France's Benjamin Pavard ripped a shot that blazed into the back of the net to tie the match vs. Argentina in the World Cup.
- France's Benjamin Pavard buried a screamer off a well-placed cross to tie the match with Argentina.
- It was Pavard's first international goal.
- The entire sports world was blown away by the shot.
French defender Benjamin Pavard scored the goal of his life on Saturday vs. Argentina in the World Cup.
With a surprise 2-1 deficit to Argentina, Pavard received the ball on a well-placed cross and ripped the ball into the back of the net to tie the match.
The spin and speed of the ball alone made it one of the goals of the World Cup.
—FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 30, 2018
It was the first international goal for Pavard, who was somewhat of a surprise to make the roster.
The entire sports world reacted in surprise to Pavard's screamer.
—Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) June 30, 2018
—Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) June 30, 2018
—91ockner (@AndyGlockner) June 30, 2018
—7™ (@KirvinMoesquit) June 30, 2018
—Katie Nolan (@katienolan) June 30, 2018