Argentina and France face off in Sunday’s World Cup final, with both looking to lift the coveted trophy for the third time.
We asked you to pick a combined XI from both teams – and that’s the one you picked.
It won’t surprise you that Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe were the two most-chosen players, with the latter edging out his Paris St-Germain team-mate after being selected in more than 97.5% of squads, while Messi made 97 .2%.
They are joined in a top three by Manchester City’s Argentinian striker Julian Alvarez (49%), ahead of Frenchman Olivier Giroud (35%).
Aston Villa’s Argentinian goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez (58%) beat Hugo Lloris (41%) to win the gloves but is joined by only one team-mate – Manchester United’s Lisandro Martinez (38%) – in the defensive unit. The centre-back comes in despite having started just two games in the tournament.
He is joined by Jules Kounde, Raphaël Varane and Théo Hernandez, with the impressive Antoine Griezmann, Aurélien Tchouameni and Enzo Fernandez in midfield.
You can still choose your team below, but it’s too late for them to count towards the final selection.