World Cup: What Messi Said After Losing A Penalty In Today’s Game Against Poland

Argentina defeated Poland 2-0 on Wednesday night to secure a crucial victory in the group stage. Scaloni’s team put up an outstanding display, and the manager would be delighted with the outcome.

With their excellent play in the final third, Argentina got the game underway on the front foot. In the 38th minute, Lionel Messi had a chance to give Argentina the lead, but Polish goalkeeper Szczesny made a great save on his penalty.



With a beautiful low strike early in the first half, Mac Allister handed Argentina a well-deserved lead. A few minutes later, Alvarez scored with an amazing curling shot, making the situation even worse for Poland.

As soon as Alvarez doubled Argentina’s lead, Lionel Messi joined him in the celebration. His response to Alvarez’ goal shows emphatically that the seasoned forward cares more about the outcome than he does about scoring.

While speaking after the game, Messi made it clear that he was angry for missing the penalty but the team stepped up their performance after his mistake.

He stated, “Angry for having missed the penalty but the team came out stronger after my mistake. We knew that once the first goal went in, it would change the game”.


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