Simeone says Argentina look lost, questions Messi in leaked audio

Simeone says Argentina look lost, questions Messi in leaked audio

ESPN's team of reporters in Russian Federation have messages for birthday boy Lionel Messi as he faces elimination. Fabregas wanted to let people know that Ronaldo's goals have come via situations that are easier to score from.

With one final group game to go, against Nigeria, Argentina have to secure victory with the hope that Iceland would lose, draw or win (by a lesser margin) to pave way for Messi and his team to the last 16 of FIFA World Cup 2018.

Febregas made comments he wrote in a column for BBC Sport, also discussing Argentina's struggles and praising Messi.

That's exactly what those at Moscow's Altufyevo Confectionery thought when it realised Lionel Messi would be spending his 31st birthday in the city on Sunday.

"The team is all wrong, but it is Argentina and I believe that it will happen", Simeone said.

"So it is has been really hard for him".

Messi - who finished as a runner-up in Brazil four years ago - was in high spirits in training today, but opened up on just how much the World Cup means to him.

But Fabregas points out that all of his strikes have come from either a set-piece, a penalty or a mistake.

On June 20, when Federation Internationale de Football Association match was going on with Portugal Morocco in the World Cup, Georgia was also present at the stadium and was cheering up to her lover Ronaldo.

Earlier this week, self-styled prophet Tommy Yisa Aika said that the Super Eagles lost their opening match to Croatia because God was punishing them for hiring a white coach, Gernot Rohr.

Messi, who celebrated his 31st birthday on Sunday, is now preparing to face Nigeria in the vital Group D clash on Tuesday.

Aika said his crack congregation was on standby and ready for action, "so that what has been destroyed can be readjusted to grant the Super Eagles divine favour all through the tournament".

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