Messi and Argentina received very happy news before semi-finals of World Cup

FIFA was forced to launch an investigation between Argentina and the Netherlands during a tense quarterfinal match in which referee Mateu Lahoz was forced to remove a total of 18 yellow cards and one red card for both teams.

In the quarter-finals, which took place at dawn on December 10, Argentina had an emotional victory over the Netherlands after leading by two goals, but for the opponent to equalize, forcing both sides to play extra time and ꜱhoot penalty ꜱhootout to determine the winner. Unlike neighboring Brazil, the “La Albiceseste” army played bravely with goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez’s outstanding penalty ability to win the final.

It is worth mentioning that despite the victory, captain Lionel Messi and goalkeeper Martinez both loudly criticized referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz, who drew a total of 18 yellow cards for 2 teams, including the red card (the second yellow card). runner-up) for Denzel Dumfries of the Netherlands after the match was over with Argentina’s assistant Pablo Aimar.

 

Referee Mateu Lahoz drew a total of 18 yellow cards in the match.

Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez said quite harshly: “Referee Mateu Lahoz added up to 10 minutes for no reason. He just ᴡanted the Netherlands to score against Argentina. We hope he doesn’t catch Argentina’s match. more. A useless referee”.

Lionel Messi vented his rage at the Dutch assistants by shouting: “What are you looking at? Cheating, idiot!” and criticized coach Van Gaal: “He said that the Netherlands played beautiful football but what he did was put tall players on the field and Һit the ball long”. Dutch assistant Edgar Davids had to mediate.

 

The duo Nicolas Otamendi and Leandro Paredes mocked the Dutch players after winning the penalty ꜱhootout. The behavior of the two Argentine players was clearly not beautiful, but the Dutch players themselves also mocked their opponents whenever someone stepped forward to take the free ƙicƙ. Argentine journalists released footage showing four Dutch players – Denzel Dumfries, Wout Weghorst, Noa Lang and Frenkie de Jong – mocking Lautaro Martinez before he stepped up to take the final shot.

 

 

Before that, Lendro Paredes entered the ball with both feet with Nathan Ake in the 88th minute and ƙicƙed the ball straight into the Dutch technical area before being pushed down by Virgil van Dijk. Both players received yellow cards.

These scandals led the World Football Federation (FIFA) to investigate with both sides because both sides violated Article 12 on player misconduct, Article 16 on order and security at matches. Match in accordance with the applicable FIFA Rules. Fortunately, no player has to receive a penalty from FIFA and Messi and his teammates will play in the semi-final against Croatia with the full force.

The Netherlands has a “enemy” with Argentina since 1978, since Rob Rensenbrink scored in the final seconds of the World Cup final in Buenos Aires, sending the home team into extra time and winning 3-1 on aggregate. Argentina. In 2014, the South American team overcame the Netherlands in the semi-finals and won the penalty ꜱhootout 4-2 after a 0-0 draw.

Before that, Lendro Paredes entered the ball with both feet with Nathan Ake in the 88th minute and ƙicƙed the ball straight into the Dutch technical area before being pushed down by Virgil van Dijk. Both players received yellow cards.

These scandals led the World Football Federation (FIFA) to investigate with both sides because both sides violated Article 12 on player misconduct, Article 16 on order and security at matches. match in accordance with the applicable FIFA Rules. Fortunately, no player has to receive a penalty from FIFA and Messi and his teammates will play in the semi-final against Croatia with the full force.

The Netherlands has a “enemy” with Argentina since 1978, since Rob Rensenbrink scored in the final seconds of the World Cup final in Buenos Aires, sending the home team into extra time and winning 3-1 on aggregate. Argentina. In 2014, the South American team overcame the Netherlands in the semi-finals and won the penalty ꜱhootout 4-2 after a 0-0 draw.