On Thursday Argentina needed to dig out from a deficit to draw 1-1 goal score against Paraguay in a Qatar Football World Cup qualifier at La Bombonera and Lionel Messi had what may have been a triumphant goal refused in the second half of the qualifier match. Nicolas Gonzalez’s goal brought Argentina back level after Romero’s penalty shot put Paraguay in front of the Boca Youngsters stadium, where fans were not there because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The outcome closes Argentina’s ideal beginning in their offer to meet all requirements for the 2022 world cup finals in Qatar, after Argentina guaranteed restricted successes a month ago at home to a Ecuador national team and away to Bolivia. Nicolas Gonzalez leveled in Argentina four minutes before 1st half-time when he takes a great header from a corner kick of Giovani Lo Celso.
In the wake of coordinating the home side for the initial time frame Paraguay were in the back foot for the second half in the Boca Youngsters stadium, void in light of the Covid pandemic. Argentina thought they had started to lead the game following an hour when Lionel Messi side footed home, yet the goal was chalked off for a previous encroachment inside their own a large portion of that was gotten by the Video Assistant Referee.
On the other side, a Paraguana player had taken a shot then it goes to a penalty turned down after the ball hit the arm of Nicolas Otamendi, a center back player who bemoaned Argentina’s best luck after the game. Nicolas Otamendi said that, “I think in the main half we were somewhat awkward with the high pressure however when we figured out how to pass the ball about and discover spaces we spent nearly the whole second half time in the field”.
The outcome implies that the two sides stay unbeaten after the initial three of their 18-game journey to arrive at the finals in Qatar. The top four groups in the South American qualify of ten groups segment naturally make the finals, and the 5th no team directly goes into an inter-regional playoffs.