Vatican Says No 'Two Popes' for FIFA World Cup 2014 Final

Updated: 10 July 2014 18:12 IST

Pope Francis - who is a native of Argentina - is expected to watch the FIFA World Cup final but it is unlikely that he would be joined by his predecessor - Benedict XVI who is a German.

Vatican Says No 'Two Popes' for FIFA World Cup 2014 Final
An Argentina fan bearing a mask of Argentinian Pope Francis cheers during the semi-final football match between Netherlands and Argentina. © AFP

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Topics : Argentina Germany FIFA World Cup 2014 Football
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