Witnessing Messi at the 2026 FIFA World Cup: Scaloni’s Dream

    Lionel Scaloni, manager of the Argentina national team, expressed his vision for the future regarding the continuation of the legendary Paris Saint-Germain player Lionel Messi in the national team and participation in the 2026 World Cup.

    The Argentine star led his country to victory at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after beating his French counterpart 4-2 on penalties after the match ended in a positive draw with three goals in each of the match’s two periods.

    Last night, Monday, the Argentine player was named World Player of the Year 2022 with 52 points, while teammate Kylian Mbappe came in second with 44 points.

    Scaloni: I will see Messi at the 2026 World Cup

    In a press statement, Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni urged the Argentine star to keep going and play for the national team to defend his title at the next World Cup.

    “I see Messi at the 2026 World Cup. Let’s hope he continues,” Scaloni said.

    And the Argentine coach has already pointed out that the presence of a player like Messi in the national team is what requires football fans to continue to enjoy football.

    And if the Argentine continues to play for his country in the upcoming World Cup, he will be 39 years old, which allows him to show an outstanding level, as is characteristic of his unique habit.

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