Lionel Messi Makes Demand To Argentina After Beating Mexico
Following Saturday night's 2-0 World Cup victory over Mexico, Argentina captain Lionel Messi urged the Albicelestes not to give up just yet.
Prior to their upcoming Group C match against Poland on Wednesday, Messi also wants his Argentine teammates to avoid future mistakes.
At the Lusail Stadium, the forward for Paris Saint-Germain scored in Argentina's victory over Mexico.
“We cannot give up now. We have all the finals to play, we cannot make mistakes,” Messi said at his post-match press conference.
“We knew that the response to the people would be like this, I think we complied, we have been together for a long time.
“I think that at times, especially in the second-half [against Mexico], we went back to being what we are. Now, against Poland, we’ll try to continue in this way.”
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