VFB Stuttgart and French right back, Benjamin Pavard’s brilliant strike for France against Argentina has been voted as the best goal of the World Cup.
Pavard’s goal saw off stiff competition from Juan Quintero’s free kick against Japan to win the top prize.
Pavard levelled the round-of-16 game for France against Argentina with a sensational strike with the outside of his foot from distance, which the goalkeeper could only watch as it curled into the net.
France scored two more goals as they went on to defeat Argentina 4-3 on their way to winning the tournament.
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Quintero’s freekick under a jumping wall against Japan came second, while Luka Modric’s long-range goal for Croatia against Argentina in the group stage was voted into third place.
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