Récords, presencias y goleadores en los Mundiales

At the conclusion of 3-3, an extraordinary finale of Qatar 2022, Argentina emerged as the victor, securing their third world championship title in its history, 36 years after their triumph in Mexico ’86, after prevailing over France with a score of 4-2 in the penalty shootout.

At the 23rd minute of the first half, the star Lionel Messi scored the first goal from a penalty, and at the 32nd minute of the same period, Angel Di María, another one of the great figures, extended the lead.

After Messi scored the 3-2 at 109 minutes, in a colossal one-on-one between the two global football celebrities, an unstoppable Kylian Mbappé forced extra time with a brace at 35 and 36 minutes of the second half and tied it at 117, in the second extra period. Afterwards.

Emiliano Martínez halted Kingsley Coman’s attempt while Aurélien Tchouaméni failed to convert his penalty, leading to Argentina successfully converting all four of their shots (Lionel Messi, Paulo Dybala, Leandro Paredes, and Gonzalo Montiel) in the shootout.

Brazil (5), Italy and Germany, who together have 4, have solidified themselves as the fourth most successful country in the FIFA World Cup after Argentina, the champion of ’78 and ’86. France ended up with 2.

The “Scaloneta” has already accumulated three titles by conquering the previous edition of the Copa America and breaking a two-decade-long streak of consecrations by South American teams.

These are the figures that the 22 World Cups have produced since 1930 until the one that concluded in Qatar.

  • Miroslav Klose (Germany): 16 goals.
  • Ronaldo (Brazil): 15 goals.
  • Gerd Mueller (Germany): 14 goals.
  • Just Fontaine (France) and Lionel Messi (Argentina): 13 goals.Output: Just Fontaine (France) and Lionel Messi (Argentina): 13 goals.
  • Pelé (Brazil) and Kylian Mbappé (France): 12 goals.
  • Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany) and Sandor Kocsis (Hungary): 11 goals.
  • Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina), Teófilo Cubillas (Perú), Gary Lineker (England), Grzegorz Lato (Poland), Helmut Rahn (Germany), and Thomas Mueller (Germany): 10 goals.
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    Miroslav Klose salió campeón en Brasil 2014 y es el máximo goleador de los Mundiales

    Máximos goleadores argentinos en los Mundiales

  • Lionel Messi (2006 to 2022): 13 goals.
  • Gabriel Batistuta (1994, 1998,2002): 10 goals.
  • Guillermo Stábile (1930): 8 goals.
  • Diego Maradona (1982 to 1994): 8 goals.
  • Mario Kempes (1974-1982): 6 goals.
  • Gonzalo Higuaín (2010 and 2014): 5 goals.
  • There have been a total of eight players who have scored goals for the national team in World Cup tournaments. These players are Oreste Corbatta, René Houseman, Leopoldo Luque, Jorge Valdano, Claudio Caniggia, Hernán Crespo, Carlo Tévez, and Julián Alvarez.
  • Jugadores con más participaciones

  • 5 World Cup appearances: Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018, and 2022), Andrés Guardado (Mexico, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018, and 2022), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018, and 2022), Lionel Messi (Argentina, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018, and 2022), Gianluigi Buffon (Italy, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, and 2014), Rafael Márquez (Mexico, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018), Lothar Matthaus (Germany, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, and 1998), Antonio Carbajal (Mexico, 1950
  • Jugadores con más partidos

  • Lionel Messi (Argentina): 26 matches.
  • Lothar Matthaeus (Germany): 25 matches.
  • Miroslav Klose (Germany): 24 matches.
  • Paolo Maldini (Italy): 23 matches.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal): 22 matches.
  • Diego Maradona (Argentina), Uwe Seeler (Germany), and Wladyslaw Zmuda (Poland): 21 matches.
  • Cafú (Brazil), Grzegorz Lato (Poland), Philipp Lahm (Germany), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany). JAVIER MASCHERANO (Argentina) and Hugo Lloris (France): 20 matches.
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    Las miradas puestas en el mejor jugador del mundo: Lionel Messi

    Títulos

  • Brazil: 5 championships (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002).
  • Germany: 4 titles (1954, 1974, 1990, and 2014).
  • Italy: 4 titles (1934, 1938, 1982, and 2006).
  • Argentina: 3 championships (1978, 1986, and 2022).
  • France: 2 championships (1998 and 2018).
  • Uruguay: 2 championships (1930 and 1950).
  • England: 1 championship (1966).
  • Spain: 1 championship (2010).
  • Entrenadores argentinos en los Mundiales

  • Uruguay 1930: Francisco Olazar.
  • Italy 1934: Filipp Pascucci.
  • Sweden 1958: Guillermo Stábile.
  • Chile 1962: Juan Carlos “Toto” Lorenzo.
  • England 1966: Juan Carlos “Toto” Lorenzo.
  • Alemania 1974: Vladislao Cap.Output: Germany 1974: Vladislao Cap.
  • Argentina 1978: César Luis Menotti was the manager.
  • Spain 1982: César Luis Menotti.
  • Mexico 1986: Carlos Salvador Bilardo.
  • Italy 1990: Carlos Salvador Bilardo.
  • United States 1994: Alfio Basile.
  • France 1998: Daniel Passarella.
  • Korea/Japan 2002: Marcelo Bielsa.
  • Germany 2006: José Pekerman.
  • South Africa 2010: Diego Maradona.
  • Brazil 2014: Alejandro Sabella.
  • Russia 2018: Jorge Sampaoli.
  • Qatar 2022: Lionel Scaloni
  • In France 1938, Brazil 1950, Switzerland 1954, and Mexico 1970, Argentina did not participate.

    Entrenadores argentinos campeones del mundo

  • César Luis Menotti: Argentina 1978.
  • Carlos Salvador Bilardo: Mexico 1986.
  • Lionel Scaloni: Qatar 2022 World Cup.
  • Detalles de la finales mundialistas jugadas por Argentina

  • Uruguay 1930: Argentina 2 vs. Uruguay 4 (Carlos Peucelle and Guillermo Stábile).
  • Argentina 1978: Argentina 3 vs. Netherlands 1 (Mario Kempes x2 and Daniel Bertoni).
  • México 1986: Argentina 3 vs. Germany 2 (José Luis Brown, Jorge Valdano, and Jorge Burruchaga).
  • Italy 1990: Argentina 0 vs. Germany 1.
  • Brazil 2014: Argentina 0 vs. Germany 1.
  • Qatar 2022: Argentina 3 (4) vs. France 3 (2) (Lionel Messi x2 and Angel Di María).
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    Con Lionel Scaloni en el banco de suplentes, la Selección Argentina ganó 39 de 57 partidos

    Participaciones en Mundiales