Argentine star Lionel Messi Happy to play 1000th game of professional career. He then scored a goal that led Argentina to beat Australia 2-1 and progress to the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup.
Argentina captain Lionel Messi has admitted he is happy to guide his home country to the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup on his 1,000th career appearance. Just after Blue White defeated Australia in a fun way 2-1 on Saturday, December 3rd. Go through and collide with the Netherlands national team on Friday, December 9th.
In the round of 16, the 35-year-old striker scored his first World Cup knockout goal for himself. After blowing the team out before the 35th minute, then Julian Alvarez in the 57th minute came to shoot the second goal before the Kangaroo Shin came to score the goal from Enzo Fe ‘s own goal. Fernandez in the 77th minute, but not able to chase La Albiceleste advance to the semi-finals
After the game, Paris Saint-Germain spearheaded . Who has played 169 matches for the national team, Barcelona 778 matches and PSG, the current agency 53 matches, a total of 1,000 matches, just came out and said with joy “Today I know that it is the 1000th match of I am in this moment I enjoy what we are going through. and happy to take the next step Got to the quarterfinals We are going to have a very difficult game against the Netherlands , they want to beat us. At this point the UFABET World Cup is starting to get even more difficult.”
The owner of the Man of the Match award in this game and received the 8th match of the tournament. Which is superior to all football traders, also said that his team should actually beat Australia decisively because they can control the whole game But after the competitors scored a shallow shot from a ricochet shot make our goalkeeper work hard But in the end we were able to qualify. which is important
After being eliminated in the last 16 at the hands of the former champion France four years ago at Russia , Argentina took another step forward in Qatar this year and Lionel Scaloni’s side held on to hopes of winning their first World Cup since 1986. Next, meeting with the Orange Knight, they must prepare as best as possible.