After France's loss to Argentina on Sunday, Kylian Mbappe has pledged to lead France back to the World Cup final. Argentina won the tournament on Sunday.

Although Mbappe became just the second player in the history of the World Cup final to accomplish a hat trick, France and Mbappe ultimately lost in a penalty shootout against Argentina, putting an end to their hopes of defending the title they won in 2018. Mbappe, who went on to win the tournament's Golden Boot, has subsequently spoken with his followers on Instagram via the medium of a brief post.

Mbappe told his admirers in an Instagram post, "We'll be back."

The striker for Paris Saint-Germain has moved up to sixth place on the list of all-time goals scored in World Cup competition. He is tied with the legendary Brazilian player Pele on 12 goals, and he has accomplished this accomplishment in the same amount of games as Pele, which is 14.

Mbappe's club colleague Lionel Messi and fellow Frenchman Just Fontaine are now ranked higher than him in the rankings with 13 points each. The 13 goals that Fontaine scored for Les Bleus in their six tournament games in 1958 make him the event's all-time leading scorer. After Gerd Muller comes Brazilian Ronaldo, who is now in the second position with a score of 15. Miroslav Klose, a German forward, is now in first place after scoring 16 goals in 24 games played between the years 2002 and 2014.