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Barcelona star Lionel Messi has always been regarded as the "greatest of all time" by devoted fans but some Nigerian supporters have now told Argentina's faithful that "our GOAT is better than your GOAT".
Argentina will have a monumental task at hand when they meet Nigeria on June 26, Tuesday, to play their final Group D match in the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.
"Ahmed Musa's speed will be very interesting for us in this World Cup". The Nigerian striker has, in fact, attempted just thrice against Iceland - scoring twice, while Messi struck 11 attempts in vain. Ergo, in six World Cup appearances, Musa has two multi-goal games in comparison to Ronaldo (15 matches) and Messi (15 matches).
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Lionel Messi and Argentina hit the training ground on Saturday with renewed hope of qualifying for the World Cup last 16. Messi and Ronaldo have had one each - from 17 and 15 games respectively.
But, Sampaoli has fended off the mutiny and will remain in full control for the final group game.
"We played against them in a friendly but there was no Messi when we beat them 4-2 in Krasnodar".
"When I transferred to Leicester City and we played against Barcelona and Messi was in the pitch too, I scored another two goals, so I think in the next game anything can happen".
"What's happening to the team right now is what has happened to Argentina in these last four disgraceful years: anarchy, no leadership from the players, coaches or directors".
Goalkeeper Willy Caballero could be dropped following his mistake for the opening goal against Croatia, with River Plate's Franco Armani possibly in line to make his global debut. So what then, Neymar Musa?