or LVMH. On the other hand, the regional daily La Voix du Nord says: "Thank you anyway."

United Kingdom

Leo Messi is lifted by his teammate while showing the golden trophy
Leo Messi is lifted by his teammate while showing the golden trophy
There are only three words in the Daily Telegraph news banner: "Miraculous. Magical. Messi." You can see in the photo above, Leo Messi is lifted by his teammate while showing the golden trophy. The Daily Telegraph is a national British daily broadsheet newspaper that is distributed throughout the United Kingdom and globally.
The British national daily broadsheet newspaper was published in London by Telegraph Media Group and syndicated abroad. Arthur B. Sleigh established The Daily Telegraph & Courier in 1855.
Moreover, The Independent keeps things short and sweet as well: "The greatest player. The greatest final. The greatest prize." Lastly, on both sides of the final, the Daily Mail talks about pain and joy in the World Cup of 2022.

Spain

After Argentina won the World Cup in Qatar, Leo Messi kissed the trophy
After Argentina won the World Cup in Qatar, Leo Messi kissed the trophy
Spanish tabloid Mundo Deportivo celebrates Messi as "the best in history." In the photo above, you'll see how Messi appreciates his team's effort. He kisses the winning trophy!
Mundo Deportivo, which translates as "Sports World," is a Spanish national daily sports newspaper published in Barcelona. Mundo Deportivo first appeared on February 1, 1906. It is Spain's oldest sports journal still in print.
Another publication in Spain known as El Pais made a headline on the front page that read, "Messi's Argentina is crowned after a memorable final."

Brazil

Leo Messi grabs winning trophy and behind him is the crowd that is leaving in the arena
Leo Messi grabs winning trophy and behind him is the crowd that is leaving in the arena
"Messi deserves it, and people have to put up with that," says the Brazilian newspaper Extra. Extra is a Brazilian newspaper based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Infoglobo started the newspaper in April 1998, and it quickly became one of the most popular in the Rio de Janeiro area.

The United States

Screenshot of the "The New York Times" newspaper showing Argentina Soccer team in the uppermost left corner
Screenshot of the "The New York Times" newspaper showing Argentina Soccer team in the uppermost left corner
The front page of the New York Times talks about "Messi magic," which is a way of praising Leo Messi for being so good at improvising. He can often make chances for himself and his teammates out of nothing, and he is the most creative player on the field. Because of this skill, he has been in some of the most famous soccermoments and scored some of the most amazing goals.
The New York Times is an American daily newspaper based in New York City, with a worldwide circulation of 840,000 paid print subscribers and 6 million paid digital subscribers in 2020. It also produces popular podcasts like The Daily.

Final Thoughts

When Argentina's footballteam won the World Cup, there was a huge burst of joy. More than a million fans gathered in Buenos Aires to celebrate the country's first World Cup win since 1986. There was a gathering of fans at the city's obelisk, where pictures of the playerswere shown on the internet.
As night fell, more and more people crowded onto the streets to show their respect for the players. Many people said that the victory made them happy at a time when money was tight.
Fans had been gathering since early in the day to watch the game, and the capital felt like a party. Kudos to the Argentina soccer team!
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Daniel Clark is an experienced author at Tennessee Independent, renowned for delivering insightful articles with a professional approach. With a focus on factual accuracy and authoritative insights, Daniel covers a wide range of topics, providing valuable information and engaging narratives. His expertise in areas such as performance, player profiles, and current events ensures that readers receive trustworthy and informative content. Daniel's commitment to delivering well-researched articles makes him a reliable source for expert perspectives on Tennessee Independent.
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Gabriel Martinez

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Gabriel Martinez is a respected author at Tennessee Independent, renowned for his expertise in covering News and Sports topics. With a comprehensive understanding of current events and a knack for delivering accurate and engaging content, Gabriel provides readers with insightful analysis and compelling narratives. His dedication to factual accuracy and commitment to delivering authoritative content make him a trusted source for news and sports enthusiasts on Tennessee Independent.
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