Thrilling World Cup: Brazil vs Argentina Live, Team News, Stats

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Thrilling World Cup: Brazil vs Argentina Live, Team News, Stats

Numerous suckers came to the Maracana Stadium on Tuesday to watch Brazil vs Argentina in their likely last match in Brazil, a supercasino in World Cup qualifying against the hosts. 

Rather, they saw Nicolás Otamendi score the only thing in a 1-0 palm for Argentina after a brawl between suckers that delayed the launch of the game.

The World Cup titleholders foisted the first home defeat on Brazil ever in World Cup qualifying. 

It was Brazil’s third successive loss in the round-robin event — another negative mark for new trainer Fernando Diniz.

Messi left the pitch in the 78th nanosecond amid an admixture of hisses and applause from Brazil suckers. 

Dozens of children arrived at the Maracana wearing the shirts of Barcelona, the star’s former club, and Inter Miami.

The Argentine star was not suitable to end one of his last walls in the sport at the Maracana, however, to score against the Brazilians in a World Cup qualifier. 

Argentina will return home not only atop the South American qualifying standings but also having given its suckers one further chance to celebrate a palm at the major Colosseum in Rio de Janeiro.

Thrilling World Cup: Brazil vs Argentina Live, Team News, Stats

Two times ago, Ángel di Maria scored the only thing in an empty Maracana to give his platoon the Copa América title.

The violent pre-match incident, starting shortly after the public chorales, stalled the launch for 27 twinkles. 

Argentina, led by Messi, headed to the locker apartments for 22 twinkles. At least one addict left the colosseum bleeding from his head.

According to Rio de Janeiro police, eight people were arrested in connection with the incident. 

The aggression between suckers was reflected on the field in the first 20 twinkles of the hassle; the adjudicator gave fouls against Brazil during that time. 

The pressure eased and allowed Argentina to avoid a direct battle. Brazil wasted openings, with Raphinha’s free kick in the 38th nanosecond and Cristian Romero saving Argentina near the thing line six twinkles later after a crossed shot by Gabriel Martinelli. 

After the half-time break, Brazil signaled that they would continue to press. In the 54th minute, Rodrygo drew a close-range save from Dibu Martinez. 

But Argentina’s thing in the 63rd with a title by Otamendi, who jumped above the Brazilian protectors to meet a corner kick, was one of the many chances the platoon created. 

Teenager Endrick, one of Brazil’s big expedients up front, did not make an important difference after he went on in the 72nd. In the 81st, midfielder Joelinton, who had just stepped in as a cover for Brazil, was transferred off after pushing Rodrigo de Paul. 

Brazil suckers ended the match chanting “ole” for every touch of the Argentinians, while the visiting sympathizers gestured their shirts as some of their players celebrated on the pitch.

Thrilling World Cup: Brazil vs Argentina Live, Team News, Stats

Argentina leads the 10-platoon South American qualifying competition with 15 points from six matches, followed by Uruguay with 13 and Colombia. 

Brazil could end the time in sixth position, with seven points. The 2026 World Cup in the United States, Mexico, and Canada will include 48 brigades, meaning direct entry for the top six brigades from South America. 

The seventh-place platoon can earn a situation in a multinational playoff. Also on Tuesday, Colombia won 1-0 at Paraguay; Uruguay beat Bolivia 3-0 in Montevideo; and Ecuador outgunned Chile 1-0.

At the time of the Brazil vs. Peru match, Peru and Venezuela were playing. Argentina’s match ended. 

The seventh and eighth rounds of South American qualifying will take place in September after the coming edition of Copa América in the United States.

What’s the platoon news? 

Vinicius Jr has been ruled out until the New Year after picking up a hamstring injury in the defeat to Colombia, in what’s a major blow to Brazil. 

The hosts, who were formerly without Neymar, Casemiro, and Richarlison, will make a late decision on Gabriel Jesus ’ fitness on what would be the Arsenal striker’s first involvement since last month’s palm at Sevilla. 

Lionel Messi is available to face Brazil after a fitness dread. Argentina’s main injury absence is Lisandro Martinez, but the world titleholders may make several changes after Friday’s defeat to Uruguay. 

Lautaro Martinez (2nd), Angel di Maria (3rd), Julian Alvarez (4th), and Marcos Acuna (5th) are all potential candidates to return to the starting lineup.

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