Messi skips World Cup training camp as Argentina hit by injuries | Qatar World Cup 2022

Argentinian footballers Joaquin Correa and Nicolas Gonzalez were sent home with injuries ahead of the team’s debut.

Argentine superstar striker Lionel Messi and six other players were significantly absent from Argentina’s training camp at Qatar University.

On Friday, two days after Argentine footballers Joaquin Correa and Nicolas Gonzalez were sent home with injuries, the head coach Lionel Scaloni doesn’t seem to take any chances with additional losses and is picking up star players as a precaution ahead of the day World Cup opening.

Captain Messi and four other players of the Argentina national team, including midfielders Rodrigo De Paul and Leandro Paredes, defender Nicolas Otamendi and striker Angel di Maria, trained separately with the rest of the team and stayed in the gym. gymnastics on Friday, according to the Argentine Football Association. (ONE FA).

Two other Argentine defenders, Lisandro Martinez and Juan Foyth, also dropped out of training camp on Friday. The team did not specify the exact reason behind the move, however, such injury prevention techniques are common practice.

La Albiceleste is heading to the 2022 World Cup after a 35-match winning streak.

Argentina are scheduled to face Saudi Arabia on November 22. They also face Mexico on November 26 and Poland on November 30.

“Will Leo Messi bring the ball home with the #FIFAWorldCup?” Messi mused in a tweet on Friday.

Teammate Otamendi also tweeted a series of photos from the team’s Doha practice sessions, captioning the November 18 post “we go on”.

He used the hashtag # #Qatar2022 in another photo parcel showing an exercise session of the Argentina team.

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