The Argentine team is experiencing its sweetest moment in football and wants to prolong that good state of form this Thursday (6:30 pm) against Peru, which will try not to get off the fight for fifth place, necessary to access the play-off access to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The team led by Lionel Scaloni returns to the Monumental pitch after beating Uruguay on Sunday in the Rio de la Plata classic, a match in which Lionel Messi shone again.
After that meeting, the Argentine team, which has accumulated six wins and four draws so far, expanded its advantage over the third-placed team in the group, Ecuador, which has six points less than Albiceleste despite having played one more match.
For this reason, the main objective of Scaloni and his team this Thursday will be to get their pass to the World Cup in Qatar on track and thus face the matches against Uruguay and Brazil in November with greater tranquility.
“There will be difficult games or that we have to play in another way, but the team dynamics are marked and the feeling is that people feel identified with these players and that is the most important thing. The result is the consequence of all this”, Scaloni commented this Wednesday at a press conference.