No Dybala-Messi Duet
Argentina’s national team coach, Jorge Sampaoli, is not interested in bringing down Lionel Messi and Paulo Dybala simultaneously. He did not want to experiment in a very crucial game.
Argentina national team will host Peru in Buenos Aires in South American World Cup qualifying zone, Friday (10/06/2017) morning local time.
Spread the discourse to menduetkan Messi and Dybala as a starter. Understandably, both appear sharp with their respective clubs.
Messi topped the list of Spanish League top scorer with a collection of eleven goals from seven matches with Barcelona. Dybala won a similar title in the Italian league with ten goals from seven parties with Juventus.
Only, Sampaoli reluctant to realize the idea because they rarely perform together.
“There is no time to menduetkan Dybala and Messi We have to do something more concrete,” said the tactician as reported by FourFourTwo.
Most likely, Sampaoli will install Messi as a starter and reserve Dybala.
“With the 4-2-3-1 formation, Messi moves forward and approaches the penalty, otherwise he will have trouble getting a goal-scoring position,” Sampaoli said.
It is not surprising that Sampaoli applies an already eloquent tactic because the counter-Peru game is not the right momentum to experiment. Argentina needs a tripoin to keep the chances of qualifying for the finals.
Currently Albiceleste was stranded in fifth position with a collection of 24 points or lost on goal difference from Peru on it. Only the top four teams qualify for the finals in Russia next year. That means, Argentina temporarily pocketed the play-off rations.