Argentina, before its public, faces Peru in the Monumental
The Argentine soccer team will receive this Thursday Ricardo Gareca’s Per, in search of taking a new step to qualify for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, again with the support of the fans at the Monumental stadium.
Argentina, which seeks to take a new step towards Qatar, receives Peru at the Monumental
Di Mara: “Winning the Copa America was the best thing that happened to me in my career”
The current player from Paris Saint German (PSG) and teammate there and in the Argentine team of Lionel Messi, confessed today that the recent obtaining of the Copa America de Brasil 2021 “was the best” that happened to him in his football career, and that the goal for the 1-0 victory obtained at the Maracan stadium on July 10 “was the most important” of his sporting life.
“Having won the Copa America is the best thing that happened to me in my career and the goal against Brazil in the final was the most important of my life. 15 years ago, since I was 16, I have been touring with the Argentine national teams, and what I expected live this moment “, Di Mara confided to the AFA channel.
“After so many years, the happiness of my family, of the entire team, of those of us who go out to the field and the rest that surrounds us every day, is something beautiful, and all for raising this beauty that is the Copa America and what to stay in Argentina forever “, he highlighted.
The 33-year-old from Rosario, who also knew how to win the Champions League with great performances at Real Madrid, assured that after winning the Copa America, every time he hears the “Fideo, Fideo”, with which the Argentine public receives him in the matches of Playoffs, his heart “explodes.”
“Every time I hear the ‘Noodle, Noodle’, my heart explodes. What I’m going through is something unique. And I hope I can score another goal more important than that of the Copa America final within not too long,” he said. in reference to the Qatar World Cup in 2022.
“Here in the national team there is a spectacular atmosphere and that can be seen from the outside too,” he later endorsed, during the interview carried out at the AFA property, in Ezeiza, where the Argentine national team is concentrated waiting for tomorrow’s game against the Per who directs the Argentine coach, Ricardo Gareca.
And regarding this match, Di Mara warned that it would be “complicated because Peru needs the points. But we have to think only about our own and try to continue adding three points to reach the World Cup as soon as possible.”
“And in that regard, the support of the public will continue to help us. We had already experienced his return a bit in Europe, but feeling it with the national team is different, different, more beautiful,” concluded a Di Mara who, after so many thorns, is enjoying the perfume of the recognition of his compatriots, as I always do.