U2 Delays Show So Argentina Fans Can Watch World Cup Qualifier
13 Октября 2017, 07:38 | Henrietta Morgan
It was Luis Suarez who got the vital equaliser for the Catalan side at Wanda Metropolitano
Soccer-mad Argentina is on tenterhooks as the team, and arguably the world's best player Lionel Messi faces a must-win match against Ecuador in Quito to qualify for next year's World Cup finals in Russian Federation.
"It would have been insane if Argentina had missed out on the World Cup", Messi told reporters after the match.
The twice World Cup winners finished third in the 10-team South American group, going through with Brazil, Uruguay and Colombia as the automatic qualifiers, while Peru grabbed a playoff place against Oceania champions New Zealand at the expense of Chile. "We know that we can get better". "Argentina took a step forward, and in time we can be competitive", he added.
Mascherano started Tuesday's 3-1 South American qualifying victory in Ecuador that guaranteed Argentina a place at next year's finals in Russian Federation.
When U2 finally came on stage, they kicked off a giant party after Messi scored a hat-trick in getting the qualification job done for his country.
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