History of Argentina in World Cups against National Teams already qualified for Qatar 2022

06-10-2022

So far, there are 30 teams qualified for Qatar 2022 (including Argentina). Next, a review of all the matches that the national team played against these countries in the framework of the World Cups.

Argentina–Germany

Seven games in total, with one win, two draws and four losses.

Argentina 1 – Germany 3

Sunday June 8, 1958 – Malmö – Malmö Stadium

Argentina : Amadeo Carrizo; Francisco Lombardo, Pedro Dellacha (C), Federico Vairo; Nestor Rossi, Jose Varacka; Omar Oreste Corbatta, Eliseo Prado, Norberto Menendez, Alfredo Rojas, and Osvaldo Cruz. DT: Guillermo Stabile.

Germany : Fritz Herkenrath; Herbert Erhardt, Erich Juskowiak, Georg Stollenwerk; Horst Eckel, Horst Szymaniak, Fritz Walter, Alfred Schmidt; Helmut Rahn, Hans Schaefer (C) and Uwe Seeler. DT: Sepp Herberger.

Goal in the first half : 3m Omar Oreste Corbatta (ARG), 33m Helmut Rahn (ALE) and 42m Uwe Seeler (ALE).

Goal in the second  half : 34m Helmut Rahn (ALE).

Referee : Reg Leafe (England).

Spectators : 31,000.

 

Germany 0 – Argentina 0

Saturday 16th July 1966 – Birmingham – Villa Park

Argentina : Antonio Rome; Oscar Ferreiro, Roberto Perfumo, Rafael Albrecht, Silvio Marzolini; Jorge Solari, Antonio Rattín (C), Alberto González; Luis Artime, Ermindo Onega and Oscar Mas. DT: Juan Carlos Lorenzo

Germany : Hans Tilkowski; Horst-Dieter Hoettges, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Willi Schulz. Wolfgang Weber; Franz Beckenbauer, Albert Bruells, Helmut Haller, Wolfgang Overath; Uwe Seeler (C) and Sigi Held. DT: Helmut Schoen.

Incidents : 20m ST dismissed Rafael Albrecht (A).

Referee : Konstantin Zecevic (Yugoslavia).

Spectators : 51,000.

 

Germany 2 – Argentina 3

Sunday June 29, 1986 – Mexico City – Azteca Stadium

Argentina : Nery Pumpido; Joseph Cuciuffo, Joseph Brown, Oscar Ruggeri; Ricardo Giusti, Jorge Burruchaga, Sergio Batista, Hector Enrique, Julio Olarticoechea (45m ST Marcelo Trobbiani); Diego Maradona (C) and Jorge Valdano. DT: Charles Billiards.

Germany : Harald Schumacher; Thomas Berthold, Karl-Heinz Foerster, Ditmar Jakobs, Hans-Peter Briegel, Andreas Brehme; Norbert Eder, Felix Magath (17m ST Dieter Hoeness), Lothar Matthaeus; Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Klaus Allofs (45m PT Rudi Völler). DT: Franz Beckenbauer.

Goal in the first half : 23m José Brown (ARG).

Goals in the second  half : 11m Jorge Valdano (ARG), 29m Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (ALE), 36m Rudi Völler (ALE) and 38m Jorge Burruchaga (ARG).

Referee : Romualdo Arppi Filho (Brazil).

Spectators : 114,000.

 

Argentina 0 – Germany 1

Sunday July 8, 1990 – Rome – Olympic Stadium

Argentina : Sergio Goycochea; Jose Serrizuela, John Simon, Oscar Ruggeri (45m PT Peter Monsoon); Pedro Troglio, Robert Sensini, Jose Basualdo, Nestor Lawrence, Jorge Burruchaga (8m ST Gabriel Calderon); Diego Armando Maradona (C) and Gustavo Dezotti. DT: Charles Billiards.

Germany : Bodo Illgner; Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Kohler, Klaus Augenthaler, Guido Buchwald, Thomas Berthold (28m ST Stefan Reuter); Pierre Littbarski, Thomas Hassler, Lothar Matthäus (C); Rudi Völler and Jürgen Klinsmann. DT: Franz Beckenbauer.

Goal in the second  half : 40m Andreas Brehme (ALE).

Referee : Edgardo Codesal Méndez (Uruguay/Mexico).

Spectators : 73,000.

 

Germany 1 (4) – Argentina 1 (2)

Friday June 30, 2006 – Berlin – Olympic Stadium

Germany : Jens Lehmann; Philipp Lahm, Christoph Metzelder, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich; Bastian Schweinsteiger (29m ST Tim Borowski), Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack (C), Bernd Schneider (17m ST David Odonkor); Miroslav Klose (41m ST Oliver Neuville) and Lukas Podolski. DT: Juergen Klinsmann.

Argentina : Roberto Abbondanzieri (26m ST Leonardo Franco); Fabricio Coloccini, Robert Ayala, Gabriel Heinze, John Paul Sorin (C); Luis Gonzalez, Javier Mascherano, Maximilian Rodriguez; Juan Roman Riquelme (27m ST Stephen Cambiasso); Hernan Crespo (34m ST July Cross) and Carlos Tevez. DT: Jose Pekerman.

Goals in the second  half : 4m Roberto Ayala (ARG) and 35m Miroslav Klose (ALE).

Definition by penalties : converted Oliver Neuville (ALE), Michael Ballack (ALE), Lukas Podolski (ALE), Tim Borowski (ALE), Julio Cruz (ARG) and Maximiliano Rodríguez (ARG). Roberto Ayala (ARG) and Esteban Cambiasso (ARG) missed their penalties.

Referee : Lubos Michel (Slovakia).

Spectators : 72,000.

 

Argentina 0 – Germany 4

Saturday July 3, 2010 – Cape Town – Cape Town Stadium

Argentina : Sergio Rosemary; Nicolas Otamendi, Nicolas Burdisso, Martin Demichelis and Gabriel Heinze; Angel Di Maria, Javier Mascherano (C), Maximilian Rodriguez; Gonzalo Higuain, Lionel Messi and Carlos Tevez. DT: Diego Maradona

Germany : Manuel Neuer; Philipp Lahm (C), Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich; Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mesut Ozil; Thomas Mueller, Lukas Podolski and Miroslav Klose. DT: Joachim Loew.

Goal in the first half : 3m Thomas Mueller (ALE).

Goals in the second  half : 23m Miroslav Klose (ALE), 29m Arne Friedrich and 44m Miroslav Klose (ALE).

Referee : Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan).

Spectators : 64,100.

 

Germany 1 – Argentina 0

Sunday, July 13, 2014– Rio de Janeiro – Maracana Stadium

Germany : Manuel Neuer; Benedikt Höwedes, Mats Hummels, Jérôme Boateng; Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mesut Ozil, Philipp Lahm (C), Toni Kroos, Christoph Kramer; Miroslav Klose and Thomas Mueller. DT: Joachim Loew.

Argentina : Sergio Romero; Pablo Zabaleta, Ezequiel Garay, Martin Demichelis, Marcos Rojo; Enzo Pérez, Lucas Biglia, Javier Mascherano, Ezequiel Lavezzi; Lionel Messi and Gonzalo Higuain. DT: Alejandro Sabella.

Goal in the second extra time : 8m Mario Götze

Referee : Nicola Rizzoli (Italy).

Viewers : 74,738.

 

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Argentina–Ecuador

There is no history of this confrontation.

 

Argentina–Spain

One match in total, with one win.

 

Argentina 2 – Spain 1

Wednesday 13th July 1966 – Birmingham – Villa Park

Argentina : Antonio Rome; Oscar Ferreiro, Rafael Albrecht, Roberto Perfumo, Silvio Marzolini; Antonio Rattin (C), Jorge Solari; Alberto González, Luis Artime, Ermindo Onega and Oscar Mas. DT: Juan Carlos Lorenzo.

Spain : Jose Iribar; Manuel Sanchis, Eladio; Luis Del Sol, Zoco, Luis Suarez, Gallego, Pirri; Jose Ufarte, Francisco Gento (C) and Joaquin Peiro.

Goals in the second half : 20m Luis Artime (A), 26m Pirri (E) and 34m Luis Artime.

Referee : Rumanchev (Bulgaria).

Spectators : 48.00.

 

Argentina – Belgica

Three games in total, with 2 wins and one loss.

 

Argentina 0 – Belgium 1

Sunday June 13, 1982 – Barcelona – Camp Nou Stadium

Argentina:  Ubaldo Fillol; Luis Galván, Jorge Olguín, Daniel Passarella (C), Alberto Tarantini; Osvalo Ardiles, Américo Gallego, Diego Maradona; Daniel Bertoni, Ramón Díaz (18m ST Jorge Valdano) and Mario Kempes. DT: Cesar Menotti.

Belgium:  Jean-Marie Pfaff; Eric Gerets (C), Luc Millecamps, Marc Baecke, Maurits De Schrijver; Frank Vercauteren, Ludo Coeck: Erwin Vandenbergh, Jan Ceulemans, Guy Vandersmissen, and Alex Czerniatynski. DT: Guy Thys.

Second Half Goals:  17m Erwin Vandenbergh (B)

Referee:  Vojtech Christov (Slovakia)

Spectators:  95,000
 

Argentina 2 – Belgium 0

Wednesday, June 25, 1986 – Mexico City – Estadio Azteca

Argentina:  Nery Pumpido; José Brown, José Cuciuffo, Julio Olarticoechea, Oscar Ruggeri; Sergio Batista, Jorge Burruchaga, Diego Maradona (C), Héctor Enrique, Ricardo Giusti; George Valdano. DT: Carlos Bilardo.

Belgium:  Jean-Marie Pfaff; Eric Gerets, Michel Renquin (9m ST Philippe Desmet), Georges Grun, Stephane Demol, Patrick Vervoort; Frank Vercauteren, Enzo Scifo, Jan Ceulemans (C); Nico Claesen and Daniel Veyt. DT: Guy Thys.

Goals in the second half:  6m Diego Maradona (A) and 17m Diego Maradona (A)

Referee:  Antonio Márquez (Mexico)

Spectators:  110,000

Argentina 1 – Belgium 0

Saturday, July 5, 2014 – Brasilia – Mané Garrincha National Stadium

Argentina:  Sergio Romero; Ezequiel Garay, Pablo Zabaleta, Martín Demichelis, José Basanta; Lucas Biglia, Ángel Di María (33m PT Enzo Pérez), Javier Mascherano; Gonzalo Higuain (36m ST Fernando Gago), Lionel Messi (C) and Ezequiel Lavezzi (26m ST Rodrigo Palacio). DT: Alejandro Sabella.

Belgium:  Thibaut Courtois; Toby Alderweireld, Vincent Kompany (C), Jan Vertonghen, Daniel van Buyten; Axel Witsel, Kevin De Bruyne, Marouane Fellaini, Eden Hazard (30m ST Nacer Chadli); Kevin Mirallas (15m ST Dries Mertens), Divock Origi (14m ST Romelu Lukaku). DT: Marc Wilmots.

Goals in the first half:  8m Gonzalo Higuaín (A)

Referee:  Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)

Spectators: 68.000

 

Argentina – Netherlands

Five games in total, with one win, two draws and two losses.

 

Argentina 0 – Netherlands 4

Wednesday, June 26, 1974 – Gelsenkirchen – Parkstadion

Argentina:  Daniel Carnevali; Ramon Heredia, Robert Perfume (C), Francisco Sa, Carlos Squeo, Henry Wolff (1m ST Ruben Garcia); Robert Telch; Ruben Ayala, Augustin Balbuena, Rene Houseman (1m ST Mario Kempes) and Hector Yazalde. DT: Vladislao Cape

Netherlands:  Jan Jongbloed; Ruud Kroll, Wim Rijsbergen, Wim Suurbier (39m ST Renus Israel); Arie Haan, Wim Van Hanegem, Wim Jansen, Johan Neeskens; Johan Cruyff (C), Rob Rensenbrink and Johnny Rep. DT: Rinus Michels

Goals in the first half:  10m Johan Cruyff (H) and 25m Ruud Krol (H)

Goals in the second half:  28m Johnny Rep (H) and 45m Johan Cruyff

Referee: Bob Davidson (Scotland)

Spectators:  55,000

Argentina 3 – Holland 1

Sunday June 25, 1978 – Buenos Aires – Antonio Vespucio Liberti
Argentina:  Ubaldo Fillol; Luis Galvan, Jorge Olguin, Daniel Passarella (C), Alberto Tarantini; Osvaldo Ardiles (20m ST Omar Larrosa), Américo Gallego; Daniel Bertoni, Mario Kempes, Leopoldo Luque y Oscar Ortíz (29m ST Rene Houseman). DT: Cesar Menotti.

Holland:  Jan Jongbloed; Jan Poortvliet, Ruud Krol (C), Ernie Brandts; Wim Jansen (27m ST Wim Suurbier), Arie Haan, Willy Van De Kerkhof, Johan Neeskens; Rene Van De Kerkhof, Rob Rensenbrink, Johnny Rep (14m ST Dick Nanninga) . DT: Ernst Happel.

Goles en el primer tiempo:  38m Mario Kempes (A)

Goles en el segundo tiempo:  37m Dick Nanninga (H)

Goles en el tiempo suplementario:  5m Mario Kempes (A) y 16m Daniel Bertoni (A)

Árbitro : Serio Gonella (Italia)

Spectators : 70,000

Argentina 1 – Netherlands 2

Saturday 4 July 1998 – Marseille – Orange Stadium Velodrome

Argentina:  Carlos Roa; Roberto Ayala, Jose Chamot (44m ST Abel Balbo), Roberto Sensini, Javier Zanetti; Matthias Almeida (23m ST Maurice Pineda), Diego Simeone (C), Juan Sebastian Veron; Claudio Lopez, Gabriel Batistuta and Ariel Ortega. DT: Daniel Passarella.

Holland:  Edwin Van Der Sar; Michael Reiziger, Jap Stam, Frank De Boer (C), Arthur Numan; Wim Jonk, Ronald De Boer (19m ST Marc Overmars), Phillip Cocu, Edgar Davids; Dennis Bergkamp, ​​Patrick Kluivert. DT: Gus Hiddink.

Goals in the first half:  12m Patrick Kluivert (H) and 17m Claudio Lopez (A).

Goals in the second half: 44m Dennis Bergkamp (H).

Incidents:  31m ST sent off Arthur Numan (H) and 42m ST sent off Ariel Ortega (A).

Referee:  Artuo Brizio Carter (Mexico).

Spectators:  55,000.

Argentina 0 – Netherlands 0

Wednesday, June 21, 2006 – Frankfurt – Deutsche Bank Park Stadium

Argentina:  Roberto Abbondanzieri; Roberto Ayala (C), Gabriel Milito, Leandro Cufre, Nicholas Burdisso (24m PT Fabricio Coloccini); Stephen Cambiasso, Javier Mascherano, John Roman Riquelme (35m ST Paul Aimar), Maximiliano Rodriguez; Carlos Tevez and Lionel Messi (25m ST Julius Cross). DT: Joseph Pekerman.

The Netherlands: Edwin Van Der Sar (C); Kew Jaliens, Khalid Boulahrouz, Andre Ooijer, Tim De Cler; Phillip Cocu, Rafael Van Der Vaart, Wesley Sneijder (41m ST Hedwiges Maduro); Dirk Kuyt, Ruud Van Nistelrooij (11m ST Ryan Babel) y Robin Van Persie (22m ST Denny Landzaat). DT: Marco Van Basten.

Árbitro:  Luis Medina Cantalejo (España)

Espectadores:  48.000

Argentina 0 (4) – Holanda 0 (2)

Miércoles 9 de julio de 2014 – San Pablo – Arena de São Paulo

Argentina:  Sergio Romero; Ezequiel Garay, Pablo Zabaleta, Martin Demichelis, Marcos Rojo; Lucas Biglia, Enzo Perez (36m ST Rodrigo Palacio), Javier Mascherano; Gonzalo Higuain (37m ST Sergio Aguero), Lionel Messi (C) y Ezequiel Lavezzi (11m Tiempo Suplementario Maximiliano Rodriguez). DT: Alejandro Sabella.

Holland: Jasper Cillessen; Ron Vlaar, Stefan de Vrij, Bruno Martins Indi (1m ST Daryl Janmaat), Daley Blind; Nigel De Jong (17m ST Jordy Clasie), Wesley Sneijder, Georginio Wijnaldum; Robin Van Persie (C) (6m Tiempo Suplementario Klaas Jan Huntelaar), Arjen Robben y Dirk Kuyt. DT: Louis Van Gaal.

Árbitro: Cuneyt  Cakir (Turquia)

Espectadores:  63,000

 

Argentina – Croatia

Two games in total, with one win and one loss.

 

Argentina 1- Croatia 0

Friday June 26, 1998 – Bordeaux- Jacques Chaban-Delmas Stadium 

Argentina:  Carlos Roa; Roberto Ayala, Mauricio Pineda, Pablo Paz, Nelson Vivas, Javier Zanetti (22m ST Diego Simeone); Matías Almeyda, Juan Verón, Marcelo Gallardo (35m ST Sergio Berti); Gabriel Batistuta (C), Ariel Ortega (7m ST Claudio López). DT: Daniel Pasarella.

Croatia :  Drazen Ladic; Slaven Bilic, Zvonimir Soldo, Dario Simic; Aljosa Asanovic, Robert Prosinecki (22m ST Igor Stimac), Zvonimir Boban (C), Silvio Maric (ST Goran Vlaovic), Mario Stanic, Robert Jarni; Davor Suker. DT: Miroslav Blazevic. 

Goal in the first half:  36m Mauricio Pineda (A).
Referee:  Said Belqola (Morocco).

Spectators:  31,800.

 

Argentina 0 – Croatia 3

Thursday, June 21, 2018 – Nizhny Novgorod – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium 

Argentina:  Wilfredo Caballero; Gabriel Mercado, Nicolas Tagliafico, Nicolas Otamendi; Marcos Acuña, Javier Mascherano, Enzo Pérez (23m ST Paulo Dybala), Eduardo Salvio (11m ST Cristian Pavón); Lionel Messi (C), Maximiliano Meza, Sergio Aguero (9m ST Gonzalo Higuain). DT: Jorge Sampaoli. 

Croatia:  Danijel Subasic; Sime Vrsaljko, Ivan Strinić, Dejan Lovren, Domagoj Vida; Ivan Perisic (37m ST Mateo Kovacic), Ivan Rakitic, Luka Modric (C), Marcelo Brozovic, Ante Rebic (12m ST Andrej Kramaric); Mario Mandzukic (48m ST Vedran Corluka). DT: Zlatko Dalic. 

Goals in the second half:  8m Ante Rebic (C), 35m Luka Modric (C) and 46m Ivan Rakitic (C). 

Referee:  Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan).
Spectators:  44,190.

 

Argentina – England

Five games in total, with one win, one draw and three losses.

 

Argentina 1- England 3

Saturday June 2, 1962- Rancagua- El Teniente Stadium

Argentina:  Antonio Rome; Silvio Marzolini, Raul Paez, Ruben Navarro (C), Vladislao Cap; Federico Sacchi, Antonio Rattin; Jose Sanfilippo, Raul Bethlehem, Ruben Sosa, John Oleniak. DT: John Charles Lawrence. 

Inglaterra: Ron Springett; Jimmy Armfield, Ray Wilson, Maurice Norman, Bobby Moore; Ron Flowers; Jimmy Greaves, John Haynes (C), Bobby Charlton, Bryan Douglas, Alan Peacock. DT: Walter Winterbottom.

First Half Goals : 17m Ron Flowers (L), 42m Bobby Charlton (L)

Goals in the second half:  22m Jimmy GREAVES (I), 36m José Sanfilippo (A).

Archbishop:  Nikolai Latychev (Russia).

Viewers:  9,794.

 

Argentina 0- England 1 

Saturday July 23, 1966- London- Wembley Stadium 

Argentina:  Antonio Rome; Roberto Perfumo, Silvio Marzolini, Oscar Ferrero; Antonio Rattin (C), Rafael Albrecht; Jorge Solari, Alberto González, Luis Artime, Ermindo Onega, Oscar Más. DT: Juan Carlos Lorenzo.  

Inglaterra: Gordon Banks; George Cohen, Ray Wilson, Jack Charlton, Bobby Moore (C); Nobby Stiles, Alan Ball, Martin Peters; Bobby Charlton, Geoff Hurst, Roger Hunt. DT: Alf Ramsey.

Goals in the second half:  33m Geoff Hurst (I) Incidents:  35m PT sent off Antonio Rattin (A)

Referee:  Rudolf Kreitlein (Germany).

Spectators:  90,500.

 

Argentina 2- England 1 

Sunday June 22, 1986- Mexico City- Azteca Stadium 

Argentina:  Nery Pumpido; José Brown, José Cuciuffo, Julio Olarticoechea, Oscar Ruggeri; Sergio Batista, Jorge Burruchaga (30m ST Carlos Tapia), Diego Maradona (C), Héctor Enrique, Ricardo Giusti; George Valdano. DT: Carlos Bilardo.  

Inglaterra: Peter Shilton (C); Gary Stevens, Kenny Sansom, Terry Butcher, Terry Fenwick; Glenn Hoddle, Peter Reid (24m ST Chris Waddle), Trevor Steven (29m ST John Barnes), Steve Hodge; Gary Lineker, Peter Beardsley. DT: Bobby Robson.

Goals in the second half:  6m and 9m Diego Maradona (A); 35m Gary Lineker (I).
Referee:  Ali Bennaceur (Tunisia).

Spectators:  114,580.

 

Argentina 2 (4) – England 2 (3)

Martes 30 de junio 1998- Saint-Étienne- Geoffroy Guichard

Argentina:  Carlos Roa; Robert Ayala, Jose Chamot, Nelson Vivas, Javier Zanetti; Matthias Almeida, Diego Simeone (C) (46m ST Sergio Berti), Ariel Ortega, Juan Veron; Claudio Lopez (23m ST Marcelo Gallardo), Gabriel Batistuta (23m ST Hernan Crespo). DT: Daniel Passarella.

Inglaterra: David Seaman; Sol Campbell, Graeme Le Saux (26m ST Gareth Southgate), Tony Adams, Gary Neville; Paul Ince, David Beckham, Darren Anderton (52m ST David Batty); Paul Scholes (33m ST Paul Merson); Alan Shearer (C), Michael Owen. DT: Glenn Hoddle.

Goals in the first half:  6m Gabriel Batistuta (penalty) (A); 10m Alan Shearer (penalty) (L), 16m Michael Owen (L), 46m Javier Zanetti (A).

Definition by penalties:  Sergio Berti, Juan Verón, Marcelo Gallardo and Roberto Ayala converted for Argentina. David Seaman saved Crespo’s penalty. For England Alan Shearer, Paul Merson and Michael Owen converted. Carlos Roa saved penalties from Paul Ince and David Batty. 

Incidents : 2m ST expelled David Beckham (I).

Referee:  Kim Milton (Denmark).

Spectators:  30,600.

 

Argentina 0 – England 1

Friday June 7, 2002- Sapporo- Sapporo Dome

Argentina:  Pablo Cavallero; Mauricio Pochettino, Walter Samuel, Diego Placente; Juan Sorín, Javier Zanetti, Ariel Ortega, Juan Verón (C) (ST Pablo Aimar), Diego Simeone; Gabriel Batistuta (15m ST Hernán Crespo), Cristian González (19m ST Claudio López). DT: Marcelo Bielsa.
England:  David Seaman; Danny Mills, Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand, Sol Campbell; David Beckham (C), Paul Scholes, Owen Hargreaves (19m Trevor Sinclair), Nicky Butt; Michael Owen (35m ST Wayne Bridge), Emile Heskey (9m ST Teddy Sheringham). DT: Eriksson Sven Goran.
Goal in the first half:  44m David Beckham (penalty).

Referee:  Pierluigi Collina (Italy).

Viewers:  35,927.  

 

Argentina–Switzerland

Two games in total, with two wins.

 

Argentina 2 – Switzerland 0

Tuesday 19th July 1966- Sheffield- Hillsborough Stadium 

Argentina:  Antonio Rome; Roberto Perfumo, Oscar Calics, Silvio Marzolini, Oscar Ferreiro; Antonio Rattin (C); Jorge Solari, Alberto Gonzalez, Luis Artime, Ermindo Onega, Oscar More. DT: Juan Carlos Lorenzo.

Switzerland:  Leo Eichmann; Kurt Ambruster, Rene Brodmann (C), Hans-Ruedi Fuhrer, Xavier Stierli; Heinz Baeni, Koebi Kuhn; Vittore Gottardi, Robert Hosp, Fritz Kuenzli, Rene Quentin. DT: Alfredo Foni.
Goals in the second half:  8m Luis Artime (A), 36m Ermindo Onega (A).

Referee:  Joaquim Fernandes Fields (Portugal).

Spectators:  32,127.

 

Argentina 1 – Switzerland 0 

Tuesday, July 1, 2014- São Paulo- Neo Quimica Arena 

Argentina:  Sergio Rosemary; Ezekiel Garay, Pablo Zabaleta, Red Mark (16m PTS Jose Basanta), Federico Fernandez; Fernando Gago (STS Lucas Biglia), Angel Di Maria, Javier Mascherano; Gonzalo Higuain, Lionel Messi (C), Ezequiel Lavezzi (29m ST Rodrigo Palace). DT: Alexander Sabella.

Switzerland:  Diego Benaglio; Stephan Lichtsteiner, Ricardo Rodriguez, Johan Djourou, Fabian Schär; Gokhan Inler (C), Granite Heir (21m ST Gelson Fernandes), Valon Behrami, Xherdan Shaqiri; Admir Mehmedi (23m PTS), Josip Drmic (37m ST Haris Seferovic). DT: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

Goal in extra time:  13m ST Ángel Di María (A)

Referee:  Jonas Eriksson  (Sweden).

Viewers:  63,255.

Argentina – Serbia Agame in total, with a victory.

Argentina 6 – Serbia and Montenegro 0 Thursday June 16, 2006 – Gelsenkirchen – Veltins-Arena

Argentina: Roberto Abbondanzieri; Nicholas Burdisso, Robert Ayala, Gabriel Heinze; John Paul Sorin (C); Luis Gonzalez (17m PT Esteban Cambiasso), Javier Mascherano, Maximilian Rodriguez (30M ST Lionel Messi); John Roman Riquelme; Javier Saviola (13m ST Tevez 58) and Hernan Crespo. DT: Jose Pekerman

Serbia and Montenegro: Dragoslav Jevric; Igor Duljaj, Goran Gavrancic, Mladen Krstajic, Milan Dudic; Albert Nadj (1m ST Ivan Ergic), Dejan Stankovic, Predrag Djordjevic, Ognjen Koroman (4, ST Danijel Ljuboja); Savo Milosevic (C) (25M ST Zvonimir Vukic) and Mateja Kezman.

Goals in the first half:  6 and 41m Maximiliano Rodríguez (A) and 31m Esteban Cambiasso (A).  

Goals in the second half:  33m Hernán Crespo (A), 39m Carlos Tevez (A) and 43m Lionel Messi (A).

Referee:  Roberto Rosetti (Italy).

Spectators:  52,000.

     Argentina - France  Three matches in total, with one win and two defeats.  Argentina 1 – France 0Tuesday, July 15, 1930 - Montevideo, Central ParkArgentina: Angel Bossio; Jose Della Torre, Ramon Muttis, John Evaristo, Luis Monti, Arico Suarez; Natalio Perinetti, Pancho Varallo, Manuel Ferreira (C), Roberto Cherro and Mario Evaristo.

France:  Alex Thépot; Marcel Capelle, Etienne Mattles; Augustin Chantrel, Marcel Pinel, Alex Villaplane (C); Ernest Libérati, Edmond Delfour, André Maschinot, Jean Laurent and Marcel Langiller.

Goals in the second half:  36m Luis Monti (A).

Referee:  Rege (Brazil)

Spectators:  18,000.

 

Argentina 2 – France 1 Tuesday, June 6, 1978 – Buenos Aires – Monumental Stadium

Argentina:  Ubaldo Fillol; Luis Galván, Jorge Olguín, Daniel Passarella (C), Alberto Tarantini; Osvaldo Ardiles, Américo Gallego, René Houseman, José Valencia (18m ST Norberto Alonso; 27m ST Oscar Ortiz); Mario Alberto Kempes and Leopoldo Luque. DT: Cesar Luis Menotti.

France:  Jean-Paul Bertrand Demanes (13m ST Dominique Baratelli); Patrick Battiston, Maxime Bossis, Christian Lopez, Marius Tresor (C); Dominique Bathenay, Henri Michel, Michel Platini; Bernard Lacombe, Dominique Rocheteau and Didier Six. DT: Michel Hidaldo.

Goal in the first half:  45m Daniel Passarella (A), from a penalty.

Goals in the second half:  15m Michel Platini (F) and 28m Leopoldo Luque (A).

Referee:  Jean Dubach (Switzerland).

Spectators:  77,000

 

Argentina 3 – France 4 Saturday June 30, 2018 – Kazan – Kazan Arena

Argentina: Franco Armani; Gabriel Mercado, Nicolás Otamendi, Marcos Rojo (1m ST Federico Fazio), Nicolás Tagliafico; Enzo Pérez (21m ST Sergio Agüero), Javier Mascherano, Éver Banega; Cristian Pavón (30m ST Maximiliano Meza), Lionel Messi (C) and Ángel Di María. DT: Jorge Sampaoli.

France: Hugo Lloris (C); Benjamin Pavar, Raphaël Varane, Samuel Umtiti, Lucas Hernández; Paul Pogba, N’Golo Kanté, Blaise Matuidi (30m ST Corentin Tolisso); Kylian Mbappé (44m ST Florin Thauvin), Antoine Griezmann (28M ST Nabil Fekir) y Olivier Giroud. DT: Didier Deschamps.

Goals in the first half:  13m Antoine Griezmann penalty (F) and 41m Ángel Di María (A).

Goals in the second half:  3m Gabriel Mercado (A), 12m Benjamin Pavard (F), 19m and 23m Kylian Mbappé (F) and 48m Sergio Agüero (A).

Referee:  Alireza Faghani (Iran).

Viewers:  42,873.

    Argentina -Brazil  Four games in total, with 2 wins, a draw and a loss.  Argentina 1 – Brazil 2Sunday June 30, 1974 - Niedersachsenstadion - Hannover

Argentina : Daniel Carnevali; Ruben Glaria, Ramon Heredia, Francisco Sa (1m ST Jorge Carrascosa), Angel Bargas; Charles Squeo, Charles Babington, Michael Brindisi (c); Ruben Ayala, Augustine Balbuena and Mario Kempes (1m ST Rene Houseman). DT: Vladislao Cap.

  Brazil:  Leon; Zé Maria, Luis Pereira, M.Marinho (c), F.Marinho; Cesar Carpegiani, Rivelino, Dirceu, Valdomiro; Jairzinho and Paulo Cesar Lima. DT: Zagallo. Goals in the first time:  32m Rivelino (B) and 35m Miguel Brindisi (A).  Goal in the second half:  3m Jairzinho (B). Referee:  Vital Loraux (Belgium). Spectators:  39,000.
  Argentina 0 – Brazil 0 Sunday, June 18, 1978 - Rosario, Rosario Stadium.
  Argentina:   Ubaldo Fillol; Jorge Olguin, Luis Galvan, Daniel Passarella (C), Alberto Tarantini; Osvaldo Ardiles(1m ST Ricardo Villa), Américo Gallego, Leopoldo Luque, Oscar Ortiz (15m ST Norberto Alonso); Mario Kempes and Daniel Bertoni. DT: Cesar Luis Menotti.
  Brazil:  Leão (c); Toninho, Oscar, Amaral, Rodriguez Neto (34m ST Edinho); Batista, Chicao, Dirceu; Mendonca (22m ST Zico), Gil and Roberto. DT: Claudio Coutinho. Referee:  Károly Palotai (Hungary). Spectators:  46000.

 


 

  Argentina 1 – Brazil 3 Friday, July 2, 1982 - Barcelona, ​​Sarria Stadium Argentina:  Ubaldo Fillol; Jorge Olguin, Luis Galvan, Daniel Passarella (C), Albert Tarantini; Juan Barbas, Osvaldo Ardiles, Diego Maradona, Daniel Bertoni (19m ST); Gabriel Calderon and Mario Kempes (1m ST Ramon Diaz). Technical director: Cesar Luis Menotti. Brazil:  Valdir Perez; Leandro (27m ST Edevaldo), Oscar, Luizinho, Junior; Cherry, Zico (28m ST Batista), Falção, Serginho, Socrates (C) and Eder. DT: Tele Santana.
  Goal in the first half:  11m Zico (B). Goals in the second half:   21m Serginho (B), 30m Junior (B) and 44m Ramón Díaz (A). Referee  Mario Lamberto Rubio (Mexico) Spectators:  44,000

 

Argentina 1 – Brazil 0

 Sunday, June 24, 1990 - Turin, Stadio delle Alpi  Argentina: Sergio Goycoechea; John Simon, Oscar Ruggeri, Peter Monsoon, Julius Olarticoechea; Ricardo Giusti, Pedro Troglio (16m ST Gabriel Calderon), Claudio Caniggia ; Jose Basualdo, Jorge Burruchaga and Diego Maradona (C). DT: Charles Billiards. Brazil:  Taffarel; Mauro Galvao (38m ST Renato), Ricardo Gomes (c), Ricardo Rocha, Jorginho; Valdo, Dunga, German (38m ST Silas), White - Careca and Müller. DT: Sebastian Lazaroni. Goal in the second half:  36m Claudio Caniggia (A). Referee:  Joël Quiniou (France) Spectators:  61000

Argentina – Republic of Korea:  two games in total, with 2 wins.

Argentina 3 – Korea Republic 1

Monday June 2, 1986 – 1st Round, Group A

Argentina: Nery Pumpido, Jose Brown, Nestor Clausen, Oscar Garre, Oscar Ruggeri, Sergio Batista, Jorge Burruchaga, Diego Maradona (C), Ricardo Giusti, Jorge Valdano, Pedro Pasculli. DT: Carlos Bilardo

República de Corea: Yun Kyo Oh, Kyung Hoon Park, Yong Hwan Chung, Pyung Seok Kim, Min Kook Cho, Soon Ho Choi, Jung Moo Huh
Chang Sun Park (C), Bum Kun Cha, Joo Sung Kim, Young Se Kim. DT: Jung Nam Kim

Goals: Jorge Valdano 6′ PT (A); Oscar Ruggeri 18′ PT (A); Jorge Valdano 1′ ST (A); Chang Sun Park 28′ ST (C).

Argentina 4 – Korea Republic 1

Thursday June 17, 2010 – 1st Round, Group B

Argentina: Sergio Romero, Martin Demichelis, Gabriel Heinze, Walter Samuel, Angel Di Maria, Javier Mascherano (C), Jonas Gutierrez, Maxi Rodriguez, Gonzalo Higuain, Lionel Messi, Carlos Tevez. DT: Diego Maradona

República de Korea: Sung Ryong Jung, Beom Seok Oh, Yong Hyung Cho, DYoung Pyo Lee, Jung Soo Lee, Ji Sung Park (C), Jung Woo Kim, Sung-yueng Ki, Chung-yong Lee, Ki Hun Yeom, Chu Young Park. DT: Jung Moo Huh

Goals: Chu Yong Park -e / c- 17 ‘PT (A); Gonzalo Higuaín 33 ‘PT (A); Chung-yong Lee 45 ‘PT (C); Gonzalo Higuaín 31 ‘ST (A); Gonzalo Higuaín 35 ‘ST (A).

Argentina – Japan :  one match, with one win.

Argentina 1 – Japan 0

Sunday June 14, 1998 – 1st Round, Group H

Argentina: Carlos Roa, Roberto Ayala, Roberto Sensini, Nelson Vivas, Javier Zanetti, Matthias Almeida, Diego Simeone, Sebastian Veron, Claudio Lopez, Gabriel Batistuta and Ariel Ortega. DT: Daniel Catwalk.

Japón: Kawaguchi, Narahashi, Soma, Ihara, Akita, Nakanishi, Yamaguchi, Nakata, Nanami, Nakayama y Jo. DT: Takeshi Okada.

Goal: Gabriel Batistuta 28′ PT (A).

Argentina – Saudi Arabia : they do not record matches played against each other.

Argentina – Uruguay

Two games in total, with one win and one loss.

Argentina 2 – Uruguay 4

July 30, 1930 – Final – Centenario Stadium, Montevideo

Argentina: Francisco Varallo, Jose Della Torre, Juan Evaristo, Carlos Peucelle, Juan Botasso, William Stable, Mario Evaristo, Pedro Arico Suarez, Manuel Ferreira, Fernando Paternoster and Luis Monti

Uruguay: Jose Leandro Andrade, Victoriano Santos Iriarte, Enrique Crossbowmen, Alvaro Gestido, Pablo Doardo, Jose Pedro Cea Urriza, Jose Nasazzi, Lorenzo Fernandez, Hector Scarone, Hector Castro and Ernesto Mascheroni.

Goals: Pablo Dorado 12′ (U), Carlos Peucelle 20′ (A), Guillermo Stábile 37′ (A), José Pedro Cea Urriza 57′ (U), Victoriano Santos Iriarte 68′ (U) and Héctor Castro 89′ ( OR).

 

Argentina 1 – Uruguay 0

June 16, 1986 – Quarterfinals – Cuauhtémoc Stadium

Argentina: Nery Pumpido, Oscar Ruggeri, Jose Luis Cuciuffo, Ricardo Giusti, Sergio Batista, Jorge Burruchaga, Pedro Pasculli, Oscar Garre, Jose Luis Brown, Diego Maradona, Jorge Valdano.

Uruguay: Eliseo Rivero, Fernando Álvez, Jorge Barrios, Alfonso Darío Pereyra Bueno, Wilmar Cabrera, Enzo Francescoli, Venancio Ramos, Miguel Bossio, Eduardo Mario Acevedo, Nelson Gutiérrez and Sergio Santín.

Goal: Pedro Pasculli 42 ‘(A).

Argentina-Ghana:  they do not record matches played against each other.

 

Argentina–Poland

Two games in total, with one win and one loss.

 

Argentina 2 – Poland 3

June 15, 1974 – Group stage

Argentina: Daniel Carnevali, Angel Bargas (25m ST Roberto Telch), Ramon HerediaGol, Roberto Perfumo (C), Francisco Sa, Enrique Wolff, Miguel Brindisi (1m ST Rene Houseman), Ruben Ayala, Carlos Babington and Agustín Balbuena. Technical director: Vladislao Cap.

Polonia: Jan Tomaszewski, Antoni Szymanowski, Jerzy Gorgon, Wladyslaw Zmuda, Adam Musial, Kazimierz Deyna (C), Henryk Kasperczak, Zygmunt Maszczyk, Grzegorz Lato, Andrzej Szarmach (25m ST Jan Domarski) and Robert Gadocha (40m ST Leslaw Cmikiewicz). Director técnico: Kazimierz Gorski.

Goals: 7m PT Grzegorz Lato (P), 8m PT Andrzej Szarmach (P), 15m ST Ramon Heredia (A), 17m ST Grzegorz Lato and 21m ST Carlos Babington (A). 

 

 

Argentina 2 – Poland 0

Wednesday June 14, 1978 – Second Round

Argentina Ubaldo Fillo, Luis Galvan, Jorge Olguín, Daniel Passarella (C), Alberto Tarantini, Osvaldo Ardiles, Américo Gallego, René Houseman (38m ST Oscar Ortiz), José Valencia (1m ST Ricardo Villa), Daniel Bertoni and Mario Kempes. Technical director: Cesar Luis Menotti.

Polonía: Jan Tomaszewski, Henryk Maculewicz, Antoni Szymanowski, Wladyslaw Zmuda, Adam Nawalka, Henryk Kasperczak, Bohdan Masztaler (19m ST Wlodzimierz Mazur), Kazimierz Deyna (C), Grzegorz Lato y Andrzej Szarmach. Director técnico: Jacek Gmoch.

Goles: 16m PT y 26m ST Mario Kempes (A).

 

Argentina-Senegal:  they do not record matches played against each other.

 

Argentina-Portugal:  they do not record matches played against each other.

 

Argentina-Tunisia:  they do not record matches played against each other.

 

Argentina–Cameroon

One game in total, with one loss.

Argentina 0 – Cameroon 1

June 8, 1990 – Group stage

Argentina: Nery Pumpido, Nestor Fabbri, Nestor Lorenzo, Roberto Sensini (24m ST Gabriel Calderon), Oscar Rugeri (1m ST Claudio Caniggia), Juan Simon, Sergio Batista, Jose Basualdo, Jorge Burruchaga, Diego Maradona and Abel Balbo. Technical director: Carlos Bilardo.

Cameroon: Thomas Nkono, Benjamin Massing, Bertin Ebwelle, Emmanuel Kunde, Stephen Tataw (C), Victor Ndip, Andrew Kana-Biyik, Emile Mbouh, Louis Mfede (21m ST Thomas Libiih), Francois Omam-Biyikgol and Cyrille Makanaky (36m ST). Roger Mill). Technical director: Valerie Nepomnyashchi.

Gol: 22m ST Francois Omam-Biyik (C).

 

Argentina-Morocco:  they do not record matches played against each other.
Argentina- United States

One match in total, with one win.

Argentina 6- United States 1

Saturday July 26, 1930- Semifinal- Centenario Stadium, Montevideo, Uruguay 

Argentina: Juan Botasso; Jose Della Torre, Rodolfo Orlandini, Ferdinand Paternoster; John Evaristo, Louis Monti; Mario Evaristo, Manuel Ferreira (C), Carlos Peucelle, Alexander Scopelli, William Stabile. Technical director: John Tramutola. 

Estados Unidos: Jimmy Douglas; George Moorhouse, Ralph Tracey,  Alexander Wood; Jimmy Gallagher; Andrew Auld, Jim Brown, Tom Florie (C), Billy Gonsalves, Bart Mcghee, Bert Patenaude. Director técnico:  Bob Millar.

Goals in the first half:  Luis Monti  20m (A).

Goles en el segundo tiempo:  Alejandro Scopelli 11m ST (A), Guillermo Stabile 24m ST y 42m ST (A), Carlos Peucelle 35m ST y 40m ST (A); Jim Brown 44m ST (E).

Referee : Jean Langenus (Belgium)

Viewers: 72,886 viewers

 

Argentina- Mexico

Three games in total, with three wins

Argentina 6- Mexico 3

Saturday July 19, 1930- First round (Group 1)- Centenario Stadium, Montevideo, Uruguay

Argentina: Angel Bossio (C), Alberto Chividini, Jose Della Torre, Rodolfo Orlandini, Fernando Paternoster, Adolph Zumelzu; Atilio Demaria, Charles Peucelle, Charles Spadaro, William Stabile, Francisco Varallo. Technical director: John Tramutola

Mexico: Oscar Bonfiglio; Francisco Heron Gutierrez, Raphael Heron Gutierrez (C), Manuel Roses; Raimundo Rodriguez, Philip Rose, Alfredo Sanchez; John Carreno, Robert Gayon, Hillary Lopez, Philip Olivare. Technical director: John Luque.

Goals in the first half: Guillermo Stabile 8m and 17m (A), Adolfo Zumelzu 12m (A), Manuel Rosas 42m, penalty (M)

Goals in the second half: Francisco Varallo 8m (A), Adolfo Zumelzu 10m (A), Manuel Rosas 20m (M), Roberto Gayon 30m (M), Guillermo Stabile 40m (A)

Referee: Ulises Saucedo (Bolivia)

Spectators: 5000

 

Argentina 2- Mexico 1

Saturday June 24, 2006- Round of 16- Red Bull Arena, Leipzig, Germany

Argentina: Roberto Abbondanzieri; Robert Ayala, John Sorin (C), Gabriel Heinze, Lionel Scaloni; Stephen Cambiasso (Paul Aimar 31m ST), Javier Mascherano, Juan Roman. Riquelme, Maximilian Rodriguez; Javier Saviola (39m ST), Hernan Crespo (Carlos Tevez 30m ST). Technical director: Joseph Pekerman.

Mexico:  Oswaldo Sánchez; Carlos Salcido, Rafael Márquez (C), Ricardo Osorio, José Castro, Mario Méndez, Andres Guardado (Gonzalo Pineda 21m ST); Pavel Pardo (Gerardo Torrado 38m); Jared Borgetti, Ramon Morales (Antonio Naelson Matias 29m ST), Jose Fonseca. Technical director: Ricardo La Volpe.

Goals in the first half:  Rafael Márquez 6m (M)

Goals in the second half:  Hernán Crespo 10m (A), Maximiliano Rodríguez 53m (A)

Referee:  Massimo Busacca (Suiza)

Spectators:  43,000

 

 

Argentina 3- Mexico 1

Sunday June 27, 2010

Soccer City Stadium- Round of 16- Johannesburg, South Africa

Argentina: Sergio Rosemary; Martin Demichelis, Nicholas Burdisso, Gabriel Heinze, Nicholas Otamendi; Angel Di Maria (Jonas Gutierrez 34m ST), Javier Mascherano (C), Maximiliano Rodriguez /(Javier Pastore 42m ST); Gonzalo Higuain, Lionel Messi, Carlos Tevez (Juan Veron 24m ST). Technical director: Diego Maradona

Mexico:  Oscar Perez; Francisco Rodríguez, Carlos Salcido, Rafael Márquez (C), Ricardo Osorio, Efrain Juarez; Gerardo Torrado, Andres Guardado (Guillermo Franco 16 m ST); Javier Hernandez, Giovani dos Santos, Adolfo Bautista (Pablo Barrera 1m ST). Coach: Javier Aguirre.  

Goals in the first half: Carlos Tévez 26m (A), Gonzalo Higuaín 33m (A)

Goals in the second half: Javier Hernández 25m (M)

Referee: Roberto Rosetti (Italy) 

Spectators:  84,377 

 

 

Argentina – Canada

There is no history of this confrontation.

 

Argentina–Qatar

There is no history of this confrontation.

 

Argentina–Denmark

There is no history of this confrontation.

 

 

Argentina–Wales

There is no history of this confrontation.

 

Argentina–Iran

They only met once, with victory for Argentina.

Argentina 1 – Iran 0

June 21, 1914 – Group Stage – Estadio Mineirao, Brazil

Argentina : Sergio Rosemary; Pablo Zabaleta, Federico Fernandez, Marcos Rojo, Ezequiel Garay, Javier Mascherano, Fernando Gago, Angel Di Maria (49m ST Lucas Biglia), Gonzalo Higuain (32m ST Rodrigo Palacio), Sergio Aguero (32m ST Ezequiel Lavezzi) and Lionel Messi (C ). Technical director: Alexander Sabella.

Irán: Aliresa Haghighi; Hosseini, Sadeki, Montaseri, Puladi; Timotian, Nekunam; Dejagah (40m ST Jahan Bachsch), Schojaei (32m ST Heidari), Haji Safi (42m ST Resa Haghighi); Ghoochannejhad.

Goal in the second half : 46m Lionel Messi (A).

Building:  Milorad Mazic (Serbia) 

 

 

 


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