Argentina and Lionel Messi was able to celebrate their COPA America trophy with their fans and family members at the stadium after beating Bolivia in their qualifying match last match.
The spotlight was clearly on one man Lionel Messi who scored three times against Bolivia to become south American men all time highest goal scorer ahead of the legendary Brazilian Pele.
Those three strikes took his tally to 79 and after the game the Argentine captain was in tears as he addressed the fans and family that was in attendance at the stadium.
Lionel Messi was all tears last night as he addressed the fans and family.
Emotional Lionel looks at his family at the stand.
In his speech he added that he has always dreamed a lot about this day and thank God it came. He insisted it was a beautiful night and that him and the rest of the Argentine squad will forever remember that night.
Lionel Messi and Argentina palyers last night.
They sit second on the world cup qualifying log behind only Brazil.
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