What is the national anthem of Argentina and what does

What is the national anthem of Argentina and what does it mean?

(Spanish CNN) — The moment in which the national anthems are sung before each game is one of the most exciting times in every football match, and it will be so especially in the World Cup in Qatar, for which the players of each team had to wait a little longer 4 years old

Generally arm in arm, with tears in their eyes and shouts of emotion, the players of the Argentine National Team have shown their commitment and passion for the shirt and the country they represent.

Much has been said in Argentina about Messi and his country’s anthem, and in the past he has been questioned for allegedly “not singing the anthem” as an attitude that reflected a lack of commitment on the part of the current PSG star with the Argentine National Team.

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After the defeat against Saudi Arabia, some remember that during the World Cup in Russia, an image of the soccer star went viral before a match in which the team lost 3 goals against zero against Croatia. With one hand and visibly worried, Messi seemed to anticipate the result that would come.

Below are the lyrics of the Argentine anthem, written by Alejandro Vicente López y Planes in 1812 and composed by Blas Parera a year later:

Hear mortals, the holy cry

Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!

Hear the noise of broken chains

See noble equality enthroned

They already opened their dignified throne

The United Provinces of the South

And the free of the world respond

To the great Argentine people, cheers!

And the free of the world respond

To the great Argentine people, cheers!

May the laurels be eternal

what we knew how to get

May the laurels be eternal

what we knew how to get

crowned with glory let us live

Or let us swear with glory to die!

Or let us swear with glory to die!

Or let us swear with glory to die!

Or let us swear with glory to die!

At that time, the song was known as “Patriotic March”, until later that name was changed to the Argentine National Anthem.

On May 11, 1813, it was approved by the Constituent General Assembly, although a short version was later adopted, which is the one that will be heard before each game of the Argentine National Team.

Argentina’s Lionel Messi (C) and his teammates celebrate after winning the final match of the Conmebol 2021 soccer tournament against Brazil at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 10, 2021. – Argentina won 1- 0. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA/AFP) (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA/AFP via Getty Images)

“In 1900, a decree of March 30 signed by President Julio Argentino Roca ordered that only the first and last quatrain and the chorus of the National Song be sung, which was ratified by Decree 10,302 of 1944,” explains the Argentina.com.ar official site.