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World CupMessi's favorite Team for World Cup 2022

Messi’s favorite Team for World Cup 2022

Messi’s favorite Team for World Cup 2022. Lionel Messi picked England as one of his favorites to win the World Cup in Qatar even though he was eager to get going. The winger, 35, gave his top three choices for the groups that can win the following World Cup. Thanks to Messi, who will play for Argentina in his sixth World Cup finals, England, Brazil, and France have a better chance than the other contending countries. As Argentina tries to win the World Cup for the first time since 1986, he also discussed the mood in the team’s camp.

He said, “We constantly talk about the same teams when we talk about candidates,” when addressing the South American Federation CONMEBOL. Brazil, France, and England are marginally superior to other nations, in my opinion, if I were to rate them. But given how difficult and complicated the World Cup is, anything might happen. We’re content overall. Although our group is nice and energetic, we think it best to proceed cautiously. Argentina will try to bounce back from losing to Germany in the World Cup final in 2014 due to a Mario Gotze goal in extra time.

Weirdly, Messi doesn’t think Hansi Flick’s team is one of the favorites to win the forthcoming championship. Argentina has gone 35 games without a loss in all competitions since their most recent loss, which was against Brazil on July 3, 2019. To beat Italy’s record of 37 victories, they still have three games to play. The PSG player will be aware that this is possibly his last chance to complete his illustrious prize cabinet. He will put all of his attention into making sure Argentina has the greatest possible start when they take on Saudi Arabia on November 22.

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Salman Shaikh
Salman Shaikhhttps://goalmaestro.com/
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