USA Loaded reports that Drake, known for his frequent jinxes on sporting teams, staked $ 1 million on Argentina to beat France in Sunday’s World Cup final.
As Lionel Messi face off against France in what is his last attempt to finally achieve World Cup glory, the Canadian rapper is backing Argentina to be victorious at Lusail Stadium.
After the match today, ARGENTINA WON THE WORLD CUP!!!!!! which means that Drake have won a whopping $2.7 million on sport bet.
2022 World Cup makes it thrice World Cup been decided on penalties
Final world cup match between Argentina and France makes it thrice World Cup has been decided on penalties.
The first time was in 1994 when Brazil beat Italy.
The second time was in 2006 when Italy beat France – that was 12 years later after Brazil beat Italy.
Argentina vs France: Di Maria scores 2nd Goal and started Crying – Watch VIDEO
Angel Di Maria is showing for Argentina precisely what Juventus expected when they signed him, winning a penalty and then scoring a fantastic team goal in the World Cup Final against France before bursting into tears.
It was a sensational move started from midfield, Lionel Messi’s flick on sending Alexis Mac Allister through and he rolled it across for Di Maria to finish it off at the back post.
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The occasion overtook Fideo, who burst into tears during the goal celebrations.
It had put Argentina 2-0 up after just 37 minutes, because Di Maria also won the penalty converted by Lionel Messi when brought down by Ousmane Dembele.
Di Maria had started all three group games in Qatar, but made just one eight-minute appearance in the knockouts due to a muscular problem.
He recovered in time to start the Final and quickly became the star man.
The Juventus player also made history as the first man to score in the Final of the Olympic Games, the Copa America and the World Cup.
UNREAL team goal 🤤
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) December 18, 2022
Angel Di Maria was in tears after scoring in the World Cup final 💙
It means everything. pic.twitter.com/x7O6ZkVMbw
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) December 18, 2022