Messi accepts like he was knocked out by Saudi Arabia but ready for a comeback

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Lionel Messi Argentine Star Get also drunk with fists from defeat Saudi Arabia Unexpectedly. But encourages blue and white football. There are still two games left to restore faith in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Lionel Messi, the captain of the Argentine national team. Admitted that the blue and white army looked like he was knocked down by a punch in the center of the stage. But did not give up Ready to stand up and fight in the next match. After having to be defeated Saudi Arabia Go in a 1-2 twist in the first match of the Group C group stage of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. On Tuesday, November 22, the past UFABET

Messi accepts like he was knocked out by Saudi Arabia but ready for a comeback

The 35-year-old star, who played for the last time in this global tournament. Not a very good start. Although it was the penalty shoot-out that gave the team the lead from the 10th minute. But was hit by the oil millionaire 2 goals in the second half from Saleh Al-Shehri in the 49th minute and Salem Al-Doza. The 53rd minute was a world-shocking defeat for Argentinians since the start.

“It was like being hit or punched very hard. It’s a painful defeat. But we have to keep believing in ourselves, Messi said after the game. We will try to beat Mexico in the next game It’s a team with good players. They move the ball well and push the ball, we deal with that. But we’re in a hurry. There is no excuse, we are more united than ever. The group is strong and it shows.”

The 7-time Ballon d’Or winner continued: We have to go back to the basics of who we are. We have to think about what will happen next. We have to come back. There are still two games left to restore hope. Which he and his teammates must do. We need to go back and fix the mistake as soon as possible.

For Lionel Scaloni’s team had to lose a great record, losing the first game in three years. They still have two games left in the 2022 World Cup group stage , facing Mexico on Saturday, November 26, followed by Poland on Wednesday, November 31, which will absolutely not be missed. If you don’t want to fall in the first round unexpectedly