the Argentine national team He gained 2-0 (partial 0-0) towards his counterpart Panamain a pleasant match as a part of the celebrations of the World Cup gained by the Albiceleste group in Qatar 2022, which was held on Thursday on the Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires.
In entrance of some 83,000 spectators, the three-time world champions celebrated their first sport as kings of the final World Cup on Argentine soil with a celebration, simply over three months after their penalty shootout victory over France in Lusail.
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The targets have been scored by Thiago Almada (77) and Lionel Messi (88) He thus reached 800 targets in his profession.
After 76 minutes in Argentina Almada attacked frequently together with his left foot after a free kick rebound hit the crossbar, and after some time. Messi He tried for the sixth time that evening with a forehand free kick that this time overcame the resistance of goalkeeper Guerra and entered the left nook.
Celebration of selection Argentina And he’ll proceed to win the World Cup title for the third time in its historical past subsequent Tuesday, with a pleasant match towards Curacao, which might be held in Santiago del Estero (North).
Argentina – Panama 2 – 0 (0-0)
stadium: Antonio Vespuccio Liberte (Buenos Aires)
to rule: Christian Ferreyra (URU)
Argentina: Almada (78), Messi (89)
PanamaGalvan (sixteenth), Fariña (62nd), Camargo (88th)
Argentina: Emiliano Martinez – Nicolas Tagliafico (Marcos Acuna 69′), Christian Romero, Nicolas Otamendi (Lisandro Martinez 46′), Nahuel Molina – Angel Di Maria (Paulo Dybala 60′), Rodrygo de Paul, Enzo Fernandez (Leandro Paredes 60′) (Thiago Almada 46′ ) – Lionel Messi (cap), Julian Alvarez (Lautaro Martinez 46). DT: Lionel Scaloni.
Panama: Jose Guerra – Ivan Anderson, Edgardo Fariña (Gilberto Hernandez 68′), Richard Peralta, Kevin Galvan (Michael Casazola 69′) – Jovani Ramos (cap), Irving Godinho (Martin Moran 67′), Christian Quintero (Victor Medina 46′) – Jose Murillo (Miguel Camargo 76), Alfredo Stephens, Ronaldo Cordoba (Omar Brown 46). DT: Thomas Christiansen.