If Brazil Set A Record In The First Game, Argentina Will Break It In The Second Game: Lionel Scoloni’s boys have activated their World Cup chances by beating Mexico 2-0 in the decisive match of the World Cup. Argentina surged ahead with victory in Group C when even a draw would have hampered their chances.
The goals scored by the superstar Lionel Messi and the young player Enzo Fernandez gave Argentina the victory.
Argentina, who entered the field with the belief that it was life or death, was to be held by Mexico in the first half. But in the 64th minute of the match, when the goal was scored from Messi’s foot, Lucille Stadium was excited. In the 87th minute, Enzo scored the second goal, and Lucille was excited.
88,966 people came together to cheer for Argentina. Lucille Stadium was the most attended match in this World Cup.
The attendance tonight at Lusail Stadium for #ARGMEX was the highest in men’s @FIFAWorldCup history, since the 1994 Final (94,194).@Argentina | @miseleccionmx pic.twitter.com/d4Mo5NdKI3
— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) November 26, 2022
Earlier there was a record attendance for the Brazil-Serbia match. 88,103 people came to the stadium to watch the Canaries play.
The audience reached the stadium in the Brazil-Serbia match, surpassing the record of the live audience in the previous Saudi Arabia-Argentina match. 88,012 people watched the Saudi-Argentina match at the stadium.
The Argentina-Mexico match is the largest live crowd not only in this World Cup, but in the last 28 years.
The 1994 World Cup final saw the highest attendance at the stadium. 94,194 people came to the Rose Bowl Stadium in California to watch the final match between Brazil and Italy.
The match ended in a goalless draw between the two teams in regular and extra time, and the winners were decided through a penalty shootout. Brazil won the World Cup by defeating the Azzurri with a score of 3-2. Romario, Branco, and Dunga scored for Brazil.
At the same time, Argentina found the first goal through Messi in the 64th minute. The ball received from the right wing of the ground was easily scored by Messi from outside the box. This is Messi’s second goal in this World Cup.
21-year-old Enzo Fernandez’s goal was to be added to Messi’s goal. Fernandez shot the ball to the post at a speed that Mexico’s legendary goalkeeper Ochaoco could not even touch.
Argentina kept their pre-quarter chances alive by winning the crucial match. Argentina, who needed a win to avoid elimination, is currently three points behind Poland along with Saudi Arabia.
Argentina’s next match is against Poland on December 1. Argentina can play the pre quarters if they win the match.