After qualifying, the person who wants to ruin Messi’s dream in Qatar 2022

The Argentina world cup dream

The Argentina world cup dream

Argentina national football team, Albiceleste has been one of the most successful team in the world cup. Two World Cups were won by Argentina: in 1978 and 1986. Three times, in 1930, 1990, and 2014, Argentina finished second. Argentina won 48 games in 84 matches throughout 18 World Cup competitions. 

The team appeared in all but four of the World Cups, placing third in terms of appearances only after Brazil and Germany. Additionally, Argentina has shared the most Copa América victories (15) with Uruguay. Argentina won the gold medal at the 2004 and 2008 Olympic football tournaments as well as the Confederations Cup. 

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As the team prepares to win another world cup in Qatar, the name Lionel Messi makes headlines in national dailies in Argentina. The two time Argentina have won the trophy, it was the era of two great players, Mario Kempes and Diego Maradona. Many pundits and fans have raised questions about Messi winning the world cup with the team.

As the debate continues, one man is plotting the downfall of Messi and wants to halt the world cupo dream of Argentina.Argentina will next play Australia in the round of 16 in  Qatar. With victories over Tunisia and Denmark, Australia has already made significant progress to reach the round of 16, but Arnold hopes this is just the beginning of their adventure.

The man plotting Messi downfall

Socceroos coach, Graham Arnold has said that it is a dream come true to face the mesmerizing Messi, while also urging his players to stun the Argentine. Both nations have met seven times, with Argentina bossing the head to head record with five wins while Australia has one victory over the Albiceleste. Argentina is still unbeaten against Australia in the world cup.

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