Messi scores a strange goal and leads Argentina to victory over Uruguay – (video)

Buenos Aires: Argentina scored two goals within minutes of halftime, one of which in strange way of Lionel Messi, winning 3-0 over Uruguay in the World Cup qualifiers in South America last night. Messi opened the scoring eight minutes before half-time when he sent a 35-meter pass in area penalty that striker Nicholas Gonzalez failed to reach and passed goalkeeper Fernando Muslera in brings. Special camera concentrating on Messi and his people celebration after goal. photo.twitter.com / YbhvL0SROB – Everything Messi (@ EverythingLM1O) October 11, 2021 Six minutes later Lautaro Martinez missed an opportunity, but the ball went to Rodrigo de Paul to put it in net. Martinez compensated for this by scoring the third goal after De Paul’s low pass in the 17th minute of the second half. Argentina narrowed the gap to leaders Brazil to six points after that questlast was satisfied with the 0-0 against host Colombia. The top four places will qualify for the finals in Qatar, while the fifth place will enter the global qualifiers. Uruguay lost for the first time in eight games and dropped to fourth in qualifiers. Uruguay attacked and Luis Suarez missed three chances in the first half, including a ball that bounced off the post. Argentina’s performance improved and Giovanni Lo Celso missed a dangerous opportunity when he dribbled the goalkeeper but slowed down and hit the ball under the crossbar. After Argentina opened the scoring, they seemed well on their way to keeping theirs record unbeaten for the 24th consecutive game. Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani participated in the second half, but Argentina were the best part. Messi nearly scored a second goal and Muslera saved two chances from substitute Angel Di Maria. (Reuters)

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