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Allies of Argentina from everywhere the world gave a shout out to the Argentinian side to triumph over the Dutch.
However, those making the excursion to Lusail on Friday – situated around 20km (in excess of 12 miles) north of focal Doha – were not all from the South American country.
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“Messi, he is entrancing,” said Karan Agarwal, who went from Jaipur in India to watch Argentina play in Qatar’s Reality Cup.
“You can’t show his abilities even in the best football foundations. You are brought into the world with it,” Agarwal told Al Jazeera.Agarwal is only one of the numerous non-Argentinian aficionados of Argentina who have embraced the Albicelestes as their group of decision and gone to Qatar to show their help for the South Americans.
Agarwal expressed, experiencing childhood in India, he turned into an Argentina fan due to the amazing Diego Maradona, and he sees reverberations of Maradona in the ongoing group’s headliner and commander Lionel Messi.
“Each time I see Messi he helps me to remember Maradona. Anybody who loves football loves Messi,” he said, his voice imposing after much cheering during Argentina’s hard-battled punishment prevail upon the Oranje of the Netherlands.
“Who else could do that other than Messi?” Agarwal expressed alluding to the pass that prompted the principal Argentina objective against the Dutch on Friday.Argentina’s Lionel Messi in real life with Netherlands’ Frenkie de Jong during the Netherlands versus Argentina match at Lusail Arena, Qatar on December 10, 2022 [Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters]
Messi: ‘The little entertainer’
The state of mind inside the 88,000-limit Lusail Arena was electric on Friday night on account of the Albicelestes fans. Wherever you looked, there were flags embellished with pictures of Messi and Maradona.