Argentina captain, Lionel Messi, has insisted he will not retire from international football after winning the 2022 World Cup.
The 35-year-old was widely expected to confirm that the game would be his last for his country.
But Messi made it clear that he would continue to represent the national team.
Messi told TyC Sports: “No, I’m not going to retire from the national team.
“I want to continue playing as a World Cup champion in an Argentina shirt.”
The Paris Saint-Germain star scored twice as the final finished 3-3 after 120 minutes.
Two quick goals from Paris Saint-Germain teammate Kylian Mbappe forced extra time, with both players scoring once before the match was decided in a penalty shootout.
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