The 2022 World Cup has officially come to an end with Argentina being crowned the winner of the match.
The world wide watched game saw Argentina winning 4 goals against France who manage 2 in the penalties.
Before the penalties, both the teams had a draw of 3 goals each.
The winning champions will receive a hefty Sh5.61 while the runners-up will get $30m (Sh3.70 billion).
In the first half, Argentina stars Leonel Messi and Angel Di Maria placed the South American side on lead with a score of 2-0
This was after Messi struck into the back of the net a penalty against France.
He scored the penalty at the 23rd minute.
In the second half, the French came prepared for the match, after Kolo Muani won them a penalty that was similar to the one awarded to Messi.
The penalty was converted by French striker Kylian Mbappe.
Mbappe also converted a second strike giving a lifeline to the French side, making it a draw.
Croatia, who finished third against Morocco on Saturday will be given $27m (Sh3.32 billion) while the Atlas Lions will grab up to $25m (Sh3.08 billion) prize for finishing fourth.
The four beaten quarter-finalists will all receive $17m (Sh2.09 billion) while $13m (Sh1.60 billion) is given to the eight teams that lost in the last 16.
The 16 other teams that were defeated in the group stages will equally receive Sh1.11 billion.