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Neither Higuaín nor Palacio, Messi reveals the culprit of the lost final in Brazil 2014

By Wilian Estrella

Neither Higuaín nor Palacio, Messi reveals the culprit of the lost final in Brazil 2014

The Albiceleste captain recalled the defeat against Germany at the Maracana.

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Lionel Messi is focused on what will be the 2022 Qatar World Cup, where the Argentine team starts as one of the main favorites to win the title. Now, the 'Flea' remembered what he experienced in Brazil 2014 and revealed the culprit of the lost final in the mythical Maracana.

It is clear that the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil, between Argentina and Germany, was a moment that Argentines will remember all their lives, as a not very pleasant game in which glory escaped them for a few minutes.

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Eight years ago, the current champion of the Copa América lost to Germany the final of the 2014 World Cup. Mario Götze was the author of the only goal of the commitment. In the memory of the Argentine fans there were two specific plays that could change the course of history, but Messi is clear who was the 'executioner' of the National Team in Brazil.

Gonzalo Higuaín and Rodrigo Palacio were singled out by the fans after the defeat against the Teutons. His plays could be decisive for Argentina to add its third World Cup. However, the top winner of the Ballon d'Or (7) is clear about who influenced the Albiceleste to fall in the grand final.

Who was to blame for Argentina's defeat in 2014?

Lionel Messi was interviewed by Sebastián Vignolo and referred to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. 'We had a spectacular group, but we came from a difficult moment in the 2011 Copa América, the group got stronger. We deserved to win the 2014 World Cup.” In addition, he recalled Manuel Neuer's penalty against 'Pipita' that was not called by Nicola Rizzoli, referee of that final. The Italian was able to change history in favor of Albiceleste.


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