Although he believes Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi have been the two standout players of the World Cup thus far. England’s Jack Grealish has backed Brazil to win the tournament. France is the only team to have accrued six points after two group-stage matches. Which have been play by 24 of the 32 competing teams. Les Bleus have defeated Australia and Denmark in their quest to become the first country to defend their World Cup title. Since Brazil did so six decades ago, with Mbappe scoring three goals in the process.
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The 23-year-old is already well on his way to becoming a France legend; with 31 goals for his country, Mbappe is just 20 goals behind Olivier Giroud and Jack Grealish Thierry Henry, who are tie for the most goals score by the country with 51 each.
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After being defeated 2-1 by a team outside the top 50 in the world in their opening match against Saudi Arabia. Messi’s Argentina actually suffered a humiliating loss, but they rebounded to defeat Mexico 2-0 and maintain their tournament hopes. The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner scored the game-winning goal with one of his signature strokes of brilliance. He rifled home from Jack Grealish close Jack Grealish range with a sweetly struck left-footed effort that nestled into the bottom corner and erupted into hysteria among the visiting Argentine fans.
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The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner scored the game-winning goal with one of his signature strokes of brilliance. He rifled home from close range with a sweetly struck left-footed effort that nestled into the bottom corner and erupted into hysteria among the visiting Argentine fans.
After winning their first match 2-0 against Serbia, the Selecao Jack Grealish will face Switzerland on Monday afternoon. With the chance to match France’s points total from the first two games.
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