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Present at the Finalissima: Argentine players dedicate a song to Maradona in the heart of Wembley | VIDEO

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Argentina beat by landslide Italy this Wednesday at Finalissima 2022, which was played between the current champions of South America and Europe. The ‘Albiceleste’ was a machine and its players celebrated in a big way after being crowned at Wembley, where a song dedicated to Diego Armando Maradona interpreted by those directed by Lionel Scaloni.

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Once the victory was complete, the Argentine players celebrated in the center of the field and did not forget ‘Pelusa’, whom they honored with their voices. “And we can see Diego in the sky”, they repeated jumping on English soil, at the end of a day to remember.

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The ‘Scaloneta’ did it: Argentina, who beat Italy 3-0 in the Finalissima this Wednesday in London, thus chained a 32nd game in a row without losing and set a new record for the history of the albiceleste team.

In March, at the close of the World Cup qualifiers, Argentina tied 1-1 with Ecuador and, with their 31st straight game without defeat, equaled the team’s record, achieved by the national team between February 1991 and August 1993, with Alfio Basile then at the controls.

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The success of Wembley allows the team to establish a new record, which could continue to be extended on Sunday in Pamplona, ​​in a friendly duel against Estonia.

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In their 32 games without losing, Argentina has achieved 21 wins and 11 draws. Argentina’s last defeat occurred in the semifinals of the 2019 Copa América, losing 2-0 to Brazil at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte.

Source: Elcomercio

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