The Argentine striker assured that he has no problems being part of the trans-Andean debut at the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Monday November 21, 2022 5:00 p.m.

Argentina will make its long-awaited debut at the Qatar 2022 World Cup this Tuesday, when it faces Saudi Arabia in the first round of the day (7:00 am in Chile).

One of the uncertainties in the premiere of the Albiceleste is the presence of the star Lionel Messi, who set off the alarms with an image of his swollen ankle and by training in a differentiated way.

However, the Paris Saint-Germain forward himself calmed down when he expressed in a press conference: “I feel very good physically, the truth is that I think I arrived at a great moment, personally as well as physically. I have no problem”.

“I heard that they said that I trained differentiated. It was because he had a stroke and as a precaution, but nothing unusual. It’s a different time in the season, with much fewer games, I always felt good with the continuity of the games, playing, I got a rhythm, I felt comfortable and that’s what I tried until I got here at the start of the World Cup, but I didn’t do anything special: I took care of myself and worked as I did throughout my career”, added the captain of the trans-Andean team.

In addition, he reiterated that Qatar 2022 will be his goodbye to a planetary event: “It will probably be my last World Cup, my last chance to achieve the great dream I have, but nothing special.”

Argentina will make its long-awaited debut at the Qatar 2022 World Cup this Tuesday, when it faces Saudi Arabia in the first round of the day (7:00 am in Chile).

One of the uncertainties in the premiere of the Albiceleste is the presence of the star Lionel Messi, who set off the alarms with an image of his swollen ankle and by training in a differentiated way.

However, the Paris Saint-Germain forward himself calmed down when he expressed in a press conference: “I feel very good physically, the truth is that I think I arrived at a great moment, personally as well as physically. I have no problem”.

“I heard that they said that I trained differentiated. It was because he had a stroke and as a precaution, but nothing unusual. It’s a different time in the season, with much fewer games, I always felt good with the continuity of the games, playing, I got a rhythm, I felt comfortable and that’s what I tried until I got here at the start of the World Cup, but I didn’t do anything special: I took care of myself and worked as I did throughout my career”, added the captain of the trans-Andean team.

In addition, he reiterated that Qatar 2022 will be his goodbye to a planetary event: “It will probably be my last World Cup, my last chance to achieve the great dream I have, but nothing special.”

Argentina will make its long-awaited debut at the Qatar 2022 World Cup this Tuesday, when it faces Saudi Arabia in the first round of the day (7:00 am in Chile).

One of the uncertainties in the premiere of the Albiceleste is the presence of the star Lionel Messi, who set off the alarms with an image of his swollen ankle and by training in a differentiated way.

However, the Paris Saint-Germain forward himself calmed down when he expressed in a press conference: “I feel very good physically, the truth is that I think I arrived at a great moment, personally as well as physically. I have no problem”.

“I heard that they said that I trained differentiated. It was because he had a stroke and as a precaution, but nothing unusual. It’s a different time in the season, with much fewer games, I always felt good with the continuity of the games, playing, I got a rhythm, I felt comfortable and that’s what I tried until I got here at the start of the World Cup, but I didn’t do anything special: I took care of myself and worked as I did throughout my career”, added the captain of the trans-Andean team.

In addition, he reiterated that Qatar 2022 will be his goodbye to a planetary event: “It will probably be my last World Cup, my last chance to achieve the great dream I have, but nothing special.”

Source: radio.uchile.cl

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