Bollywood star Deepika Padukone revealed the FIFA World Cup prize on Sunday in advance of the last between Argentina as well as France at the Lusail Stadium in Doha.
Bollywood star Deepika Padukone unveiled the FIFA World Mug trophy on Sunday in advance of the final between Argentina and also France at the Lusail Stadium in Doha. She was gone along with by former Spain goalkeeper and also captain Iker Casillas. Deepika, that was selected brand ambassador of the luxury brand Louis Vuitton in May, 2022, introduced the prize that will be given out to the winner of the final.
Both France and Argentina are seeking to win their third Wolrd Mug title respectively.
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The trophy was brought to the ground in a case, which was brought by Casillas. The instance weighs 6.175 kgs and is made from 18-carat gold and malachite. It is made to secure and also move the FIFA World Mug trophy.
Argentina took control of the last with some assaulting football in advance and then took the lead in the 23rd min as Lionel Messi converted from the penalty spot after Angel Di Maria was reduced inside the box.
Di Maria himself struck in the 36th minute to increase Argentina’s lead.
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Last Updated: 18 December 2022