EA Sports Predict Argentina to Win It All

EA Sports Predict Argentina to Win It All

The division of Electronic Arts that develops and publishes sports video games, EA Sports have been known to release game series such as FIFA, NHL, NBA Live and Madden NFL for years and enjoy successes in these departments; It makes many to be fascinated about the launch of their newer versions of game every year. Every four years, the gaming provider will use the simulation mode of its FIFA game series to predict the winner for the FIFA World Cup weeks before the tournament begins, and they are pretty accurate in this regard.

EA Sports have used its FIFA game to accurately predict the eventual winner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup that was held in South Africa, Spain, they went on to make simulation for the next two editions, the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where their predictions of Germany and France had also emerged as respective winning nations in the reality scene. Hence, knowing how realistic the game is designed to address football and gaming fans, the “Indicator” has also recently forecast the champion in Qatar later this year.

Argentina, Kings of Football

As the 2022 FIFA World Cup looms, the EA Sports FIFA 23 game performed a simulation based on player ratings and team chemistry about the celebrated sporting event and has predicted Argentina to bring home its third World Cup trophy, after being triumphant in 1978 and 1986. This means that one of the greatest players of all time, Lionel Messi has led La Albiceleste to team glory and added the last major crown that is missing from his comprehensive trophy cabinet.

Argentina had to overcome strong oppositions from European teams such as Denmark in the last 16, the Netherlands led by Memphis Depay in the quarterfinal and defending champions in the semifinal before beating their South American rival Brazil that is led by Messi’s PSG teammate, Neymar in the final. Ronaldo’s Portugal will fall against Brazil on penalties in the other semifinal and lost to France for the 3th and 4rd place battle. 

Messi to Be the Top Scorer of the Tournament

Apart from the team award, La Albiceleste’s captain Messi will win the golden boot award after scoring eight goals in seven matches. The second and third top scorers would be Memphis Depay from the Netherlands (Six goals in five matches) and Kylian Mbappe from France (Six goals in seven matches). Messi also made into the Team of the Tournament alongside four of his national teammates.

Do you think that Messi’s dream of lifting the World Cup trophy would turn into a reality this time around?

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