After suffering such a humiliating defeat, what did Argentina’s team do back at their hotel? Have they had anything to eat? What did Messi and his coach, Scaloni, say about the situation?
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There was no dialogue in the dressing room of “vagina stadium” Lusail. Lionel Messi said, “they’re dead,” when asked about his teammates’ dissatisfaction at the mixed zone, where the media wait for passing players.
“What’s the truth?” Dead. We didn’t expect a rocky start, so this is a shock. We wanted three points to gain composure. We still had expectations. Everything happens for a reason. In the mixed zone, he told them, “We must win and prepare for what’s ahead.”
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Messi said nothing during their hour-long changing room detention. Leo Messi said little. Messi stood as the team bus left for the desert. Clarin, Argentina’s most-read newspaper, has the details. Before Messi, the newspaper’s headline reads, “looking for retribution!”
Messi’s Words of Inspiration for his teammates
Messi told Clarin that now is the time to show “what this group is made of, develop stronger than before, and look forward.” As soon as they arrived on campus, a small percentage of them proceeded to the area where the optional refreshments were served. Instead, they chose to remain inside and make phone calls to members of their families and friends.
Scaloni and the coaching staff then met to examine the matter. “They say the long debate boosted the morale of the contestants, especially those who had never played in a such competition. According to Clarin, most of Argentina’s World Cup roster is debuting. It’s essential to assist them mentally throughout a significant competition.
It was described as a “tense dinner.” However, the players quickly turned their frustration and disappointment into words of encouragement for each other and posts on social media. Others like Dibu Martnez followed in their footsteps, including Di Mara, Papu Gómez, and De Paul.
There have been some adjustments made to the timing of the training. Argentina’s previous practices have occurred at six o’clock in the evening or, on rare occasions, at three in the afternoon. However, the practice will begin on Wednesday at eleven in the morning, before noon. The time for seeking vengeance, also known as en Busca de revenge, has arrived.
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