The Argentina National team were dominant all through the match as they recorded all the maximum three points against Venezuela.
The South American giants Argentina urrently sit 2nd position on the standings while Venezuela dropped down to 10th position on the standings.
Credit: Argentina Facebook Page
Let's take a look at 3 things we noticed in the match between Argentina and Venezuela;
1. LEO MESSI'S INJURY: The 34 years old Argentina and Paris Saint Germain Superstar Leo Messi was a victim of a dangerous tackle from Adrian Martinez.
The Venezuela defender Adrian Martinez was shown a straight red card for the dangerous tackle on Lionel Messi.
According to various reports, The Paris Saint Germain superstar Leo Messi may not feature against Brazil due to the horrific injury.
2. ANGEL DI MARIA'S FITNESS: The 32 years old Argentina and Paris Saint Germain winger Angel Di Maria also suffered a minor injury which affected his performance on the pitch.
The Paris Saint Germain Superstar was eventually substituted in 62 minutes of the encounter.
3. LIONEL SCALONI'S TACTICS: The Argentina and head coach Lionel Scaloni lined up his team by using a 4-3-3 formation in their comfortable victory over Venezuela.
The likes of Leonardo Parades, Leo Messi, Giovanni Lo Celso, Angel Di Maria and Latuaro Martinez were all superb against Venezuela.
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