This Mbappe goal was the most tweeted moment of FIFA World Cup 2018

Football’s rising star Kylian Mbappe once again cut his competition out but this time on Twitter. The goal which he scored in the final match against Croatia at the 65th minute of the game became the most loved moment of the FIFA World Cup on which Twitter went insane.  According to a media report when Mbappe scored the winning goal, fans got excited and shared their excitement on twitter which made #FRAvCRO flooded with reaction.

Fans of France expressed jittery for the Jules Rimet on Twitter, and they were 115 billion impressions or views on Twitter discussing that moment as data showed. We all know that Mbappe’s goal in the final stamped the winners of the 2018 world cup.  It has been 20 years when France named as the football champion after 1998, and that was the last world when France not only won it but hosted the FIFA World Cup. Football pundits called their form “Perfectly on time”. They haven’t shown the sign of becoming the champion from their first match in this edition, but after the group stage, France became one of the favourites to win the world cup. They beat Australia, Peru in the group stage and drew a match with Denmark. Later on, in the round of 16, they beat Argentina and Uruguay in the Quarter who were unbeaten before meeting France. French men also beat Belgium in the semifinal and lastly defeated Croatia by 4-2 in the Final.

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Football fans have been showing their excitement on Twitter from the kick off of the 2018 World cup. From Russia vs Saudi Arab to France vs Croatia in short total 64 matches played in the world cup and all have got record-breaking impressions from the fans, Twitter was all coloured with the passion and love for football by the fans throughout the world cup but the moment when Mbappe scored, became the most favorite among all.

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