The match between Argentina and Mexicowhich ended with victory for the albiceleste thanks to goals from Leo Messi and Enzo Fernández, was filled at the Lusail Stadium, with 88 thousand 966 spectators in the stands, being the match with the most attendance in a World Cup since the United States final United’94.
That July 17 in which Brazil and Italy met at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles (California, United States) gathered 94 thousand 194 spectatorswho witnessed how Brazil won its fourth World Cup after beating Italy on penalties (3-2) after the goalless draw.
On the other hand, regarding the chances of the Argentine team qualifying for the next round of the World Cup, a victory against Poland next Wednesday will almost certainly leave Argentina as first in Group C for the round of 16, except if Arabia manages to beat Mexico by two more goals than the albiceleste do.
However, if Argentina draws with Poland, they will qualify for the round of 16 as second in the group if the Mexicans and the Arabs tie. It would also do so if Mexico wins but by less than four goals. You can be left out if Arabia beat Mexico and reach six points.
And if Argentina loses to Poland, it will mean the elimination of Lionen Scaloni’s Albiceleste team from the World Cup.
Mexico, for its part, he needs to win and for Argentina to thrash Poland to aspire to second place in the group in which the goal difference is decisive for the interests of Gerardo Martino’s team. Mexico must score at least three goals in their next game.
Poland will be first in the Group if they beat Argentina and a draw also ensures their qualification. If he loses, he will be left in the hands of what happens in the other game in the group and a triumph of Arabia, will leave you out.
Arabia, if it prevails over Mexico, will also access the round of 16the tie will leave him pending the duel between Argentina and Poland and the defeat, out.
(With information from EFE)