THE biggest names in football have arrived at the Lusail Stadium in Doha to witness today’s historic World Cup final.
Reigning champions France take on Argentina this evening as both teams battle to claim a third World Cup title.
A host of A-list superstars are in attendance for the historic clash, including legends from Italy, Brazil and France.
Brazil legends Roberto Carlos and Cafu were spotted having a catch-up in the stands before the game.
And although Italy didn’t make it to the World Cup, Azzurri icons Marco Materazzi and Francesco Totti travelled to Qatar for the occasion.
The Italian duo were later joined by Portugal Icon and Ballon d’Or winner Luis Figo.
Paul Pogba, who was part of the France squad that won the 2018 World Cup final against Croatia, also took to the stands ahead of the game.
The midfielder was ruled out of the tournament in October after sustaining a thigh injury.
He was joined by former Manchester United teammate and Sweden legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Despite being Sweden’s all-time leading goalscorer, Ibrahimovic never managed to score in a World Cup.
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But, with 121 international appearances to his name, the striker has certainly earned the right to be named among the legends of international footbalL.
Argentina icon Lionel Messi will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest World Cup stars of all time if he leads his team to victory this evening.
The winger has already confirmed that today’s match against France will be his final World Cup match, so lifting the iconic Jules Rimet trophy will mark a perfect end to his international career.
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