Hernán Díaz: Argentina’s match was more emotional than tactical | News

The journalist Víctor Hugo Morales and the former captain of the Argentina team, Juan Pablo Sorín, spoke this Saturday with the former soccer player Hernán Díaz about the victory of the Albiceleste against Mexico on the seventh day of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.


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In the Zurda Infinita program, broadcast by teleSUR, Díaz stressed that soccer unites, provoking the same feelings and thoughts “when we see our team. From the human side it is exciting. When the national team plays, it excites me a lot”.

Regarding Argentina’s 2-0 victory over Mexico, Díaz expressed that it was a tough match, “a much more emotional than tactical game. It seemed to me that it was going to cost him a lot to start ”.

In addition, he expressed his emotion at seeing the evolution of several players that make up the Argentine team, including Enzo Fernández, who was the author of one of the goals of the match together with captain Lionel Messi.

For his part, Sorín highlighted that “the attitude of the players and the changes made by Lionel Scaloni gave Argentina victory.” In turn, Morales emphasized that the final result of the match was “a victory that gave relief to many.”

They also commented on the performance of the Mexican team in the match and what this result means for the team.

Sorín and Morales spoke about the importance of Argentina’s recovery ahead of its match against Poland. Photo: teleSUR

Regarding the other matches of the seventh day of the World Cup, they talked about what France’s victory against Denmark represented, getting their pass to the next phase; the work of the Polish team to achieve their first victory in the tournament and the victory of Australia against Tunisia.

Likewise, they spoke with Yeyo Molina about his work making tattoos of Diego Armando Maradona. “Being able to capture Diego’s image is spectacular for anyone, since they represent all the kids that come from below,” he said.

Molina recalled that “El Pelusa” is admired not only for what he did on the soccer field, but also for what he did outside of it, such as supporting noble causes and leaving his mark on those who knew him.