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Live Argentina vs Mexico Facebook And Twitter – World Cup 2022

After falling to Saudi Arabia 2-1 on November 22 at the Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail, Argentina’s encounter against Mexico on November 26 (12:30 IST) at the same venue in Group C of the 2022 FIFA World Cup will decide their fate. The Albiceleste, Argentina’s nickname for their team, did not have a blatantly superior side in their opening game against Saudi Arabia despite having a star-studded lineup.

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Even though Lionel Messi, the captain of Argentina, scored a goal in the opening 10 minutes and retained the ball in his team’s possession, the entire team was unable to prevent the Saudi Arabians from scoring two goals against it. Argentina is currently last in Group C, whereas Mexico’s most recent matchup with Poland concluded in a draw, giving Mexico a more comfortable position.

Live Argentina vs Mexico

Emiliano Martinez, the goalkeeper for the Albiceleste, has already said that the game against Mexico will be Argentina’s “first World Cup final,” warning that defeat would mean elimination from the competition.

Live Argentina vs Mexico Overview

Since losing to Brazil in the 2019 Copa America, the two-time FIFA World Cup champion has gone on a winning streak. The team is one of the favourites to win this world cup and has started a 36-game unbeaten streak that set a national record.

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Nevertheless, Argentina’s defeat at Lusail Stadium was their fourth in their past six World Cup games, and Messi’s team now sorely needs a victory to maintain their chances of winning the tournament. Mexico, on the other hand, had trouble scoring goals during World Cup games. This also applies to their scoreless stalemate with Poland in their first game. Argentina may also struggle to score against Mexico, as experienced goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa seemed satisfied with his form.

Live Argentina vs Mexico Date, Hour, And Place:

Argentina vs. Mexico game will begin at 12:30 AM on November 26. (November 27, IST).

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Live Argentina vs Mexico Head-To-Head

Argentina has a stellar record versus Mexico and, according to history, has always bounced back from setbacks stronger than before. With victories in 1930, 2006, and 2010, Argentina has a perfect record against other World Cup teams. Argentina prevailed by a score of 2-1 in the match from 2006, and by a 3-1 margin in the match from 2010. In order to maintain their chances of winning the world cup, Argentina would like to win this match 3-0 against their opponent.

However, as was already said, Mexico’s 37-year-old goalie Ochoa, who is playing in his first World Cup, has a reputation for not letting the goals go in.

Argentina vs Mexico Key Players

Argentina: Outside of Messi, Lautaro Martinez of Inter Milan is the player most mentioned for watching. Martinez nearly scored his first World Cup goal against Saudi Arabia but was twice denied. Angel di Maria, the top player for Juventus, is another player worth keeping an eye on.

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Mexico: Alexis Vega, an attacker for Mexico, had the most shots of any player while the team was facing Poland. He nonetheless earned recognition despite missing his aim. Additionally, Hirving Lozano might make life difficult for the Albiceleste team. Additionally, they have Ochoa, a legendary goalkeeper.

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Information About Live Argentina vs Mexico Streaming:

Argentina vs. Mexico game will be carried life on the Sports18 and Sports18 HD TV networks in India, and Jio Cinema’s app and website will both provide free live streaming of the action.

Last Opportunity for Messi’s Team?

If Mexico defeats La Albiceleste on Saturday, Argentina might take an early trip return to Buenos Aires. Such a loss would be embarrassing for the Argentinian team, a fan favourite that was once predicted to breeze through Group C.Saudi Arabia had previously lost to Argentina in their previous four meetings before this week’s stunning triumph by Qatar’s neighbour in the area. If his team can’t rally around him on Saturday, Messi, who has won every other major title he has competed for other than the World Cup, may never lift football’s most illustrious medal.

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