For the Argentinian Lionel Messi, who will try to win his first World Cup in Qatar, Brazil, France and England are “a bit above the rest” teams involved in the tournament which will begin on Sunday.
In an interview published by the South American Football Confederation, the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner calls for restraint on the Albiceleste’s ambitions. Double winners of the World Cup (1978, 1986), Argentina won the last edition of the Cop America last year and have remained undefeated since July 2019.
“We have a very good team which is very motivated but we have to go little by little”
“We are full of hopes, we have a very good team which is very motivated but we have to get there little by little. We know that the groups in the World Cup are not easy.specifies the PSG player.
Argentina will start their tournament against Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, November 22, before meeting Mexico on November 26 and then Poland on November 30, in Group C.