Argentina vs Spain PREVIEW
So we have another friendly match to look forward to! Are you all excited?? I definitely am! I can`t wait! Riquelme has already promised that he will be watching from the stands! He said he is back with the national team! What do you all think? Would you like to give him a try? Batista has called up D`Allesandro. Do you think he`s capable? I think he has a strong personality and maybe a little too much for messi… He just won the Copa Libertadores with Internacional of Brazil. We have to remember that Messi is an introverted person. And what about Gabriel Milito? Is he capable? We all know that Messi gets along well with him so that`s good…
Here is Argentina`s International Friendly matches so far:
October 8: Japan vs. Argentina (Tokyo)
November 17: Brazil vs. Argentina (Qatar)
February 9: England vs. Argentina
Between the 22nd and 28th of March: U.S.A vs. Argentina (U.S.A)
June 1st – Italy vs. Argentina
Argentina will also play host to the Copa América from the 3rd to the 24th of July.
The following is the list of players that have been called up for the International FIFA Friendly match against Spain on Tuesday September 7 (River Plate stadium):
Arqueros: Sergio Romero (AZ Alkmaar – Holanda), Mariano Andújar (Catania – Italia) y Agustín Marchesín (Lanús – Argentina).
Defensores: Martín Demichelis (Bayern Munich – Alemania), Walter Samuel (Inter- Italia), Nicolás Burdisso (Inter – Italia), Gabriel Heinze (Olimpique de Marsella – Francia), Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City – Inglaterra), Gabriel Milito (Barcelona – España), Javier Zanetti (Inter – Italia).
Mediocampistas: Javier Mascherano (Liverpool – Inglaterra), Fernando Gago (Real Madrid – España), Ever Banega (Valencia – España), Ángel Di María (Real Madrid – España), Esteban Cambiasso (Inter – Italia), Mario Bolatti (Fiorentina – Italia), Andrés D’Alessandro (Inter – Brasil).
Delanteros: Gonzalo Higuaín (Real Madrid – España), Carlos Tevez (Manchester City – Inglaterra), Sergio Agüero (Atlético Madrid – España), Lionel Messi (Barcelona – España), Diego Milito (Inter- Italia) y Ezequiel Lavezzi (Napoli – Italia).
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