Although this Sunday officially began the World Cup Qatar 2022for several months the fans have been beating the greatest football event performing the most characteristic rituals, such as the World Cup figurine album.
As is known, Argentina The contest did not start in the best way after falling in his debut with Saudi Arabia by 2 to 1. Beyond that, expectations are set on this Saturday, in what will be the second match of the group stage, against Mexico.
The one who seems extremely enthusiastic and did not get off the “Scaloneta” is a little boy who stole all the limelight from Twitter after his mom recorded him on video while He named each of the players of the Argentine national team, at only 2 years of age.
“No good my uterus, people”, the user titled the video @termolena to the video, alluding to the “desire” to have a child after the tender images. In the filming, the child can be seen sitting on the bed in front of an extended world album. There, he begins to say each of the names of the players in the “Scaloneta” while their mom is pointing at them.
The video had almost 37,000 “likes” and around 3,000 comments from users who were moved and surprised alike. “Two years, will you?”asked the mother of the boy, nicknamed by the virtual community as “Scaloneta boy”.
“What a shame, I know Messi, Di Maria… and Dibu (for Mostaza)!”; “He recognized Pezzella. I do not identify it even by reading the name”; “Hahaha spectacular”; “Oh, I’m dying with “Tuti” Romero!”; “’I love him strong”; “Tremendous. And I am pleased because I learned the formation of Boca before reading ”, some users wrote.
And others joined: “When he repeats and reaffirms it is the best! Messi”; “What a great guy, he knows more players than half of Twitter”; “I offer myself to inseminate”; “We love you, thank you for the Niño Scaloneta and for raising the birth rate of this great country”; “Because of these things we can’t go back sooner, let’s go cheeeee!!!!”.
World Cup Qatar 2022: Argentina and an anticipated final on Saturday against Mexico
The national team led by Lionel Scaloni will seek to change the face of its debut in the World Cup when it faces Mexico this Saturday, starting at 4:00 p.m., whom it must defeat to continue depending on itself to go to the round of 16.
The Argentine coach analyzes a series of variants for the match given the need to go out and look for the result: they would be between 1 and 4 variants. On the sidewalk in front, Gerardo Martino, Mexico coach, prepare the 11 for Saturday.