Argentina's Cristian Romero and France's forward Kylian Mbappe in action during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Final match between Argentina and France at Lusail Stadium on December 18, 2022 in Lusail City, Qatar.

Watch: Argentina players troll Mbappe with savage minutes silence

Argentina took a moment out of their World Cup-winning celebrations to perform a ‘minutes silence’ for France’s Kylian Mbappe and we’re all here for such elite-level shithousery.

Mbappe scored just the second World Cup final hat-trick on Sunday – England’s Sir Geoff Hurst bagged the first in 1966 – but still suffered a heartbreaking defeat to Argentina at the Lusail Stadium in Doha.

Argentina took a commanding 2-0 lead thanks to early goals from Lionel Messi and Angel Di Maria, but Mbappe’s late brace turned the match on its head and sent the 2022 final into extra time.

Mbappe scored again in extra time but only after Messi had restored Argentina’s lead with his seventh goal of the tournament, meaning penalties were required to crown the new world champions.

PSG forward Mbappe stepped up to slot a third penalty of the game past Martinez, but team-mates Kingsley Coman and Aurelien Tchouameni were unable to convert their own spot-kicks as France surrendered their crown at the very last.

Argentinian celebrations were ecstatic and they continued in the dressing room with a moment that puts the shithousery from the likes of Italy, Netherlands, Portugal and Uruguay to shame.

In a video shared on social media, Martinez is seen asking his team-mates for a ‘minute’s silence’ for Mbappe before the players continue to revel in their first World Cup triumph since 1986.

Martinez, who joined Aston Villa from Arsenal in 2020, collected the Golden Glove award for the best goalkeeper in the Qatar World Cup, while Mbappe won the Golden Boot after finishing the tournament with eight goals.

“We suffered a lot,” Martinez said after Argentina won their third World Cup. “We thought we were in control but they managed to come back.

“It was a very complicated game. Our destiny was to suffer. They had one last chance to win [when he saved Randal Kolo Muani’s late shot], luckily I was able to stop it with my foot.

“This is a moment I’ve always dreamed of living, I have no words for it. I left very young for England and I would like to dedicate this victory to my family.”

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