The best of 90 Minutes of Soccer: the anger of Lionel Messi, the confidence in Scaloni, the level of Neymar and an unmissable dance by Bambino Pons!


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The best of 90 Minutes of Soccer: the anger of Lionel Messi, the confidence in Scaloni, the level of Neymar and an unmissable dance by Bambino Pons!

Sebastian Vignolo and team of 90 Minutes of Soccer (ESPN 2) analyzed the 2-1 of the Argentina Selection against Bolivia at the height of La Paz for the Qualifiers towards Qatar 2022. Do players believe in Lionel Scaloni? Was your celebration excessive? Did Lionel Messi put Diego Maradona in mode in the discussion with rivals? Is Neymar the best in the world today? In addition, the match of Exequiel Palacios, the performance of the VAR on the date and there was even close to pure dance with the Bambino Pons.

THE CHICKEN GAME TO DEFINE SCALONI

The driver brought up a particular proposal: make each of his colleagues choose a sealed envelope and invite them to open it. They contained motivational phrases, which he used to compare the confidence generated by the Albiceleste coach with his team. His message was clear: players believe and trust him.

“I BANK TO DEATH TO SCALONI”

In addition, El Pollo did not hide his desire for the coach to succeed, although he clarified that the best of all is Marcelo Gallardo. “I want him to do well, he even seems like a good boy. Watch how he looks at his players. “

WAS SCALONI WELL IN CELEBRATING THE GOAL EMBRACING LAUTARO?

The wild celebration of DT when the striker scored the tying goal was the subject of debate in the 90 Minutes Football panel, which was encouraged to look for similar situations with Jurgen Klopp and compare it with the cold greetings that existed at the time of Jorge Sampaoli in command.

SCALONI’S SMART DECISION

For Sebastián Domínguez, the coach’s determination was key when he was not fully consolidated in office: surround yourself with well-loved and experienced people like Roberto Ayala, Walter Samuel and Pablo Aimar.

“EXEQUIEL PALACIOS WON OWNERSHIP”

For Sebastián Vignolo, the Bayer Leverkusen midfielder took a big step towards ownership ahead of the next engagement. His good performance in the victory against Bolivia made him win in consideration for Lionel Scaloni.

Nothing better than Sebastián Domínguez’s analysis to specify why the footballer emerged from River’s inferiors, now in the Bundesliga, was decisive in the middle of the field.

“I LIKE THIS MESSI THAT FIGHTS AND LOOKS LIKE MARADONA”

The statement belongs to Federico Bulos, in reference to the discussion that the Argentine 10 had with the Bolivian players and coaching staff after the game. They also expressed their opinion on the phrase of Marcelo Moreno Martins, who in the middle of a brawl fired: “They ate six!”

WHO IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD CURRENTLY?

The good level of Neymar generated the soccer debate. For Federico Bulos, the Brazilian is the best present. According to Seba Domínguez, excluding Lionel Messi, the most prominent is Kevin De Bruyne. Bambino Pons, for his part, doesn’t like it much when Canarinha’s 10 steps on it too much and took care to make it clear.

THE USE OF VAR IN THE QUALIFICATIONS

Is it being used well? Are you demanding too much time? The unusual criminal for Venezuela against Paraguay and the controversies in Peru-Brazil, under the magnifying glass of the specialists.

THIS IS HOW GARECA ALECTED HIS DIRECTORS

Seba Domínguez recalled a phrase from Tigre in the Velez dressing room, when the players were unhappy with the fixture. DT’s message was clear: doors to the inside, all complaints; outside, nothing.

WHO WILL BE THE 9 OF BOCA?

Facing the match with Caracas for CONMEBOL Libertadores, it is not confirmed who will be the center forward. For the head of Miguel Ángel Russo there are two alternatives: keep Franco Soldano or include Wanchope Ábila. The debate on the disputed post.

THE UNMISSABLE CLOSE OF THE BAMBINO PONS, IN MICK JAGGER MODE

It is already a healthy habit: the rapporteur applying his creativity when closing 90 Minutes of Soccer. Just as he did last week narrating a goal by Lionel Messi with the Rolling Stones in the background, this time he dedicated a very funny little song inspired by Joaquín Correa’s goal against Bolivia.


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