Long lines for an entry for Argentina vs. Brazil heading to Qatar 2022


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Long lines for an entry for Argentina vs.  Brazil heading to Qatar 2022

Rows of more than four kilometers for a ticket to the South American classic where Argentina will seek qualification to Qatar 2022

Lines of supporters to get a ticket for the classic that will play next Tuesday between Argentina and Brazil in match of the fourteenth day of the South American qualifiers heading to Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Selling tickets for the south american classic will begin this Monday formally, although thousands of Argentine supporters lined up up to four kilometers to secure a place to see the duel that will take place, among other protagonists to Lionel messi and Neymar.

It is expected that in a few hours the little more than 20 thousand seats available at the Del Bicentenario stadium in San Juan will be sold out, after the sanction of reduction of capacity that FIFA applied to Argentina for the discriminatory songs in the match against Uruguay.

Facing the classic next Tuesday before Brazil in San Juan, coach Lionel Scaloni would start the captain Messi.

Scaloni keeps the unknown of the starting eleven but Lionel messi He could enter for Paulo Dybala, who in the victory against Uruguay came out with a muscular discomfort, while another of the doubts in the midfield is whether Leandro Paredes will replace Guido Rodríguez.

The other doubt for the duel before Brazil they are in who will play in the right back; if Nahuel Molina Lucero will remain, or if Gonzalo Montiel will enter that place.

In such a way the possible eleven of Argentina would be: Emiliano Martínez; Nahuel Molina Lucero or Gonzalo Montiel, Cristian Romero, Nicolás Otamendi, Marcos Acuña; Rodrigo De Paul, Guido Rodríguez or Leandro Paredes, Giovani Lo Celso; Lionel Messi, Lautaro Martínez and Ángel Di María.


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