The 2022 World Cup was supposed to be Lionel Messi’s finest achievement for Argentina vs poland—the competition in which he emerges from Diego Maradona’s shadow for the national team—but so far, the 35-year-old has had a mixed reaction.

Poland vs Argentina that have  lost to Saudi Arabia in its initial match, but then rebounded with a 2-0 victory over Mexico, with Messi scoring the first goal.

In Messi’s fifth World Cup tournament, it means that Argentina still has a chance to advance to the knockout rounds with just one game remaining in Group C.

Argentina is in second place in Group C with three points, one point behind group leader Poland. Argentina knows that a victory over Poland in its final match will guarantee its advancement.

The team, according to defender Lisandro Martinez, is only growing better, especially Messi.

In a press conference on Tuesday, Martinez said, “Everything comes down to details.” “With Messi’s goal, we witnessed it. The game (against Mexico) was close up until that point.

“We are aware of our potential. We are aware that we can play at a higher level and that we are still not at our best. However, we’re trying, he continued.

Robert Lewandowski, who scored his team’s second goal during Poland’s Group C encounter against Saudi Arabia, will be facing Argentina next.
Robert Lewandowski, who scored his team’s second goal during Poland’s Group C encounter against Saudi Arabia, will be facing Argentina next.
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Argentina vs Poland squad led by Robert Lewandowski, a legendary striker who recently scored his first World Cup goal against Saudi Arabia.

Lewandowski, 34, who like Messi is his country’s all-time leading scorer, missed a penalty in Poland’s opening match, a dull 0-0 draw against Mexico, but made up for it by scoring the second goal in the team’s 2-0 victory over Saudi Arabia.

Lewandowski’s manager for Argentina, Lionel Scaloni, praised him profusely and referred to him as a “great player.”
As a football fan, Scaloni stated, “It will be a joy and pleasure to witness him up close.” Is he comparable to Messi in ability? Just take pleasure in such a talented player. Why evaluate a player against another. That is ineffective.

After its illustrious triumph over Argentina, Saudi Arabia needs to defeat Mexico in order to advance to the round of 16, but a draw would necessitate Poland defeating Argentina.
Herve Renard, the head coach of Audi Arabia, claimed that his team has already defied expectations.

“Nobody imagined we could play at this level anywhere in the globe. Although we in Saudi Arabia are familiar with the players, fans elsewhere in the world may not be, according to Renard, who spoke at a news conference following the Poland match. We are still breathing.

Mexico’s chances are much slimmer because they must defeat Saudi Arabia by a score of at least three goals and hope that Poland does not lose to Argentina.
Competition for the final Group D spot
On Wednesday, Group D will also reach its conclusion with Australia playing Denmark and Tunisia facing France.

With two victories in as many games, defending World Cup champion France has already guaranteed its place in the next round.

With Australia on three points and both Denmark and Tunisia on one point each, the rest of the group is still up for grabs.

For the first time since 2006, Australia has a great chance to go to the round of 16. A victory is necessary, but a draw would also be acceptable if Tunisia fails to defeat France.

Forward Prior to the pivotal match on Wednesday, Mathew Leckie reflected on the Australia team’s successful run in Germany 16 years ago.

Leckie said during a news conference on Tuesday, “We’ve always believed that we can create something extraordinary.

“When the Socceroos were eliminated from the group in 2006, I was a happy supporter, and now we have the chance to participate in that as players.

“We observed how proud their citizens are at home. We are thus motivated by the fact that we are doing it for the country, ourselves, our friends, and our families.

Australia will be playing against a Denmark team that has had difficulty finding clear-cut opportunities despite appearing to play strong defense.
Danish coach Kasper Hjulmand joked that he might have to call up Norwegian striker Erling Haaland after his team failed to score in any of their last ten World Cup qualifying matches.

When it came to the lineup he might select on Wednesday, Hjulmand kept his options under wraps the day before Denmark’s crucial match against Australia.

Everyone appears to be prepared right now, Hjulmand informed the journalists. “We have 26 players, and each one of them deserves to play. They all deserve to play since they are all capable.

“All we need to consider is what technical approach to use tomorrow, what playing structure to use, and who we know works well together.

There are many options because I trust all the players we brought.