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Thursday, 10 November 2016

Football World Cup Qualifiers: Argentina vs Brazil

With the expected return of Lionel Messi, the Argentine soccer team will face Brazil in Belo Horizonte in search of a victory that will serve as a springboard to the highly questioned beginning of the cycle of Edgardo Bauza and clear the ghosts on the thorny road to the World Cup Russia.

They are Brazil and Argentina, and the names, by themselves, say it all, but the particularities of this party that will play in the Mineirao add a lot of fabric to cut.

From 20:45 (Argentine time) the fire will open in the traditional Governador Magalhaes Pinto Stadium, for the eleventh date of the South American Qualifiers, with arbitration by the Chilean Julio Bascuñán.

Argentina is sixth, that is, outside the World Cup and even the repechage, "much is missing," is said and is true, as much as it is missing less than before.

An eventual defeat would leave more out than today, of course, with (just) seven dates ahead and five days of a difficult compromise, with Colombia in San Juan. The rival is one of the best and the appointment would not be reached, if appropriate, under the best circumstances.

Obviously, a positive resolution in the most anticipated mourning would position better, restore confidence and open the floodgates to renewed hope.

Lionel Messi returns, the best news to try to reverse the cycle of three consecutive appearances without triumphs, in the Eliminations, and the exit of an unexpected fall like local against Paraguay.

Brazil straightened since taking the helm Tite, after the overthrow of Dunga, has four wins in a row, lost only in the first date in Chile, and looks at all from above.

Neymar is in the best of his moments and there are apparitions such as those of Renato Augusto and Gabriel Jesus who provided the desired solutions.

The words are over, the game is coming, they are Brazil and Argentina, all said with the names, the superclass of South America and the world, football in the highest of its expressions.