There's a new petition asking France to 'stop crying' after World Cup final defeat, over 200k people have signed
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A brutal petition has been created in response to a France fan asking FIFA to replay the World Cup final.
Over 200,000 disgruntled fans have signed a petition demanding FIFA to run back last Sunday's showpiece event between Argentina and France.
The petition states that the award of Argentina's penalty in the first half was unfair while claiming Kylian Mbappe was fouled in the build-up to Angel Di Maria's goal.
The France vs. Argentina replay petition reads: "The arbitration was totally sold, there was never a penalty + fault on MBAPPE on the 2nd goal!!!
"Sign and share en masse for the match to be replayed!"
Well, an Argentina supporter has returned fire by creating their own petition and it's ruthless.
A petition titled 'France Stop Crying' has been created on change.org and has nearly 250,000 signatures.
The description mercilessly takes aim at Mbappe and requests the French to stop crying over the World Cup final heartache.
It reads: "Since we won the World Cup final, the French have not stopped crying, complaining and do not accept that Argentina is the world champion.
"This request is for the French to stop crying and accept that Messi is the best in the history of football and has Mbappe as his son."
It comes after Noel Le Graet, president of the French FA, contacted the Argentinean FA over Emiliano Martinez's taunting of Mbappe.
Bruno Le Maire, the French minister of the Economy, Finance and Recovery, also wants FIFA to step in and investigate the goalkeeper's behaviour.
The Aston Villa man has taken aim at the Paris-Saint-Germain forward since his national team's penalty shootout victory.
He staged a 'moment's of silence' in the dressing room after the win and was spotted carrying a doll with the player's face taped to it during the World Cup parade in Buenos Aires.
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