How many matches Argentina is unbeaten now?
FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifiers: Lionel Messi was on the scoresheet as Argentina registered a 3-0 win over Venezuela. Lionel Messi scored on his return to the national team as Argentina stretched their world-leading unbeaten run to 30 matches with a routine 3-0 World Cup qualifying win over Venezuela on Friday.
When did Argentina lost a match?
Argentina played only one game at the next World Cup in Italy in 1934. The tournament format was a knockout tournament, and Argentina lost its only match 3–2 to Sweden. Argentina would not participate in the 1938 World Cup in France, the last before World War II.
What is Argentina’s biggest defeat?
Argentina national football team
|Czechoslovakia 6–1 Argentina (Helsingborg, Sweden; 15 June 1958) Bolivia 6–1 Argentina (La Paz, Bolivia; 1 April 2009) Spain 6–1 Argentina (Madrid, Spain; 27 March 2018)|
|Appearances||17 (first in 1930)|
How many wins did Argentina have?
Argentina is one of the most successful national football teams in the world, having won two World Cups in 1978 and 1986. Argentina has been runners up three times: in 1930, 1990 and 2014. The team was present in all but four of the World Cups, being behind only Brazil, Italy and Germany in number of appearances.
When did Argentina last loose?
Their first loss since July 3rd, 2019 would come after the FIFA 2022 world cup tournament. They are on a run that would see them become the Champions of the world in 2022 with the greatest player to ever play the game, Lionel Messi, winning the best player of the tournament and subsequently his 8th Ballon D’Or.
Is Argentina in World Cup 2022?
Defending Copa America champion and two-time World champion Argentina will open its FIFA World Cup 2022 campaign against Saudi Arabia with the Albicelestes being the clear favourites to win. This will be Argentina’s 13th consecutive World Cup appearance having participated in each edition since 1974 in Germany.
When did Argentina won last trophy?
|Runner-up||2016 USA, 2015 Chile, 2007 Venezuela, 2004 Peru, 1967 Uruguay, 1959 Ecuador, 1942 Uruguay, 1935 Peru, 1926 Chile, 1924 Uruguay, 1923 Uruguay, 1920 Chile, 1917 Uruguay, 1916 Argentina|
|Pan American Games||Winner||1971, 1959, 1955, 1951|