Italy and Argentina, on the rise


Italy and Argentina, two teams in the growing state, will measure up to Auckland’s Eden Park this Monday at 18:00 (local time). The rest of the teams in group G are in the updated classification at the time of the matches, and the Italians are in third position.

The Azzurri have a team of players who play in the Italian league. Absolutely everyone except Giulia Dragoni, who has been playing for Barça since January 31. The main players signed are from Juventus, Roma, and other teams from the Italian 1st division.

This World Cup will be the last Stephanie Baninito retire from football, like Rapinoewhen this season ends. They are not the only ones, as the Dutch Stef Van Der Gragt will also hang up his boots after the World Cup.

Italy’s squad for the World Cup has the most important treasure: the youth and talent of Dragoni, the former AS Roma footballer who ended up making history at the club’s La Masia.

Germán Portanova’s Argentina will be playing in the tournament for the fourth time, and will be looking for the first victory in its history at a World Cup. His dream is to qualify for the round of 16. Despite being in the most balanced group and therefore also the toughest, AFA has confidence in the team.

“Argentina, let’s make history” claims the television spot before the debut that the organization has created and that is narrated by the legendary player Vanina Correa.

Germán Portanova is clear about how he wants Argentina to play. He pointed out that France 2019, the selection, started the games behind, waiting for the attacks of the rivals.

Instead, they will now look to play their own way, where they have managed to become the 3rd best team in America. They will come out to press aggressively, with some automatism, coming out with the ball at their feet.

Source: La Verdad


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