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Argentina-France: Angel Di Maria entry, Tagliafico holder last minute

2022-12-18T17:01:47.667Z


The Albiceleste obviously aligns Lionel Messi, but also Angel Di Maria. A first tenure since the group stage for the a


This is the big surprise of this Argentinian team to face the Blues in the World Cup final on Sunday in Lusail.

Former PSG attacking midfielder Angel Di Maria will start the match as a right attacking midfielder.

A bet from his coach Lionel Scaloni.

The Juventus Turin player, troubled by injuries since the start of the season, has not started in the ranks of Albiceleste since the final group match against Poland (2-0).

Out touched against Robert Lewandowski and his partners, he missed the round of 16 against Australia, played only eight minutes in the quarter-final against the Netherlands and remained on the bench in half against Croatia .

He digitally replaces Leandro Paredes, his partner at Juventus Turin on loan from PSG.

Official Argentina 🇦🇷 starting line up vs France 🇨🇵.



Late change in the XI, Tagliafico comes in place of Acuna who has some fitness issues.

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Initially announced on the sidelines, OL left-back Nicolas Tagliafico finally appears in the starting team.

He replaces Marcos Acuna, left on the sidelines due to a physical problem.

The rest of the Argentina team is unsurprising, with captain Lionel Messi obviously starting in attack.

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Source: leparis

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