England fans loved Gary Neville's tweet about Kylian Mbappe during France 4-3 Argentina

What a game France and Argentina contested in Kazan.

The tie between the two nations was billed to be one of the best ties of the last-16, and it did not disappoint.

Momentum switched multiple times throughout the matchup, but it was France who eventually progressed to the quarter-finals of the World Cup.

Les Blues emerged 4-2 victors, and one the reasons for it was Kylian Mbappe.

The Frenchman was absolutely sensational as he won a penalty for his side, before scoring twice to lead them them to victory.

His performance attracted a lot of reaction on Twitter, with many in awe of his talents.

Piers Morgan was one name who praised him, writing: “How can a 19-year-old be worth £166 million? This is how. #Mbappe is living up to the hype & pricetag. #FRAvARG”

This provoked Gary Neville into replying, and he sent a superb tweet.

A lot has been said about Gareth Southgate’s team selection against Belgium.

With qualification already secured he made eight changes, deciding to rest key stars such as Harry Kane.

England eventually lost the game 1-0, leading to concerns that England had lost their ‘momentum’ in the tournament after winning their opening two games.

This caused debate among England fans, with Neville and Morgan arguing about it earlier on Saturday.

Neville backed Southgate, while Morgan criticised him for the changes.

Morgan was worried that England had lost their momentum after the defeat.

But Neville truly ended the argument when speaking about Mbappe; who was also rested for France’s last group game against Denmark.

He wrote: “After being rested v Denmark as well. He lost all his momentum!”



There’s only one winner in that argument: and it’s Neville.

Not only did it silence Morgan, it also silenced any one that has been critical of Southgate for his team selection against Belgium.

The England players who were rested against Belgium will be looking to further disprove Morgan in their matchup against Colombia on Tuesday…

England fans absolutely loved Neville’s tweet.

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