Paris Saint Germain teammates Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé are set for a showdown as France and Argentina will face each other on Sunday in the World Cup 2022 final.
The French defeated a plucky Moroccan team 2-1 in Wednesday's semifinal.
The two stars also are in contention for this year's Golden Boot — the award for the player who scores the most goals in the tournament. Both have scored five goals so far.
Right behind them are France's Olivier Giroud and Argentina's Julián Álvarez, who have four goals in the tournament.
However, while Messi dazzled his way into the final with a goal and an assist in the semifinal against Croatia, Mbappé did not display the same striker magic during the match against Morocco.
For most of the match, it felt like this semifinal was being played in Rabat or Casablanca rather than Al Khor, such was the support for Morocco.
Moroccan players were cheered like heroes every time they touched the ball, while their French counterparts were booed and whistled.
Morocco came close to scoring on several occasions but bowed out of the semifinal without a goal.
The Moroccans will face Croatia in the third-place match Saturday.