Argentina beat the Mexican National Team 2-0 with goals from Lionel Messi and Enzo Fernández. But Messi’s goal had a particularity and another record for the star from Rosario to his personal account. The PSG star managed to match the mark of eight goals in 21 games that Diego Armando Maradona had in world cups.
The information was released by the famous Mister Chip through his Twitter account. In this way Messi not only scores his second goal of the championship but also shakes off the defeat against Saudi Arabia and equals the historical legend of Fiorito.
Messi’s goal against Mexico
At minute 64 when the game seemed to be blocked for Argentina, Lionel Messi received a pass through the center that he defined perfectly from outside the area and leaving Argentina without chances. Guillermo Ochoa. In this way, the PSG star responded to those who accuse him of not appearing at the important moments of the game.
Messi already equals the World Cup mark of Diego Armando Maradona and goes for moresince Argentina won a match that was a final and now they will have to play another against Robert Lewandowski’s Poland Team, which won 2-0 against Saudi Arabia early in the morning and currently leads the group.
All Lionel Messi
Messi took over the game against Mexico in the second half and in addition to the goal, he gave Enzo Fernández the pass for the second score at minute 87 and thus the Albiceleste placed final figures on the scoreboard and added their first three points of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Now Argentina will close the group facing Poland where they must win to qualify without depending on third parties or tie depending on what happens in the other game and it would no longer be a matter of themselves.
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