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The applause meter of the Argentine National Team party: who were the most applauded after Messi?


Everyone expected to see the best in the world, but there were several who blew up the stadium when they appeared on the playing field.

Lionel Messi

is experiencing his happiest moment with the

Argentine National Team

, there is no doubt.

Since he lifted the world cup in Qatar, the few questions that some had have ended.

Even those who looked askance at him and compared him negatively with Maradona gave up.

That is why the loud ovation that he received when he stepped on the grass of the


to warm up was not surprising.

It was, by several lengths, the highest peak on the applausometer.


was heard and everyone, the more than 80,000 fans, bowed. 

The first to warm up was

Emiliano Martínez

, together with the goalkeeping coach Martín Tocalli and his teammates Franco Armani and Gerónimo Rulli.

"Let the Dibu/la p... who gave birth to him dance"

, he lowered himself from all four sides.

And the man from Mar del Plata moved his shoulders and hips.

It was unanimous, then, the



But people did not stay with


's gesture and went for more.

"Que baile Armani"


"que baile Rulli"

and even

"que baile el Profe"

, were the requests -reciprocated- from the fans.

And the voice of the stadium arrived, the announcement of the headlines, the same ones who achieved eternal glory against France at the Lusail.

By the time Lionel Messi was heard, it is insisted, the Monumental was an explosion of affection.


who followed the flea in popular love?

Undoubtedly, the one who seconded him was

Ángel Di María

, who, in addition to an ovation, received the


from all four sides. 

I drew Martinez.

Photo: Photo Juano Tesone

The last to get on the mime podium was

Lionel Scaloni

, the mentor of La


To determine who was the fourth most applauded, it would be necessary to review the videos and convene a committee of applause experts.

Because the ovations for

Emiliano Martínez

, for

Enzo Fernández

and for

Gonzalo Montiel

were similar.

The former River right-back got into the select group for having scored the last penalty against France.

The ovations for Julián Álvarez


Lautaro Martínez

, the scorers at La Scaloneta,

were similar and loud .

And on the same step you can put it to Paulo Dybala, that Cordovan who usually amazes the little ones.

Special mentions deserve applause for Nicolás Otamendi, Marcos Acuña, Leandro Paredes and Lisandro Martínez, the last to be named.

And a little bit behind were Cuti Romero, Franco Armani -perhaps for being a local at the Monumental-, Rodrigo De Paul and Giovani Lo Celso.

Then it was time to go out on the pitch.

And of the tears.

The players got excited when they heard the "Boys" before the anthems played.

Pure emotion.

Source: clarin

All news articles on 2023-03-24

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