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Pastore: "Messi always wanted to shut up." Terzaga: "He deserves to finish as champion" - Voila! FIFA World Cup

2022-12-17T06:48:21.298Z


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The players of the Argentina national team celebrate qualifying for the World Cup final after a 0:3 victory over Croatia (Instagram)

Argentina and France continue to prepare for the 2022 World Cup finals, with the kick-off at the iconic Stade de Lusail on Sunday at 17:00.

The one who is quite divided between the two is former striker David Trezaga, son of Argentinian parents who grew up in Buenos Aires but represented the French national team and won the World Cup with them in 1998.



Last night (Friday) Trezaga said in an interview with TYC in Argentina: "From a personal point of view it's hard, it's not the final I wanted. But hey, there will be a party and it will be a great final. These are the two best teams in the world."



Trezega commented on the great fight between Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe: "Messi deserves to finish his career as a champion, he is one who makes the whole world dream. This does not detract from France's desire to lift the trophy. There are age differences, Messi is at the end of his career and Mbappe is just starting and will set many more records. He has a healthy ambition and he wants to be better than Messi, that's what drives him. He lives every day alongside Messi and Neymar, it's a lesson for him. In Paris Saint-Germain they are a perfect team, but Argentina plays for Messi. Everything goes through him."



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"Not the final I wanted."

David Trezega in the semi-finals next to Lilian Thuram and Yuri Dzhorkuff (Photo: GettyImages, Jean Catuffe)

The Argentinian Javier Pastore was interviewed by RMC in France and commented on the change that Messi went through and the publicized confrontation with Vaught and Horst after the quarter-finals: "In 2010 he was only 22-23 years old. He played extraordinary football, but he was still a child. Today he is a man, he knows What Argentina needs. He always had a personality. He always had a desire to win and a desire to shut up those who talked about him before. He wasn't angry, but he knew how to talk to us before games."



The 33-year-old Elche midfielder, who played for Paris Saint-Germain and made 29 appearances for Argentina, added: "This World Cup started badly with an unexpected loss, but little by little the team got into things and got Messi at his best. The whole team is behind him, Everyone works for him. We also gained Julián Albers up front, this is his moment. Every touch he has with the ball ends in a goal or a good action. He also works a lot for the team. In general, this is a team that works great together and Messi's abilities make the difference in every game. The match against Mexico was significant for me, because a loss there would have ended the story. The guys showed character, got a good win and after this game everyone gained confidence. We are conquering every game and improving all the time."

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