During Lionel Messi’s first match for Argentina in the World Cup final against France, his wife Antonela Roccuzzo beamed with joy from the stands.
The 35-year-old opened the deadlock at Lusail Stadium in the 23rd minute from a penalty.
Angel Di Maria has been ruled for being fouled by Ousmane Dembele with Messi making no mistakes from 12 yards out.
He sent Hugo Lloris the wrong way by slotting his kick into the bottom right corner.
And her partner Antonela was spotted euphorically as she celebrated her goal with friends and family.
Antonela has been a constant source of support for Messi in Qatar, with their three children all in the Gulf nation to cheer on their Paris Saint-Germain striker father.
Following the semi-final win over Croatia, Antonella was at a loss for words as she praised her beau on social media.
And in what will be his final World Cup game, Messi put on a show in the first half against France.
Argentina 2-0 France: Messi equalizes Pelé as Di Maria puts Albiceleste in dreamland
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His goal saw him make World Cup history by becoming the first man to score in every round, from the group stage to the final.
He also played more games at the World Cup  than any other footballer.
The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner also edged out Italian hero Paolo Maldini to become the player with the most World Cup minutes.
And in another incredible statistic, no player has been involved in more goals  than Messi since the 1966 World Cup.
The Barcelona legend has registered 12 goals and eight assists since making his tournament debut in 2006.
Things got even better for Argentina in the 36th minute when Di Maria doubled his score.
Messi started the move after playing Julian Alvarez with a slick flick, with the Manchester City striker then finding Alexis Mac Allister.
The Brighton star then picked out the run from Di Maria, who brought the ball back into the bottom right corner with a first-timer.
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