Argentina 5-0 Estonia:
Lionel Messi scored 5 goals in 33 games with a 5-0 win over Estonia on Sunday, scoring all five goals from Argentina.
Coach Lionel Scaloni’s side set a new unbeaten record with a 3-0 win over Italy on Wednesday. He does not seem to have missed out on competing with Estonia, the longest-running limited edition team in international football.
Messi escaped the penalty spot and doubled his goal in the second half with a surprise decision.
Argentine Cruise is from Spain. After the win at the Estadio El Sadar in Pamplona, he scored three goals early in the second half before adding another in the final 20 minutes.
Argentina wasted no time in shaping their authority during the match, when Messi was knocked out by Estonia goalkeeper Matvei Igonen in the eighth minute.
In the 45th minute, Messi scored his second goal from PSG striker Alejandro Gomez, surprisingly scoring 10 yards out.
Two minutes later, the Argentine captain and Leicester scored a hat-trick, with Nahuel Molina, the home steering wheel, crossing from 10 yards out.
Julian Alvarez and Rodrigo DePaul opened the scoring for La Albiceleste, and in the 71st minute, Messi took advantage of the uncertainty in the Estonian defense to cross the line for the fourth time with a fourth goal.
Five minutes later, after a fierce battle in the penalty area, they took the lead from 12 yards out and sealed the match with a stunning 5-0 individual performance.
Portugal 4-0 Switzerland:
Cristiano Ronaldo remembers his prowess for Portugal in the 4-0 win over Switzerland in the National League.
The veteran striker and captain rested on the bench for their opening game against Spain on Thursday, drawing 1-1 for half an hour.
However, the Manchester United star sent his essential message when he returned to coach Fernando Santos after the hosts’ opening game at the Estadio Jose Alvalade.
Murat Yakin For Swiss guests, The second defeat of the National League in many games after the last loss to the Czech Republic was a difficult one.
It’s going to be very different when Haris Seferovic, after a lively start in Lisbon, pushes a bad start for homeowners from close range in a crowded box.
However, the Portuguese was shut down when the VAR intervened when Fabian Schar violated the handball from Xherdan Shaqiri’s corner.
After that fear, Santos were rewarded with a quarter-hour mark when William Carvalho returned home after pushing Ronaldo’s free-kick.
From there, Ronaldo revealed his gene for a series of straight goals, and Diogo Jota’s cross in the 35th minute doubled his lead, and four minutes later he tapped himself in and added a second.
The captain almost scored a hat-trick before the start of the match, and despite his wide range of goals and goals, he remained a powerful figure in stabilizing Portugal.
The visitors responded by saying that they had scored three goals on a bridge too far for Switzerland. In the 68th minute, Joao Cancelo scored the equalizer, but the home side were held to a goalless draw by Switzerland.