Throughout the match between Argentina and France, he tweeted videos to his huge 122 million twitter followers, Many people were happy to point out the obvious joke.
For those who missed it, Musk recently took a stand against 'doxxing', a controversial practice on Twitter. Sharing the real-time location of individuals could be considered a security risk.
Several prominent journalists, including @ElonJet, were banned by him. It was ironic that he posted his exact location at the final on Twitter.
Musk may not suspend his own account if he gives away his precise location in real time, but we may see him stepping down as Twitter's CEO.
In October, after buying the social network, the billionaire took on the job and posted a poll on his feed asking if he should quit.
According to Monday's final results, 57.5% of the 17,502,391 voters supported Musk's resignation.
There were 42.5% who voted 'No' on the poll that closed at 11.20 am today, so the win wasn't by a huge margin.
While he did not give details on when he would resign if the vote did not go in his favor, it's unclear if the billionaire will follow through on the results of the poll.
In the past too, Musk has made big decisions based on Twitter polls.
After 51.8% of users voted 'Yes' in Musk's Twitter poll asking if the former president should be reinstated, Donald Trump's Twitter account was reinstated last month.