The Argentina players kept their World Cup celebrations going by mocking France with a ‘minutes silence’ chant.
The South American side claimed their third World Cup ever by beating France in the final back in December.
It was a momentous occasion for Argentina fans as they celebrated long into the night and well into the next week.
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But part of these celebrations included mocking their defeated opponents, in particular Kylian Mbappe with chants and even a doll with the Frenchman’s face taped to the front.
After last night’s win against Panama, they resumed these same celebrations as Argentina played in Buenos Aires for the first time since their victory.
After the game, Argentina’s players began to chant: “A minute’s silence for France… they are dead.”
Lionel Messi & co singing last night: “A minute of silence for… France, they are dead.” pic.twitter.com/NvVtscmp1X
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