The president-elect of Brazil wished luck to the presidents of Argentina and France, teams that will compete in the cup of the most important soccer tournament.
The president-elect of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, wished luck on Thursday to the presidents of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez, and France, Emmanuel Macron, regarding the final in Qatar that both soccer teams will play next Sunday.
“Good luck on Sunday friends Alberto Fernandez and Emmanuel Macron”, was Lula’s post on Twitter that led to the exchange of messages.
Macron thanked Lula for his gesture and added: “Dear Alberto Fernandez, one of us will be luckier. We’ll see which one on Sunday.”
For his part, Fernandez commented: “Dear friend Emmanuel Macron, I have enormous affection for you and I wish you the best for the future. except for sunday. Argentina is my wonderful country, and it is Latin America! Let’s go the blue and white!”
Fernandez also responded to Lula and thanked him for his good wishes. “Latin American football was very well represented by Brazil, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico and Argentina. I sincerely wish the triumph of our National Team, which is giving us so much joy. If Argentina wins, Latin America wins!“.
Next Sunday the teams from Argentina and France will play the World Cup final in Qatar. The Argentines reach the decisive match after beating Croatia 3-0 in the semifinal and go hand in hand with soccer star Lionel Messi. For their part, the French will dispute the title after defeating Morocco 2-0 and with the star Kylian Mbappe as one of their top references.