Messi’s Argentina dealt a major blow in the Qatar Football World Cup opener

Lionel Messi’s Argentina was dealt a key upset Tuesday later losing 2-1 to underdogs Saudi Arabia in their first match at the 2022 Football World Cup finals in Qatar. The South Americans grabbed the lead when Messi netted a penalty kick in the 10th minute. Argentina had been granted the possibility following a Video Assisted Referee (VAR) analysis, a similar tool that would show lethal as three other scorings were rejected through the similar apparatus, which in the end gave the Asians the accidental to score through Saleh Al Sheri and Salem Al Dawsari three and 8 minutes into another half.

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Hence, Argentina’s successful streak stood at 36 games, one short of Roberto Mancini’s Italy record of 37. In the other Group C match Tuesday, Mexico’s keeper Memo Ochoa was the Man of the Match by saving a penalty kick from Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski for a goalless draw with Poland. Although he is considered one of the best strikers in the world, Lewandowski is yet to score a goal at the Football World Cup and the UEFA Super Cup.

Even though Saudi Arabia decreed a public holiday to have a good time Tuesday’s success, Brazilians also celebrated the loss of their arch-rivals by dress jerseys lesson “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” and with repeated postings on social media admitting their second-favorite Football World Cup comfort was seeing Messi’s squad lose. “There are three things that bring pleasure to any Brazilian: 1. Barbecue 2. Holidays 3. Argentine crying,” one supporter wrote. The Argentine flag was also redesigned changing the sun in the center with a yellow “sobbing” emoji.

Does SCHADENFREUDE mean ‘Argentina got screwed’ in German?” wrote extra social media wit. Argentina’s loss may have been a big ‘zebra,’ (upset) but sadly for us, better not to even remember our highest shame, right? “Tweeted another Brazilian who is still powerless to shake off the memories of his national squad’s 7-1 loss to Germany in 2014.

In Buenos Aires, a local supporter commented that if Saudi Arabia was enjoying a holiday Wednesday for their squad’s success, Argentina could to have a” banking holiday “next Monday if” La Scaloneta “is removed during the weekend after they clash with Mexico Saturday because the administration of President Alberto Fernandez would have no pleasure with which to cover the plight of thousands of Argentines who are enduring inflation near 100% with earnings nowhere near matching the price increases.

Football also made the news Tuesday after the English highest league club Manchester United announced it was parting ways with Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, who admitted it was” the right time to seek an innovative challenge.” Ronaldo’s departure seemed inevitable after some comments he made during a meeting that was detrimental to Manchester United. Portugal will start their Football World Cup campaign against Ghana Thursday.

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Two changes in the starting team Journalist says Argentina will change the playing XI for the next match and the squad is united behind Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi and Argentina keep on focusing on qualifying for the Round of 16 of the Football World Cup despite the misery of a loss to Saudi Arabia in their opening match. Argentina grabbed the field for the initial time at the 2022 Football World Cup in Qatar on Tuesday (November 22). They went into their game against Saudi Arabia looking to build on their 36-match top-ranking run.

However, La Albiceleste were in for a shock as the Green Falcons earned a demoralizing 2-1 success over them. The success was so huge that Saudi Arabia declared a public holiday on Wednesday (November 23). Meanwhile, Argentina will view to bounce back from the setback when they face Mexico in their second group-phase match on Saturday (November 26). Despite the upset, they are absorbed in getting back to winning ways in their following match, according to reporter Gaston Edul.

Edul has demanded that Lionel Messi and Co. have already put their dissatisfaction with losing to Saudi Arabia behind them. The reporter also stated that Lionel Scaloni will make at minimum 2 changes to the squad that missing on Tuesday when they face Mexico. He wrote on Twitter. The Argentine National Squad trains. Turned the page. The team is united behind Leo Messi’s message. There will be at minimum 2 changes in the opening squad. Surely there might be some additional. Focused [on qualifying] for the Round of 16.”

Today leftovers to be seen who among those who started against the Saudis will be let fall from the line-up on Saturday. Cristian Romero and Alejandro Gomez were two players who seek on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Mexico will go into the match on the back of a 0-0 draw against Poland in their Football World Cup opener. Both squads will thus be watching for their opening success of the tournament.

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Hirving Lozano: Goal-shy Mexico looks for the flying winger to provide World Cup edge

As Mexico head to the Football World Cup shy of goals and with a team ravaged by wounds, a great deal of attacking duty rests on the shoulders of winger Hirving Lozano. He directed Mexican supporters into a frenzy when his goal helped the line-up stun holders Germany at the 2018 Football World Cup in Russia and followers will be hopeful ‘Chucky’ is at the top of his powers when they play in Qatar.

While the Napoli winger has been in progress in eight out of 15 competitions for the Serie A side this period and bagged only three goals, he has the pace and ability to unlock the tightest of defenses. Capable of playing on either flank and through the center, the versatile Lozano will be a much-required source of firepower for Mexico’s frontline, which could be without the wounded duo of Raul Jimenez and Jesus ‘Tecatito’ Corona at the Football World Cup.

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With 16 goals and 11 assists in 59 international arrivals, Lozano is a vital cog in Mexico’s attack, boasting all the attributes of a classic inverted winger. The 27-year-old missed some competitions for Mexico this year with a shoulder wound but will draw assurance from his performance in their 1-0 friendly success over Peru in September when he over an eight-match drought with a late winner. Apart from the goals and originality Lozano offers, the winger could also be an unforeseen leader for coach Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino’s side.

“Next so some years in Europe, obviously it makes a footballer progress in all systems,” Martino said broadcaster TUDN. “It’s clear that he is evolving, not one in the soccer portion but also in the professional chunk and in the human part.” Lozano will expectation for additional playing time with Napoli before creating the journey to Qatar in order to give Mexico their best accidental of getting out of Group C, which also contains Argentina, Poland, and Saudi Arabia.

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