Argentina and Paris Saint-Germain players Lionel Messi, Di Maria and Leandro Paredes have arrived Argentina in style ahead of their World Cup qualifier game on Friday against Paraguay.
Lionel Messi posted on Facebook the picture of himself alongside his Argentina and PSG teammates arriving Argentina with their luggages.
Argentina will be looking to maintain their perfect start to the World Cup 2022 qualifier when they travel to the Estadio Defensores del Chaco to take on Paraguay in Friday's encounter.
Paraguay defeated Venezuela 2-1 last time out, while Argentina thrashed Bolivia 3-0, following the Brazil debacle.
However some football fans have reacted to Lionel Messi's Facebook post of himself and his PSG teammates arriving Argentina in style as some fans have wished them good luck.
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