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“Was Really Frustrated..:” Lionel Messi Reacts To Missing Penalty Against Poland

Despite missing a penalty -- his 39th career failure from the spot -- the Argentina captain said he was "happy" with this "big match"

Lionel Messi accepts Diego Maradona would be “very cheerful” after he drove Argentina into the World Cup keep going 16 on Wednesday on account of a 2-0 win over Poland. Messi turned into his nation’s most coveted player at the competition with a 22nd appearance outperforming his incredible countryman who passed on a little more than quite a while back. “I learned it as of late, I didn’t have any acquaintance with it. It’s a joy to have the option to keep on accomplishing these sorts of records. I figure Diego would be really glad for me since he generally showed me a ton of friendship, he was consistently cheerful when things worked out in a good way for me,” said Messi.

In spite of missing a punishment – – his 39th vocation disappointment from the spot – – the Argentina skipper said he was “cheerful” with this “enormous match”. “We accomplished our most memorable goal, which was to escape the gathering in the wake of beginning the manner in which we did (a shock 2-1 misfortune against Saudi Arabia),” said Messi.

“I was truly baffled to have missed the punishment since I realize that an objective could change the entire match, that it makes you play another way. Yet, I believe that from the punishment I missed, the group came out more grounded.”

Messi, who actually needs a World Cup victor’s decoration to solidify his heritage as one of the game’s most prominent players, accepts Argentina is climbing through the cogwheels with perfect timing. “After the principal objective, everything turned out well for us. We began doing again the thing we had been attempting to do starting from the beginning of the World Cup, which we hadn’t had the option to accomplish in light of multiple factors.

“Having had the option to do it today, gives us certainty for what’s to come.”

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Next up for Argentina is a last-16 conflict against Australia on Saturday.

“We realize that now all that will be undeniably challenging. That whoever the adversary, it will be convoluted. We have seen as of late, completely on our own, that any rival can play a decent game and dominate.”