Tata Martino accused of selling the game after celebrating Lionel Messi's goal during Mexico vs Argentina football match at 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, November 26, 2022

Tata Martino accused of selling the game after celebrating Lionel Messi's goal during Mexico vs Argentina football match at 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Tata Martino accused of selling the game after celebrating Lionel Messi's goal during Mexico vs Argentina football match at 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Gerardo Tata Martino is currently focused on helping the Mexico perform well at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After the draw against Poland, La Tri will have a lot to play for in a difficult match against Argentina, who are in dire need of a win.

However, despite the fact that they have not had a bad start in Qatar so far, Tata's style of coaching has always been questioned in Mexico, especially since the crisis in 2020.

It all stems from losing two consecutive finals against the USMNT in 2021 in the CONCACAF Nations League and the Gold Cup, something that Mexico's fans has neither forgiven nor forgotten.

Tata's close circle does not seem to understand the many attacks on the Argentine. TUDN has contacted people close to the coach to get their opinion and the answers will not sit well with Mexicans.

"He was attacked very unfairly. Too much," TUDN say his close family and friends responded.

"What would you do in my place? I know where I was born, I'll tell you the year, the name of the hospital, the city's area code," Martino told a prematch news conference on Friday. "But I have to do everything possible for Mexico to win."

While Mexico are heading into Saturday's match at Lusail Stadium with a point after a 0-0 draw with Poland, Argentina will be desperate to bounce back after a shocking 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia in their World Cup opener.

Another loss for Argentina would mean a stunning early exit from the tournament for a team considered as one of the favourites to win the trophy.

It would also mean another edition of the World Cup failure for Messi, who has said that he is playing in his last tournament.

Martino was skeptical that he could do much to halt the efforts of the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner.

"Stopping him, it happens more often because he's having a bad afternoon than what we can do," Martino said. "The best footballer in the last 15 years, at least."

Before Mexico face Argentina on Saturday, fellow Group C members Poland and Saudi Arabia will take the field at Education City Stadium earlier in the day.

After the weekend games, Mexico will close out their group stage run against Saudi Arabia at Lusail Stadium on Wednesday, while Argentina will face Poland at Stadium 974, also Wednesday.

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