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Argentina's 1x1 against Uruguay: from a Messi who did everything to a Lautaro who is still in debt in the Copa América


The Scaloni Selection showed its best face in recent times. The captain was omnipresent in the attack, Guido Rodríguez provided calm and clarity and the defense showed more solidity. Former Racing, the lowest point.

Maximiliano Uria

06/18/2021 11:38 PM

  • Clarí

  • sports

Updated 06/18/2021 11:42 PM

In the important victory against Uruguay, Lionel Messi once again shone with memorable runs and with a remarkable display.

Guido Rodríguez gave order to the team and also scored with a header.

Another very good performance from defender Cristian Romero.

And the income of Palacios and Di María was productive to give the team air.

Solid defense.

Emiliano Martínez (6):

He hardly had a job.

He picked up the centers well and came out with judgment from below.

Nahuel Molina (6):

Very sharp to project and solid to cover your sector.

In the first stage he almost marked the second with a bombshell.

Cristian Romero (7):

Seamless in hand-to-hand, quick to anticipate and strong from above.

He already feels the owner of the defense. 

Nicolás Otamendi (5):

He had no difficulties with Luis Suárez and Cavani, although the few times they faced him he showed some doubts.

Marcos Acuña (6):

He went on the attack with greater fluidity in the second half.

He had a lot of back and forth to help with the recovery.

He complied.

Rodrigo De Paul (7):

He did not have to run as much to cover Paredes, absent due to injury.

He alternated the ball stopped with Messi and formed a good tandem on the right with his teammate from Udinese.

Guido Rodríguez (8):

He balanced half the court.

With the "5" manual that was needed, it was a clean start and protected the centrals.

Removed and distributed.

And he scored the winning goal with a nice header.

He finished the game pressing on the rival field. 

Giovanni Lo Celso (5):

This time he participated less in the game circuit, but each time he did it, he was lucid.

He connected well a couple of times with Messi.

Lionel Messi (8):

The figure.

With Molina on the outside, he no longer needed to turn so much to the right.

He floated in the middle and with spaces he managed the counter.

Assisted Rodriguez.

And in addition, it had remarkable stacks.

He only lacked the goal.

It culminated without air for all that ran.

Lautaro Martínez (4):

He demanded with the pressure, but in the first half he had a very clear and failed again.

With the free arc he did not take advantage of a rebound.

Nicolás González (6):

Active, fast, overflowing or playing the diagonal to allow the arrival of Acuña.

It was incisive.

Exequiel Palacios (6):

He entered well and handled the ball judiciously.

He generated several fouls.

It was a help wheel for Rodríguez. 

Joaquin Correa (4):

He participated very little.

He played 9 between the centrals and that hurt him.

Angel Di Maria (6):

He brought vitality to the team.

With his entry, the team stopped a few meters later and defended away from Martinez's goal.

He participated a lot. 

Look also

With Messi plugged in and a solitary goal from Guido Rodríguez, the National Team showed a better face against Uruguay and settled into the Copa América

From Paul, Romero, Draw Martínez and Di María, the voices of the National Team after the victory: "We have to go game by game"

Source: clarin

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