ARGENTINA have been fantastic throughout the World Cup in Qatar so far.
Lionel Messi and Co are 2-0 up against France in the final, with the little magician scoring the opener from the penalty spot.
Angel Di Maria doubled the lead soon after.
If the game finishes in an Argentina win, they'll be partying all through the night.
And the one song they might be singing is the one they bellowed after their win over Croatia in the semi-finals.
The song features a line which references England's role in the Falklands War.
What are the lyrics to Argentina's Falklands War song?
A video emerged of Argentina players singing it earlier this week following their win over Croatia.
The song has also skyrocketed to the top of Spotify in Argentina.
The full chant is: "Brazilian, what happened, the five-time champions screwed up. Messi went to Rio and he left with the cup.
"We are the Argentine band and we will always cheer them on, because we have the dream of being the world champion.
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"I'm like that, I am Argentinian, f***ing English in the Falklands, I don't forget. I'm like that, I encourage you, I follow Argentina everywhere."
Argentina also have another chant which references England, though they haven't sung it at the World Cup.
The lyrics for that song are: "We chased the English everywhere, the Germans are afraid to cross us, oh Brazilian, you don't know what awaits you when you come to play La Bombonera.
"For the colours of my country I give my life, as the soldiers did in the Falklands, when I die I don't want any flowers, I want a cloth that has these colours."
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