April 25, 2024

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Scaloni, Storm Pilot | Page 12

Scaloni, Storm Pilot |  Page 12

Unexpected defeats in the opening match against Saudi Arabia and in the first 60 minutes of the game against Mexico have given Argentina a stormy look, planting the idea of ​​a dark and uncertain future with clouds, lightning and thunder. Eyes are back on coach Lionel Scaloni, who has yet to find a way out against Gerardo Martino’s men, who have not found an answer to Arabia’s tactical approach devised by former French footballer Herve Renard. .

With the prospects of the national team grim, the national team coach puts on a storm pilot suit and tries to rescue the team from the impending crisis. Scaloni was calm and had the coolness that required leaders to move the right levers and make the right decisions. His good reading of the contingency lifted Enzo Fernandez’s return – 2-0 down, Julián Alvarez and Nahuel Molina allowed the team to rebuild, engage and commit, as Messi saved with his left foot. Can overcome the situation and open the game of course.

Being a stormtrooper is not easy. Getting out of danger requires courage, determination, bravery and above all attitude. Above all, an approach that always exudes balance. Lionel Messi, who celebrated his goal in front of the Argentina fans 1-0, clearly expected it after the game against the Arabs: “Really? I’m dead. It’s a very hard blow. “We didn’t expect to start like that. Things always happen for a reason. We must prepare for what is to come. We must win. We’re going to be closer than ever. This team is strong and we have shown it. It is.” Today showed that the national team is ready to fight and, like Scaloni, the storms are not threatening them.

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